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There are 2 filters part of the factory style pump assembly, that include a filter sock at the fuel suction and a internal filter inside the actual pump. No additional filters are required beyond that.
Thank you but I guess I should be been more clear on my question.
Does the new Delphi fuel pumps have an external filter? I see in one of the descriptions that they say it has an internal strainer but don’t see anything like about an external filter.
This is exactly what I got in my box and when I search for a sock filter for the part number, nothing comes up which makes me wonder if it is required. I’ve only replaced two fuel pumps in my life, neither of which on the Jeep, and both had external filters.
Please let me know how it goes as I'm going to do the same job as soon as my tank gets near empty. Watched a couple of videos so understand the basics of what's going to happen but looking around under there it looks like my 06LJ has some different types of fuel line connectors...blue and green ones. Not like the ones the guys in the 04 , 05, etc videos are dealing with. Good luck. Hope it goes well
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Thor...thanks for the recap. Snapping off bolts is a PIA. Glad you were able to get it done. I was thinking the same thing about disconnecting the tank fill line from the tank rather than taking it all apart up at the cap end. Not sure why everyone seems to do it that way unless it's really bonded to tank even after removing the clamp. I'll probably give it a try. Other interesting challenge looks to be disconnecting evap stuff on the passenger side.