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    Little Tune up

    Well my buddy just got a tuneup on his V6 camaro and it made me kinda wanna renew the Trans Am a bit.

    So anyways a tuneup basically changes spark plugs , fuel filter, air filter and pcv filter right. Well I changed my spark plugs myself last year and the air filter is a K&N .

    So that leaves the fuel filter and the pcv filter.

    So what I was wondering is how hard is it to change this stuff and if u have any recomendations as to what filters I should put in.

    Any other comments are usefull too , thanks guys.

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    Fuel and pcv valve are both cake...pcv valve is on the passenger side of the throttle body. It's inside of a hose that is small, then gets really fat...well it's in the fat part Just pull it out and put a new one in... wahhlaaa. Fuel filter is on the driver side, under the car and on the frame about a foot infront of the rear tire. You'll see a rubber hose on one and and a metal fuel line on the other. Take it out, put new one in...waaaalahhh again

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    Yea I have seen complicated guides to changing the fuel filter, I was having my car aligned and while it was up on the lift I just told em to change it and he proceded to just pull it out, let a little gas fall, and put the new on in. I would suggest being careful with the gas lol

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    THe fuel filter is super easy to do... install university has a good write up with pictures.. Ive changed mine twice and its real simple.. I would suggest doing it yourself.... Heres the link.. good luck.... http://www.installuniversity.com/ins...sity/index.htm

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