- 1). Relieve the fuel system pressure by removing the fuel pump relay from the Power Distribution Center. Start the engine and allow it to run until it stalls. Try to start it again and let it run until it stalls. Repeat this procedure until the engine will no longer start. Turn the ignition off.
- 2). Disconnect the negative battery cable. Then, disconnect the fuel tank and pull the filter out of the rubber grommet. Cut the hose clamp to remove the fuel line.
- 3). Take the new fuel filter and push it into the rubber grommet, so it's positioned like the filter you removed. Attach the new filter with a new clamp.
- 4). Put the fuel tank back in place. Reconnect the negative battery cable. Then, start the engine of your Dodge Durango and check for leaks.
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