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Make sure you use a AC Delco filter

IIRC, you squeeze the tabs and pull gently at each end and the lines come off nice and easy, reverse procedure is a push until you hear a solid click. Make sure you de-preSSurize the feed line. Then loosen gas cap.

Now you can remove the filter without getting a gas bath.

Oh yeah, I think the bolt for the bracket to body is a 10mm.

Take your time and it should not take more than 15 minutes.

AC Delco filter: http://www.rmsautoparts.com/proddetail.php?prod=GF624K&cat=48
 

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IIRC, you squeeze the tabs and pull gently at each end and the lines come off nice and easy, reverse procedure is a push until you hear a solid click. Make sure you de-preSSurize the feed line. Then loosen gas cap.

Now you can remove the filter without getting a gas bath.

Oh yeah, I think the bolt for the bracket to body is a 10mm.

Take your time and it should not take more than 15 minutes.

AC Delco filter: http://www.rmsautoparts.com/proddetail.php?prod=GF624K&cat=48
This is correct. Some will say a disconnect tool is needed, but not necessary for the filter.
 

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As mentioned above, the head of the bolt is 10mm. The threads are just "sheet metal" type threads that thread into a hole in the frame. Just get a bolt that will thread into the hole with Coarse threads....preferably Stainless.
 
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