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Old 07-11-2023, 08:55 PM #16
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a couple of years of progressively getting worse to where I could barely "throttle" the gas pump and took forever to fill up! I finally replaced it yesterday. And thank you for this post as it helped me realize how easy it could possibly be to remedy, and bingo, it was a clogged charcoal filter. I was worried I'd have to drop the tank or something.

If you ever need to do this it's a pretty cheap part. See P/N in the original post. Also, it might not hurt to get the top piece as the tabs can easily break. All you need to do is remove the mudflap and plastic cover behind the driver's wheel(I didn't even need to remove the wheel), remove the bracket for the three lines, and also the bracket directly above the axle so you can move the filler tube back to remove the old filter and install the new one. No need to mess with the rubber liner inside the filler door, but you may want to remove the gas cap if it helps.

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Old vs New

Bracket(not in pic) removed from mounting bolt, also not pictured is another bracket closer to tank and above axle that made moving the tubes around a bit easier.

Pic of filler tube with filter assembly removed. Cleaned it up real nice up there! The dangling tube is the one that goes into the filter.

Super dirty around outside of the two filter halves

Breaking the old one apart... PACKED with a few years of trail dust!



I was SO EXCITED to go fill up, lol! And SOOOO relieved that THIS was the fix!!!
And @Jeremy556 Iím having the same fuel fill issue with p0441. Iíd like to replace the filter before the whole charcoal canister. Was it a pretty easy replacement? Anything I should know before I get into it?
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Wasn't too bad at all. Just got to watch for dirt falling in your face. Got to remove the wheel well liner, mud flap as far as I can remember.
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Wasn't too bad at all. Just got to watch for dirt falling in your face. Got to remove the wheel well liner, mud flap as far as I can remember.
Thanks for the quick reply. In your photo, you mention the ďdangling lineĒ is what plugs into the filter. Does the filler also plug into the filter, or does it just surround the filler with the smaller diameter the only like into the filter? Kind of hard to see how it all goes together.

Also, can you confirm this is the same part?

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And @Jeremy556 Iím having the same fuel fill issue with p0441. Iíd like to replace the filter before the whole charcoal canister. Was it a pretty easy replacement? Anything I should know before I get into it?
Damnit I just realized this is the 5th gen forum. I have a 3rd gen.
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That's it!

The dangled line plugs into the new part(have to remove a plug from new part) and then the two halves snap around the main fill line, just make sure it's pushed up toward the filler neck as much as possible but still have the inserted line not come loose. Oh that reminds me there are a couple line brackets that you have to remove in order to get the lines to come apart enough to pull the insert out. You'll see as you get in there as there's no way to remove the line unless you remove those two brackets.
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