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I was unaware of the location of fuel filter, after dealing with low fuel pressure ( 20-23psi) and erratic stalling, ended up replacing the fuel pump module, which resulted in correction of low pressure and stalling. On dis assembling the fuel pump module came across the fuel filter which is integrated withing the module plastic housing. The fuel pump itself was fine and the filter completely clogged. The Van is 2002 and has 152000 miles on it. The filter is separate item from the fuel pump sock. The filter is not available separately hence need to replace the fuel pump module.
 

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...The filter is not available separately hence need to replace the fuel pump module.
Did not know that it is not a replaceable item. Bummer. How much was the entire module?

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The module costs $196 from online Bernardiparts.com plus shipping, vs list of 295 from dealer parts dept.
 

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...$196 from...
Still, at about $100 less than the dealer, that's a big OUCH.

Glad you did get it all back shipshape.

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Just curious, I have some of the same symptoms. Where exactly is the fuel filter/pump module assembly located on the van?
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In the tank. Haynes manual says, "Remove the second-row seats, then remove the carpet from the area underneath. Remove the fuel pump access cover screws and remove the fuel pump access cover."
 
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