How To Fuel filter change

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  1. cobalt123

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    thanks
     
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    Clamps

    Okay, this is going to sound stupid, but how do u get the teal and blue clamps off?!!??!!? I've pressed both sides, I've tried to pry the blue part off... Nothing has worked, any ideas??? I've never done this before, the car has 101,000 on it, and is desperately in need of a filter change!
     
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    im assuming your talking on the filter itself. so the double hose side should come off easily pressing both button down and pulling off. the other single side of the filter you need the quick disconnect tool
     
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    Thanks! Does this apply to 2010 Chevy Cobalt LT's too? (non turbo).
     
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    Should be the same procedure.
     

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