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Fuel filter
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Replaced the fuel filter yesterday.
Fairly straight-forward job for the DIY mechanic.
Should have done a tutorial (with photos) for the Forum. But forgot.Confusedillyme:
Basically remove all the air filter system from intake to turbo, makes access a lot easier. Remove fuel pipes and electrical connections. That's pretty much it.
Replacement is opposite of removal.
Remember to prime the filter when complete.
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