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fuel filter
hi ive just had my cambelt,water pump and aux belt replaced also had a oil and filter change. so thats a worry of my mind. although it had full service history there was nothing about the cam belt. today i brought a feul filter as i forgot to get one.thought it best to replace it as ive had her over a year. im going to fit it could you tell me the best way to tackle it as ive heard they can be a bit of a problem. many thanks.

its a 2004 2.0 hdi.
done the fuel filter today i used a oil filter removing was very tight but moved in the end.took around 10 minutes to do. they did supply the wrong filter at first,the differance is....if your filter has a large plastic nut on the top,the filter has a shape molded on the top....if you have no nut but a outer screw ring then the filter is flat at the top and the bottom.this might save someone a bit of running around. cheers

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