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Hi,

Has anyone changed a fuel filter on a D-4D? I could do with a bit of advise on it please! :ffs:

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Hi,

Has anyone changed a fuel filter on a D-4D? I could do with a bit of advise on it please! :ffs:

Hi, I've changed it on our Hilux. I just filled the new filter with clean fuel and swapped them over.

It started first turn of the key so I left it running to purge any air. Quite easy really but it is easy to get to on the Hilux.

Not looked at the location of the filter in the Avensis yet, only had it a week.

Good luck

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Hi,

Has anyone changed a fuel filter on a D-4D? I could do with a bit of advise on it please! :ffs:

hello

1. to be drained diesel from filter housing;

2. to be unscrewed upper lid having held housing;

3. to be removed housing with filter insert;

4. to be cleanned both upper lid and housing inside;

5. to be installed new O-rings;

6. to be insert new filter insert;

7. to be assembled filter having paid max attention on the joining with O-rings (to prevent their damage);

8. to be tighted central tie bolt;

9. to be unscrewed air escape screw/bolt located on the upper lid;

10. to be manually pumped the booster pump unless a pure duesel appeared from an air escape screw;

11. to be screw in (tight) air escape screw;

12. to be cleanned diesel remainders;

13. to be cranked/started engine;

14. to be manually reved up the engine to remove minor air from the injection circuit.

15. to be drunk a beer after have been satisfied :thumbsup:

cheers/Igor

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Hi,

Has anyone changed a fuel filter on a D-4D? I could do with a bit of advise on it please! :ffs:

hello

1. to be drained diesel from filter housing;

2. to be unscrewed upper lid having held housing;

3. to be removed housing with filter insert;

4. to be cleanned both upper lid and housing inside;

5. to be installed new O-rings;

6. to be insert new filter insert;

7. to be assembled filter having paid max attention on the joining with O-rings (to prevent their damage);

8. to be tighted central tie bolt;

9. to be unscrewed air escape screw/bolt located on the upper lid;

10. to be manually pumped the booster pump unless a pure duesel appeared from an air escape screw;

11. to be screw in (tight) air escape screw;

12. to be cleanned diesel remainders;

13. to be cranked/started engine;

14. to be manually reved up the engine to remove minor air from the injection circuit.

15. to be drunk a beer after have been satisfied :thumbsup:

cheers/Igor

Cheers Igor :toast: Happy days... I'll give it a go on Sunday :beer:

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