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Fuel Filter - To Change Or Not To Change....that Is The Question?

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35000 miles, 5 and half years old T180 :)

Is this item on any service schedules?? :o

Many thanks - hope it's stopped raining where you are!! :D

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according to my 'service and warranty' fuel filter-d4d engines- every 6 year,40,000, but I change mine every service interval (10,000) along with air,oil filter,oil

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a gold rule is to change all filters at the same time of car service = this safes your nerves :)

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35000 miles, 5 and half years old T180 :)

Is this item on any service schedules?? :o

Many thanks - hope it's stopped raining where you are!! :D

Apart from the crud in the fuel itself, think of the condensation them two snowy winters will have caused = water in the filter = waxing when it freezes = fuel starvation, so breaky downy time......change the filter mucker. Been the most gorgeous sunny day here in That Glesga = frost tonight but though......

Big Kev

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Thanks for everyone's input ;) Checking the next service schedule, it looks like its included, so will sort that one!! :D

Says 6degs here ... but with that wind??? :o

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Yep, get rid of that filter before it causes problems.

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