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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2001
    Sydney, Australia

    fuel filters

    always been taught by many different pug mechanics, always buy OEM or genuine parts when it comes to filters. Fuel, Oil, Air. The few extra dollars could save you. I cracked a piston in my pug, and was asked if i was using non genuine oil filter. I said no but i was, they said, oh if you were that could be a contributing factor. so now, I only use genuine everything


  2. #2
    Fellow Frogger!
    Join Date
    Sep 2001
    shit man that's bad luck... thanks for the tip!

  3. #3
    Fellow Frogger!
    Join Date
    Feb 2001
    i went and bought to genuine pruflux today(fuel filter). Anyways, another tip, don't change the fuel filter soon after you've driven the car. I guess theres some pressure that builds in the hoses and when you take the filter off, it's got to go somewhere. All over my shirt, my shorts, some on my face even. It's just not my day! if you've read the tyre thread, you'll know about my buckled wheel and damn aircon button

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    1000+ Posts alan moore's Avatar
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    Oct 2001
    Ipswich, Queensland.
    If everything in your injection system is in good order,there should be around 40 PSI at the filter even after a week of being idle. This proves that the one-way valve in the pump, injectors, and pressure regulator are not leaking. Alan
    '56 Renault 750 (16TS Power)
    '62 Renault Dauphine Gordini
    '89 Renault Alpine GTA V6 Turbo
    02 and 03 Renault Clios 1.4L
    '13 Renault Megane RS265 Trophee +

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