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Old October 19th, 2008, 08:15
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Re: Replacing the Fuel Filter (Renix Era)

Nice write up! I would also add that with the age on the inlet hose I would replace it. Its important to make sure you use fuel injection rated fuel hose and fuel injection hose clamps (yes they are better than worm clamps!) Regular fuel hose will burst with the pressure from the pump. I seldom clamp-off the hose, if you relieve pressure at the rail, only a little bit of fuel will drain out.

Note the inlet hose is a larger diameter than the outlet hose, the inlet is 3/8"i.d. and the outlet is 5/16"i.d.
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