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How To: Replace a Fuel Filter

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Uploaded on Nov 4, 2010

A car's fuel filter is an integral part of its fuel system. As the name suggests, the fuel filter "filters" any dirt and debris that may come from the gas tank. An old fuel filter can be the cause of decreased gas mileage, decreased performance, and fuel injectors failing.

Like most of my How-to videos, this is done on my 1993 Nissan 240sx. However, the same principle can be applied to a multitude of cars.

*Try this only if you feel confident! I'm not rich enough to be responsible for any damage you cause to your car.*

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