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Thread: How to do; Outside fuel filter

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    i can't remember why Steptoe moved his back but i couldn't find at the time any fuel pipe that wouldn't crack and split on the bend of the pipe which was being exposed to the elements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shapeshifter View Post
    i can't remember why Steptoe moved his back but i couldn't find at the time any fuel pipe that wouldn't crack and split on the bend of the pipe which was being exposed to the elements.
    My fuel pump has been much noisier since the filter has been outside.

    Not sure if it's a sign that it's packing up? I'm getting it changed soon anyway, so we'll see.

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