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Where is the fuel filter on a A4 2000-2001 1.8 non turbo

Bought one recently, low original milege, bought service kit including fuel filter , cannot find the filter itself

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Fuel filter is not fun on this car. Located in the front top of the tank beneath the car. Tank must be lowered to gain access. Banjo nuts difficult to access. Fuel under pressure in line will squirt out... messy. Good job to be done on a lift.

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Considering the fact that the turbo is in line with the airflow (intake); I suggest replacing the airfilter and the fuel filter. If the airflow is restricted (dirty filter), the air/fuel mixture will not be right.

If the air filter is good - and you think that it's just the turbo - you may have a defective unit (turbo).

I also suggest taking the van to an auto parts dealer and have a diagnostics test done. This will present any codes for any units (including turbo) that may need replaced or serviced.

Please let me know if you need further assistance.

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