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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuel filter
There is no need to change it frequently. If there is a loss of engine power or if throttle cuts out then may be its the time to change fuel filter. It is recommended by peugeot to change fuel filter (but depends on fuel purity) after every 36000 miles.
You can clean it yourself
Dipp the whole filter body in carosine oil tank and leave it in there for about 20-30 minutes
Pour some petrol in filter with the help of plastic piped and apply a slight air pressure (use a piece of pipe to blow) in the reverse direction (marked with arrows) of fuel supply to clear residue and heavy oil composite that clogged in filter.
Repeating the cleaning process 2-3 times will clean the filter to reuse it without the need of a new one to buy.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
SOURCE: peugeot 307 hdi 110 dash
ı have a peugeot307 in 80300km I DON'T KNOW exactly when take it to care ,brake.steering wheel,gearshift hydraulic,trigger set etc when will they change in what kilometers Can you help me? Thank you already
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
SOURCE: have a 2004 Citroen C5
The only easy fix is some cleaner additive from halfords or the like and a fast trip with a big hill to burnt it out (it is a section of the exhaust, sometimes there us a tank under the rear bumper with some nasy fluid in it that is automaticaly fed in to burn it out)
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
Easy enough to do its inside a canister at the front of the engine on this year if its a later one,when you take the top off make sure that you use a magnet and get all the swarf out even use a brake and clutch spray and cotton bud if you have to as the slightest missed bit could end up in the pump and damage it ,it will self bleed itself as their is a electric lift pump in the fuel tank .The swarf comes from the pump and get returned to the tank by the leak off and then comes up into the filter its a common thing with these cars so do as a i say and you will have no problems .Makes a change to answer questions on cars i know about instead of american cars and i answer wrong as i assume its a diesel as the models stated i have only ever seen as diesels here in europe but they dont have them in america --strange i would have thought but wait till have to pay our prices for fuel then see what happens
Posted on Feb 09, 2012
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