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Fuel Filter I have 85k miles on my Jetta and have been meaning to replace the fuel filter but hadn't yet because the dealership wants to charge me so much. I am trying to find the part number to order it on my own and have my own technician install it. Also, my fan keeps kicking on and it is really loud. I had it looked at but the technician said that one fan runs all of the time, and the other only cuts on as needed and that they couldn't find any problems with it. I have had my car for almost 3 years now, and I don't remember it ever doing this before. Any advice you can give is most appreciated. Thanks!

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Hi there. An alternative fuel filter for your Jetta is a Mann Filter. In fact, Mann might even be the OEM for Volkswagen anyway. You don’t need the VW part number, all you need to provide are your vehicle details – Make, Model, Yr and VIN. Simply do a search on the internet for Mann Filters and you will see many suppliers. Regarding the cooling fan operation, the cooling fan should only ‘kick-in’ when the engine coolant temperature has reach a predetermined level - the fan should not be working all the time. It’s likely that the coolant temperature sensor for the fan is faulty and so you should have a suitably competent vehicle technician identify the problem area. Hope this helps, Scottech.

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