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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can't find fuel filter
The fuel filter is located above the rear axle on the driver's side. The easiest way to replace it is to break the fuel line nut loose on the side nearest the wheel and screw it all the way off (you may have a small amount of gasoline come out of the filter, so have a container handy). Then break the fuel line nut loose on the inlet side (farthest away from the wheel well) by using your wrench to turn the entire fuel filter using the nut that is part of the filter on the side nearest the wheel well. Reinstalling the filter is just the reverse of this procedure. Be sure to check that the O-rings inside the nuts are good and don't overtighten the filter or you might cut the O-rings and the filter connections will leak
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
1) jack-up left front of car (drivers-side)and remove wheel.
2) Remove plastic inner fender .
The maintenance schedule is every 12-thousand miles.
Caution prior to removing fuel filter-
Pull the fuel pump relay or fuse while engine is running, this will disable the electric fuel pump and release fuel pressure in line.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
To change the cabin filter on a s-type you will have to open the bonnet and look to the plastic scuttle panel below the windscreen and wich ever side your steering wheel is it will be the opposite side..
For a rhd vehicle you will want to go to the left corner of the car and remove the first 3 clips that hold the scuttle panel to the brace then there will be 2 blanking plugs above (almost at the top of the panel) remove the 2 T20 sdrews and lift the panel up enought so you can get your hand on the filter door. Lift the flap up then swap your old filter with a new one.
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
Cats was a optional extra from the factory. It is adaptive damping. It basicialy softens or stiffens the shock absorbers to your driving style.
It may seem that one of your shock absorbers has developed a internal pressure fault. A local garage with a code reader can tell you wich shock absorber to check. Would be worth checking the electrical connectors that plug into the top of the shock absorber to make sure they are not damaged.
Look's like you may need a new shock absorber
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
Remove the left front wheel and remove the securing nuts to the wheel arch(plastic wheel well liner) pull back from the rear and you will see the fuel filter under it. Thanks.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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