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Purolator Fuel Filter

Part No. F45191 Warranty Details  

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Dirt and even rust can enter the fuel stream at any point along the long journey from refinery to your vehicle’s fuel tank. So, your fuel filter becomes the final line of defense against damaging contaminants getting into your vehicle. Clean fuel, free from dirt particles and rust, is essential for the smooth and efficient operation of your vehicle. A tiny grain of dirt can clog injectors, leading to erratic performance and poor gas mileage. Clean fuel increases gas mileage and improves engine performance - and with the fluctuating cost of gas these days, that’s really important!

Product Features:
  • Defense against damaging contaminants
  • Helps increase gas mileage
  • Improves engine performance
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PurolatorFuel Filter
 
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5.0

NEED TO KEEP FULE FLOWING

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Pros

  • Durable

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    Best Uses

    • Small Cars

    Comments about Purolator Fuel Filter:

    MUST KEEP FULE INJECTORS FREE OF DIRT

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    • Q:

      do i need any clips to hold the line in the filter like a ford or dodge
      Asked on 3/5/2011 by mike from morrow ohio

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        A:

        Yes, you need to use the fuel filter removal tool to pull the clip out of the fuel line connector where the fuel line meets the front of the fuel filter. Disconnect the fuel line from the rear of the filter as well.

        Answered on 5/9/2011 by Just Ask Jacob! from AAP
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