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Purolator Fuel Filter

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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
 
4.7

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5.0

Quality product from Purolator

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from Pennsylvania

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Pros

  • Correct Fit To Oem

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • All Applicable Vehicles

Comments about Purolator Fuel Filter:

Remember to open the gas cap or vent the system prior to removing the fuel line[s]. Make sure the saddle clamps are in good condition and the fuel lines are not deteriorated or have damaged seals. On some vehicles you need the fuel line detachment tool to remove the plug in pressure fittings. Remeber to check the flow direction prior to installation. Once the new filter is installed, remember to "prime" the system twice by turning the ignition key to run prior to starting the vehicle and check for leaks. Have used Purolator products for years without isuue.

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5.0

Great replacement

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from Burbank, IL

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Use

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    Best Uses

    • Large Cars
    • Small Cars
    • Trucks

    Comments about Purolator Fuel Filter:

    The Purolator fuel filter for my 1997 Lincoln Mark Vlll LSC with 164,000 miles was easy to install, a perfect fit, and a direct replacement for the original. I purchased the filter online and picked it up at my local Advance Auto Parts location. They had it in stock and were extremely pleasant and easy to deal with. They thanked me for my business and helped me with another purchase while I was there. The store atmosphere was pleasant and inviting and I felt comfortable browsing the aisles.

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    4.0

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    from Milton, FL

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    • Nothing to add

    Best Uses

    • Small Cars

    Comments about Purolator Fuel Filter:

    replaced the filter and the fuel pump. The car set for 6 yrs. New battery also. Started up after a few cranks. Gotta love a FORD

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    • Q:

      im trying to replace fuel filter on 96 t-bird, how do i remove the factory one?
      Asked on 7/13/2011 by bob from dover pa

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        A:

        Relieve the fuel system pressure. Remove the gas cap, then open the hood and locate the fuel system relief valve (near the intake manifold). Remove the cap from the valve, and attach the fuel pressure gauge. Drain the valve into a container to relieve system pressure.Loosen the nut on the negative (-) battery cable, and then lift the cable away from the battery terminal. Locate the fuel filter shield near the muffler. Remove the two bolts on the shield using a standard socket wrench. Pull the shield away to access the fuel filter.

        Answered on 7/14/2011 by DIY Daniel from AAP
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