I'm at 35,000 miles, just treated my fuel system with BG 44K. I'm guessing this will give my original fuel filter a workout? How often should it be replaced?
I change mine out every other year, or whenever I happen to feel like it.
my factory one was changed at like 50k or so and when I cut it open to check it out, it was LOADED with crap... i think i have pics floating around, but let's just say im surprised it flowed enough to keep everything going.
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Last edited by ECS Tuning; 06-12-2012 at 05:16 PM.
By the way, mileage isn't always the best indicator for changing the fuel filter. I regularly hit gas stations out in the middle of nowhere on my summer vacations. I'm sure I've pumped a lot of crap into my car. I should probably change my filter every year.
I'd stop drinking beer, but I'm no quitter.
40,000 or four years
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Just don't crack the connectors, otherwise you'll have serious issue...
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