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    Ordered new fuel filter and coil pack

    From autovaux today and got my 10% discount (I am customer #83 BTW!!) as usual.

    The car seemed to have a hissy fit earlier and was not wanting to accelerate - was boosting mostly ok, not as high as usual but still in pressure.

    Checked the plugs and they were all ok, albeit a bit black and sooty, AFM is new so am hoping its either the coil pack or the fuel filter.

    Anyway, coil pack is changed in about 3 minutes, but how long roughly for a fuel filter? Read up the how2 but doesn't give a time frame? About 30 minutes or less?

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    With the fuel filter it would depend when last it was done. Mines never been done before last weekend and it was a bitch to get off. So 30mins should be required really. Without any problems getting the old filter off 15min max.
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    I am assuming its the original filter, 6 years old and 95k miles!

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