gordon_dunn Posted April 12, 2012 Share Posted April 12, 2012 Just a point to watch out for- you know that they recommend changing fuel lines every two years at least, well don't forget about the line inside the tank. Checked one of mine thismorning, and shocked to see that it was completely rigid- and very fragile. The fuel gradually deteriorates the material and makes it stiffer/more brittle therefore the clunk cannot move freely inside the tank. The clunk/filter i had fitted was doing its job very well- there was a lot of fibres from the forecourt pump filters embedded around the element. GD Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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