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Hello chaps, ive just bought my first berlingo and it seems like a great wee van except for some air in the diesel fuel lines, so any comments onhow to rectify it would be greatly appreciated
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Hello Dayvh welcome to the forum check the rubber seal ring on the filter also there mite be an hair line crack in the top of the filter housing
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Hi & welcome.Jed is right although I would venture to suggest the filter is replaced as well.They seem to get forgotten(neglected) sometimes.:thumbsup::wave:
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