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changing fuel filter
#1
Hi, sorry if this has been discussed before but how easy is it for someone with a little knowledge to change the fuel filter on a 2005 1.6i diesel Berlingo ?

Just been quoted 120 euros ( in France) to change

All help appreciated
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#2
Put "fuel filter" into search I think I used a post by Bingo it takes longer to remove a few parts than to change the filter, it is straight forward job
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#3
Be brave bryn it's not that hard to do once you've done it you'll say to your self why did i pay some one else to do it :thumbsup:
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#4
is there a bleed valve on the 1.6hdi or is it necessary to fill the filter with diesel?
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#5
Click here http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthread.php?tid=933
Just done mine, absolute doddle ;-)
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#6
I was a bit aprehensive about changing mine but it turned out to be easy. There is a tap on the top & a drain on the bottom of the filter which I assume is for draining off any water that might get trapped in the filter. All you need to do is swap the filter over then pump the priming bulb for a good 2 or 3 minutes.
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(17-03-2014, 03:55 PM)stuartinlancashire Wrote:  I was a bit aprehensive about changing mine but it turned out to be easy. There is a tap on the top & a drain on the bottom of the filter which I assume is for draining off any water that might get trapped in the filter. All you need to do is swap the filter over then pump the priming bulb for a good 2 or 3 minutes.

Sorry to be thick but where is the priming bulb???
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#8
It's under the plastic engine cover, hopefully this pic courtesy of http://www.djhweb.co.uk will help.

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brilliant, many thanks
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