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I tried searching and it wouldn't work...but how hard is fuel filter on an n/a to change? Any special tricks i'd need to know. Is it located just above the diff. I think that's where I saw it? thanks...
 

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I'm not sure on an NA, but on a turbo its a bitch unless the tank is dropped. I just did mine a few weeks back because I installed a Walpro. I can't see it being different.

Mo
 

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I've done it on several NA's and Turbo's they're both the same. A PITA trick is have skinny bendable arms. I mean like stretch armstrong elastic arms.

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Yes its above the diff
 

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drop the tank. it's worth the trouble for the extra space you gain. use flare wrenches, and PB blast. i did mine in about 20 minutes. (after the tank was dropped, which took 20 minutes)

the key is to soak all the nuts/fittings/etc.. in PB blast before you work, and they'll come right off. ;)

-shaeff
 
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