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Rb20det fuel filter replacement

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Hey All

I'm about to do the above but had a few questions that I can't find the answers to:

- where is the fuel pump/relay I need to remove to bleed the lines?

- do I need high pressure 5/16 fuel line and if so how much? Im not even going to bother trying to remove existing will just cut it

- best places to cut the top and bottom fuel lines please?

- will I need any adapters and/or fittings to install the new lines?

I know there are a few threads but nothing really specific, and no tutorial?

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What?

Just buy the appropriate Ryco filter (or equivalent), pull the old one out and stick the new one in. No need to bleed lines or f**k about with priming. If you really want to "prime" anything, just turn the key on and wait for the pump to stop. Then turn it all off, wait a bit, and repeat. The ECU will do it all for you.

If you are going to start stuffing about with replacing lines, then yes, it does need to be high pressure rated fuel line. And if you're going to replacing fuel line, don't cut anything, just pull it all the way off and replace from hard pipe to hard pipe.

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Ok thank you, it's just most of the posts advise that the original hose will be extremely hard to remove?

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Take off ur filter ... legit 2 hose clamps, then go to ur local auto part store and get a similar nissan family one. Should take you 15 mins tops with a screwdriver and pliers 

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