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Old 04-24-2006, 11:33 PM   #1
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Well I took my fuel filter off today, it was so plugged I could barely blow thru it compared to the new fram one I picked up, I could not find anything else, and the stealership well you know.....GMPD takes months to ship so said why not and threw a fram on there...all went well did not notice any improvment really, perhaps a little on the top end.


Anyway I avoid fram low end oil filters since I have had trouble in the past, however I do use the highest line ultimate gaurd or whatever it is that is 12 bucks, no issues so far, oil pressue is back to normal now when I changed the oil a second time with the more expensive oil

Has anyone had problems with the fuel filters? I will be downing my pulley soon (i hope) and dont want any issues there with fuel getting from point a to point b.

oh yeah did I mention this car is the easist ever to change a fuel filter on?
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I don't think there'* anything wrong with their fuel filters.
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I use wix filter for the oil and for the fuel filter
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Wix for the fuel and K&N for the oil
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