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Fuel Filters

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Fuel is the lifeblood of your vehicle – and just like using the right food to fuel your body - the quality of what’s fuelling your system affects its overall performance.

For reliable car operation and best performance, a clean and working fuel filter is critical.The fuel filter is the fuel system's main line of defence against the dirt, debris and small particles of rust that flake off the inside of the fuel tank.

If not caught by the filter, these particles can choke the carburettor. In fuel injected engines, they can choke the injector inlet screens and starve the injector for fuel. With diesel engines, clean fuel is especially important because they have a very small tolerance inside the injection pump.

Here at Uphill Automotive in Tamworth we follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for each individual car when it comes to fuel filter checks and replacements, and although the general rule is to replace them around every 40, 000kms- we do recommend annual fuel filter replacement as a good way to prevent fuel related problems and to keep your vehicle in its best performance state.

 

A poorly performing fuel filter will cause:

 

  • Poor fuel economy.
  • Higher running costs.
  • reduced fuel supply to injectors.
  • Reduced engine power.
  • poor acceleration or breakdown.
  • Reduced engine performance.

 

We can perform log book service and more on a wide range of makes and models right here in Tamworth - Simply call us today and tell us about your car and your last service and we can give you a quote today.

 

 

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