Fiat Ducato fuel filter leaking replacement (1 Viewer)

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Mel

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I now have the motorhome back from the garage.

the idea I adding a spin off fuel filter is a no go.
the presure from the Ducato pump built in ti the tank was too much for the Toyota filter.
also the strain seems to be too much for 2 filters in situe.
what we now have is a system that replaces the Fiat filter.
The original filter has been left in place with the electical conections.
the filter has been replaced with a Bosch 1-457-434-437 filter this will be much easier to change without any plastic housing breaking.

off for a trip this weekend so will give it a goid test.

filters are £12:95 in the UK.
if anyone can see any problems with my conversion I would be happy to here them as I am no expert.

Mel
 
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mel that is a very simple solution to a common problem with the fiat spin of filters.
pleas let me know how you get on
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Mel

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Hi Bill thanks
Good point Bill I never tought of that.
I beter get it well insulated.
Its not a spin off filter Bill its just two pipes 1 in 1 out.

But it was Bosch here in Belgium that said you have to match the filter to the engine they know what vehicle its going on.

So hope it works

Mel
 
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Hi Bill thanks
Good point Bill I never tought of that.
I beter get it well insulated.
Its not a spin off filter Bill its just two pipes 1 in 1 out.

But it was Bosch here in Belgium that said you have to match the filter to the engine they know what vehicle its going on.

So hope it works

Mel
It should work ok but the engine is getting could diesel all the time so may smoke a bit till engine warms up.
BILL

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