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Old 02-03-16, 08:18 PM   #1
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Default Where can I find the fuel filter

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I have a 2013 308 II, 1.6THP 125bhp. I've bought a fuel filter, but now I can't seem to find it. I've traced all the fuel lines from the tank to the front of the car, and don't see anything.

Does anyone know where it might be?
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Petrol? It might not have one.


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Yeah, I've subsequently found out it has a carbon filter apparently, instead of a fuel filter. At least that's what the dealer has told me. Will find out when I open the box underneath the car on the left-hand side in front of the left rear wheel.
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There is nothing in that box to replace.Peugeot stopped fitting fuel filters on petrol models about 14 years ago.
Not sure what your Dealer is on about? carbon filter? that sounds like the AC pollen filter?
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Dealer could also be referring to charcoal canister for fume absorption which should not need to be replaced as it purged by ecu when cruising
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