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Old 02-11-18, 05:15 PM   #1
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Default Fuel filter change and low revs

Just changed the fuel filter on my 1.6hdi peugeot expert.
Couple of things I have noticed is that the old fuel filter didn't have the part that screws in near the bottom of the thread. Have seen online videos that there is a part that you unscrew from the old one to put on the new filter. See filter photo. So noticed she going to replace old filter that there was a plug that's been left unplugged from somewhere... See photo.
Also upon replacing the fuel filter (now I'm not sure if it was doing it before as have onkybhave van for a short time) but I've notice that putting my foo down on the accelerator only gives me a maximum revs of 2500 and will not go any higher.
Is there anyone that knows what my issues are?
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Last edited by noddy-hol; 02-11-18 at 05:22 PM. Reason: moved to 'expert' sub forum
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