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Hi anything i should know before i change the filter on a 2.0 hdi (air locks etc.),
thanks , mick
 

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the HDI bleeds its self through the computer not like the older diesels where they have a manual hand pump in the system,

just ensure you have a strong battery as it might take a few turns to start it.
 

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If the engine has a primer then you will need to pump that whilst cranking. If it doesnt have a primer then you will have to turn the ignition on for 10 seconds, then off do this about 3 times and that will have bled it through.
 

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Hi Thanks for the replies,it,s a 54 reg so it might be a self primer??? doing this weekend ,will see how it goes,got me bus pass as back up

Mick
 
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Yes, it'll self prime on a 54 plate. All dW10's right back to the ark self prime, unlike the DV6.

Cleanliness is the word of the day when changing the filter - grit as small as 2 microns will wreck an injector, and even the best eyesight won't spot that.
 
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