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Old 12th October 2009, 13:36   #91
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kavesh, common rail engines are very sensitive to bad fuels, so the fuel filter needs to be vastly more complex. its a 2 stage system involving a sedimenter etc.

yes, it costs less - but 1800 is not substantially less, and its a PD engine, not TDI
Even thats more, come to Opera house i will get you for less. Moreso without the cover
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@bouncer any update on the car now? Have you got the 30K service done? If yes can you give a break up of the things done with costs?
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