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97 Impreza Fuel Filter


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#1 phillys14

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 01:56 AM

When replacing a fuel filter on a 97 Impreza Outback Wagon, is their a fuel pressure relief switch or shut off switch? Or do you just deal with some fuel when diconnecting lines to the filter?

Is there a fuel line reset button or anything to be done after replacing the filter?

Anything I'm not thinking of. Thanks.

#2 davebugs

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 08:08 AM

You can loosen the gas cap.

But you're gonna get fuel. Just place a rag under it to catch the fuel and a rag over it so it doen't spray in your face.

After the new filter is installed cycle the key a few times (fuel pump runs) and you're good to go.

#3 grossgary

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 08:25 AM

Yeah this job is so simple it's hardly worth wasting time on.

All I ever do is remove the hoses and install the new filter. Wrap it good in a towel as you're removing the hoses, they will initially have some kick but goes away instantly.




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