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Fuel Filter Change


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Hi Loren,

as my 80,000 km service is coming up, I was wondering if you could perhaps post some instructions on how to change the fuel filter. Not even sure about its exact location, I think it is under the passenger's door sill? With that, I think we should have covered pretty much all the maintenance items.

Also, I need to change the gasket for the oil pressure relief valve. Could you perhaps tell me the part number and the required torque?

Cheers,

Uwe

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The oil pressure relief valve seal is: 996 107 123 50

The proper torque is 25 Nm. (19 ft-lbs).

Here is the fuel filter on a Boxster - similar location on a Carrera (but I don't have a pic). You will need to remove the plastic belly pan to get to it. Don't forget the ground wire.

...and gasoline will run down your arm. :o

fuel_filter.jpg

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55 minutes ... not bad, even by your standards! I have long given up wondering if you'll be able to answer my questions, it is just a matter of how many minutes it takes you. ;)

To make it harder, I might have to start asking questions in the middle of the night, or maybe pertaining to some obscure country version "I don't understand menu option 3 on my Korean-language navigation system"...

As ever, thank you very much for your help,

Uwe

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