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Part Number for Porsche Fuel Filter

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I`m Really sorry but in My country Azerbaijan Fuel have very very bad guality so i need urgently change it but donot part number
955.620.841.00 MY06 fuel filter

Please realize that you need to drain the fuel from the tank, a special tool to remove the insert to the tank for the filter.

The fuel filter is under the left tank cap (the fuel regulator is under the right tank cap).

Perhaps this something best done by a trained shop with the proper tools?

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The Cayenne fuel filter is incorporated into the fuel tank and under normal use does not require changing.

Loren, this is also true for the 987 Boxster/Cayman right?

On a 9x7 series car the fuel filter is incorporated into the fuel pump itself. Under normal use it does not need to be changed.
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