Fuel Filter Change

Service Description
Fuel filters keep grit, rust, and gunk that may be in the fuel from getting into your fuel injectors or carburetor. When fuel filters get too dirty and clogged, they cut down on the fuel that gets to your engine. If the filter is only partly clogged, the engine may work but not hold power up hills or at higher speeds. A really dirty fuel filter can choke off fuel and stall your engine. Symptoms of fuel filter issues include, lower gas mileage, less power and hesitation to accelerate. Replace old and dirty filters to restore power and performance and to protect expensive engine parts.

Included in your service:

  • Visual inspection of fuel filter
  • Replacement of fuel filter

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