Fuel filter replacement procedure?

Avenger avenger0017 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 16 14:37:07 PDT 2008

Thats about what I was thinking Brett.

I've got some free time this afternoon so I'm going ahead and taking the 
time to replace the filter.

One last question, however. Am I correct in the assumption that after I 
replace the filter, all I need to do to re-pressurize the system is turn 
the ignition to the "on" position (not start) and let sit for a minute 
or so? Guess I'll find out one way or the other here in about an hour. 
(After I figure out how to get the cover off the fuse box. Darn Audi 
engineers and their small fingers, don't they realize Americans have big 


Brett Dikeman wrote:
> On Mar 11, 2008, at 6:25 PM, Austin Calise wrote:
>> Come on don't be a wussy just put a rag over it.
> Or, if you're intelligent about it, grab a vacuum hand pump and apply  
> a vacuum to the line to the fuel pressure regulator.  That'll dump  
> most of the stored pressure.
> The phrase "don't be a wussy about it" in the context of fuel systems  
> is very poor advice.
> Brett
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