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    As Title above does anyone have a picture of this tool?

    For changing Desel Filter
    When you disconect the diesel fuel line?

    I want to buy one but dont know what it looks like?

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    do you mean the fuel lines that connect to the top of the filter housing ?

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    I would guess he does, and if not Im interested in this as well.

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    Anyone?

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    if its the fuel lines that go in to the filter just use a screwdriver

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    Sorry guys yeah was the lines at the top
    I managed it using a little flat screw driver

    I was scared i broke anything as i have never tried it before but it was actually very easy,
    cheers for all your help guys

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    yer its easy as mate plus saves you £££

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    Yeah original filter did not look as if it had been changed in its life, so im very happy i done it

    I looked at the HOW2 and i was scared i broke housing or clips or fuel lines, but i never was easy, so will be part of my regular servicing :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jatint View Post
    As Title above does anyone have a picture of this tool?

    For changing Desel Filter
    When you disconect the diesel fuel line?

    I want to buy one but dont know what it looks like?
    You could buy a really cheap pair of long nose pliers and bend the ends in,that should work,and it should be less than a £1
    Last edited by Aikon58; 16th February 2011 at 21:40.

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    Would these do ?

    http://www.machinemart.co.uk/shop/pr...disconnect-set

    I prefer blaming my tools for something breaking rather than my ham fisted self.

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