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Fuel Filter Replacement/Problem

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01 Sep 2019 22:30 #212956 by kirkynut
I would start with the coil packs anyway as they're know to go and your description sounds like a coilpack on it's way out.

Why would you remove the tank before trying the simple usual faults. I've never heard of a Jimny having rust in its tank or fuel lines.

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07 Sep 2019 15:38 #213260 by bryn
A tentative I think I’ve fixed it.
Replaced the coils packs and leads with a set of second hand from BB Autos Derbishire (Very helpful and Cheap) and it been run around for the last 2 days with no issues.
Thanks to all for your help and suggestions.

Bryn

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09 Sep 2019 13:28 #213330 by kirkynut
Phew, and no mucking about with the fuel tank!

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