Air in fuel - Kimion
Going to be changing the fuel filter on my peugeot 306 '94 xsi in a few days. Learnt about releasing the pressure here (just leave it overnight), but need to know if it would be a problem getting air in the fuel lines?
I've been told that petrol injection doesnt like air in the fuel, so are there any precutions or after fitting remidies? Or can i just change the filter and not worry?
Air in fuel - Adam Going (Tune-Up)
Fit the new filter, then turn the ignition on without engaging the starter. You should be able to hear the fuel pump run for about 2 secs - this is to prime the system prior to starting. Repeat this procedure 2 or 3 times, leaving about 15 secs between each operation. The engine should then start but may splutter a bit for a few seconds. The fuel supply is like a ring-main, with constant supply and return to the tank, so any air is bled out very quickly.

Regards, Adam.
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Air in fuel - Kimion
Thanks Adam, changing it tommorrow

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