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Old 22-09-2010, 04:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does the 1HZ fuel injector pump have it's own internal filter? I have a 95 L/C 80 series non turbo. If so does it need a special tool to remove? Cheers Brett
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G'day Brett. We have a '92 80 series with the same engine and as far as we know there is not a filter inside the injector pump.
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Some injection pumps have a porous bronze filter.

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Some injection pumps have a porous bronze filter.

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So does that mean my model has one? Was thinking of removing the the main feed line to check...... but would like to know for sure if theres one in there.. Brett
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To be honest I'm not 100% sure about your injection pump but it's quite common to find the bronze filter where the fuel goes into the injection pump. It's often removed on higher performance turbo engines to improve fuel flow.

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