What does the inside of a Fuel Filter look like after 300,000 miles?



Here is a good reason to change your fuel filter. After 300,000 miles on the same fuel filter, I cut it in half so we can see how dirty the filter is and so we can do a flow test! I also check a fuel filter with 130k miles and another with 30k miles to compare the three fuel filters.

Inexpensive Fuel Filters:
Quick Disconnect tool:
Ramps I use:

How to Change a Fuel Filter:
What does a 300,000 mile Oil Change look like?:

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