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Guys,
Any advice where to purchase replacement fuel filters from at a good price? I've either got used to the mammoth amount of power and it's lost it's thrill or its become a little sluggish. With 35k on the clock, I'm intending to change out the filters and see what improvements there are. Im also noticing a small amount of "flutter" accelerating from 100kmh upwards that was there at new, since disappeared but is back again. Not sure if this is related to fuel flow but I'm game for a filter replacement ASAP to see what improvements are made.
 

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I've just had mine replaced at 40,000 klm service (2012 GC Overland diesel), no appreciable difference noted as currently towing caravan around Australia, but vehicle still tows brilliantly. Beware but the dealer at Alice Springs only wanted to clean air and fuel filter (a lot of time was spent on dirt roads and getting fuel from small servos), but I insisted they do the service as per the log book (the vehicle has extended warranty and I didn't want to jeopardize that). Good luck and I hope new filters work for you.
 

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Sorry, but do not know what filter was being used. The vehicle has been serviced by Jeep since new, and whatever filter they use is whats in the car. This is my first Jeep, so I am willing to learn what I can and what is best for the vehicle. I am certainly learning lots already.
 
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