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Old 01-13-2020, 06:38 AM #16
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I think the only point to add to this is if you got the Toyota fuel filter and did it stop leaking after that?

Flare nut wrenches are key to getting the fittings tight enough for a good seal

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Oh man I thought I’d be clever last year and save the $ on fuel filter since “they’re all the same” and I too became a squirter. Funny part is, I got an oem Toyota one to do it right and it also leaked, but due to a fluke of a manufacturing defect in the threads. Guess the universe wasn’t done teaching me a lesson. The dealer surprisingly trusted that I didn’t mangle it myself, swapped me for a new one, and it was good to go... You do need to torque it a pretty disturbing amount, though.


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I installed the OEM from toyota. Bought the housing as well it was like $45 bucks. It didnt leak at all! OEM all DAY!
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I installed the OEM from toyota. Bought the housing as well it was like $45 bucks. It didnt leak at all! OEM all DAY!
Some of the parts it's the only way to go. Less issues and fits perfectly.

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