Changed fuel filters

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  1. 94Vert

    94Vert Active Member

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    Man, I changed the fuel filter in both my cars and I was really suprised at the better mpg i'm getting now. my wife's car was plugged up worse than the stang she's getting like 7 mpg better now. i'm getting like 2-3. if you have over 35k miles on your car i would defintely recommend it.
     
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    yea i gotta pick one up. havent changed mine in awhile. :nonono:
     
  3. 19mustang95

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    i changed mine a couple months back in the autozone parking lot. ;D
     
  4. 94Vert

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    i guess you could say you got "in the zone" :dancing6:
     
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    my cars got 178000 miles it still flows haha i also have the oem cap rotor and wires :rollinglaugh: she runs like a champ though and my miliage aint bad at all so i see no reason to change... im not a mpg counter though glad to hear your saving gas O0
     
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    I am when it's like $3 per gallon.
     
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    haha 110's like almost 7 :'(