Fuel Filter Replacement – Bmw 2005-2011 320D E90 – How To DIY

Fuel Filter Replacement – Bmw 2005-2011 320D E90 – How To DIY

Step by step guide on how to change the fuel filter in a Bmw 320d E90 model.

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Rick cee says:

Nice one, thank you!

sujester suester says:

Great video but which side of the car is it on ???? You don't show where the front page f the car is , just the underside which is confusing

Samuel Gavin says:

Great video, would just like to ask how often do you change the fuel filter? And I presume this is the same on an e92.

banginpadr says:

is it the same for an e92 ?

Tom Desmet says:

How did you know the fuel filter was worn? Did you read out your onboard computer diagnostics? The reason for my question is, I have A error code 004BDC – Performeance fuel pump too low for current delivery?? Could this be the filter ? Or is this really A pump failure for pre-pressurization ?

Joe Slov says:

Awesome video

Drbudman 87 says:

Great video, thanks!

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