Kancil Fuel Filter
Posted 09 December 2003 - 02:14 PM
I want to replace the fuel filter for my new second hand Kancil 660M. I
plan to DIY laa, but the problem is I can't find the fuel filter. Can
anybody give me a hint where can I find the fuel filter !
PLEASE HEEELLP !!!
Posted 09 December 2003 - 04:00 PM
Posted 09 December 2003 - 04:22 PM
petrol pump inlet, inside the back tyre side. kenot miss it one la...
if u want to DIY, make sure the fuel filter is at the correct arrow
Posted 09 December 2003 - 08:07 PM
for a while, my mechanic told me its at the back. somewhere near where you
pump the petrol in.
Posted 09 December 2003 - 08:55 PM
but can DIY meh?
the petrol will spray out if u cabut the hose i think...
Posted 10 December 2003 - 10:26 AM
Ehh..since you dont know the location of the fuel pump before this..i
suggest u dont DIY la...send to shop first... see them change few
times...then u try after that..
Posted 10 December 2003 - 10:36 AM
there will be trickles, more like pipe leaking at home(the washer gone
so no worries, jsut make sure that the position of the arrow(ie fuel flow)
for the filter is correct, look out for the arrow.
and before u buy them, make sure u check with the car spare part seller
for the kancil 660 or 850(whichever u own) fuel filter, original cost
about rm20(from P2, made by Cycle and Carriage) or rm30(Ori -Japan,
daihatsu) or even the local type, ie cap-mark at rm8 only.
take your pic, but personally, i've been using the ori P2 type, usually
get it at rm16-18 at the spare part shop that most of us know situated at
Posted 10 December 2003 - 11:20 AM
Thanks a lot man, spent a lot of time looking for it at the engine bay. I
think can DIY laa coz I have seen those guys changing it for my wira
before. Should be the same I think. Thanks a lot guys for you help !
Posted 10 December 2003 - 01:00 PM
as long as it is carb, ther eis no issue of the fuel filter having high
pressure, thus setting the fuel in streams of fuels.
Petrol loss is minimal, but do take care for naked flames around teh
injection car fuel system are normally pressurised, hence, leave it to the
mech, they know what to do better.
Posted 10 December 2003 - 02:05 PM
fuel injection, they changed it quite easy. The rule is that you need to
open the petrol tank cap to release the pressure before replacing the fuel
The fuel filter for fuel injection car is made of steel compared to the
carb engines which is a plastic make.
PS -> Why waste money for the service / labour when it can be replaced by
yourself within minutes (provided you can find it) ^