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Hi All

It's time to service GS 300 (MKII) and since I didn't change the fuel filter the last time (hoping it should be ok :whistling: ) I was wondering would anyone know where it is on the MKII.

I also had a peep at the air filter, although I changed it 15k miles ago, it's filthy so I'd better change that too

I was also thinking of adding a fuel injector/valve cleaner, are they any good? can anyone recommend a decent one?? or are they a waste of time

Any advice greatly appreciated Cheers :D

P.S What do people think of oil flush additives, should I use one even though the oil is renewed every 10k??

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Hi All

It's time to service GS 300 (MKII) and since I didn't change the fuel filter the last time (hoping it should be ok :whistling: ) I was wondering would anyone know where it is on the MKII.

I also had a peep at the air filter, although I changed it 15k miles ago, it's filthy so I'd better change that too

I was also thinking of adding a fuel injector/valve cleaner, are they any good? can anyone recommend a decent one?? or are they a waste of time

Any advice greatly appreciated Cheers :D

P.S What do people think of oil flush additives, should I use one even though the oil is renewed every 10k??

Don't know where it is (follow the fuel lines), but I'd check for corroded pipes before buying a replacement. If the pipes and/or joints are corroded, leave it alone.

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try toms airfilter i think, fits the same, but betetr filtration than oem.

also, get the stp fuel system cleaner (silver bottle) 15 quid from Halfords, that ias pretty decent and last 6k miles.

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