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Mahle
1991 Infiniti G20 Fuel Filter Mahle

P311-4ABC772    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
38.42
Mahle Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 07/1990-
Brand: Mahle
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1991 - Infiniti G20 Fr:07-00-90
Febi
1991 Infiniti G20 Fuel Filter Febi

P311-38AB546    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
35.31
Febi Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 07/1990-
Brand: Febi
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1991 - Infiniti G20 Fr:07-00-90
Mahle
2001 Infiniti G20 Fuel Filter Mahle

P311-4ABC772    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
38.42
Mahle Fuel Filter
Brand: Mahle
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2001 - Infiniti G20
Febi
1995 Infiniti G20 Fuel Filter Febi

P311-38AB546    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
35.31
Febi Fuel Filter
Brand: Febi
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Vehicle
1995 - Infiniti G20
Mahle
2000 Infiniti G20 Fuel Filter Mahle

P311-4ABC772    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
38.42
Mahle Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 07/1999-
Brand: Mahle
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2000 - Infiniti G20 Fr:07-00-99
Febi
2000 Infiniti G20 Fuel Filter Febi

P311-38AB546    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
35.31
Febi Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 07/1999-
Brand: Febi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2000 - Infiniti G20 Fr:07-00-99
Mahle
1996 Infiniti I30 Fuel Filter Mahle

P311-4ABC772    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
38.42
Mahle Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 03/1995-
Brand: Mahle
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1996 - Infiniti I30 Fr:03-00-95
Febi
1996 Infiniti I30 Fuel Filter Febi

P311-38AB546    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
35.31
Febi Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 03/1995-
Brand: Febi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1996 - Infiniti I30 Fr:03-00-95
Mahle
1999 Infiniti I30 Fuel Filter Mahle

P311-4ABC772    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
38.42
Mahle Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: -06/1999
Brand: Mahle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1999 - Infiniti I30 To:06-00-99
Febi
1999 Infiniti I30 Fuel Filter Febi

P311-38AB546    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
35.31
Febi Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: -06/1999
Brand: Febi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1999 - Infiniti I30 To:06-00-99
Mahle
1990 Infiniti Q45 Fuel Filter Mahle

P311-4ABC772    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
38.42
Mahle Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 08/1989-
Brand: Mahle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1990 - Infiniti Q45 Fr:08-00-89
Febi
1990 Infiniti Q45 Fuel Filter Febi

P311-38AB546    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
35.31
Febi Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 08/1989-
Brand: Febi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1990 - Infiniti Q45 Fr:08-00-89
Mahle
2003 Infiniti M45 Fuel Filter Mahle

P311-4ABC772    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
38.42
Mahle Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 07/2002-
Brand: Mahle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2003 - Infiniti M45 Fr:07-00-02
Febi
2003 Infiniti M45 Fuel Filter Febi

P311-38AB546    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
35.31
Febi Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 07/2002-
Brand: Febi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2003 - Infiniti M45 Fr:07-00-02
Mahle
2004 Infiniti M45 Fuel Filter Mahle

P311-4ABC772    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
38.42
Mahle Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: -12/2004
Brand: Mahle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2004 - Infiniti M45 To:12-00-04
Febi
2004 Infiniti M45 Fuel Filter Febi

P311-38AB546    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
35.31
Febi Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: -12/2004
Brand: Febi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2004 - Infiniti M45 To:12-00-04
Mahle
1996 Infiniti Q45 Fuel Filter Mahle

P311-4ABC772    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
38.42
Mahle Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: -06/1996
Brand: Mahle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1996 - Infiniti Q45 To:06-00-96
Febi
1996 Infiniti Q45 Fuel Filter Febi

P311-38AB546    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
35.31
Febi Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: -06/1996
Brand: Febi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1996 - Infiniti Q45 To:06-00-96
Mahle
2002 Infiniti Q45 Fuel Filter Mahle

P311-4ABC772    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
38.42
Mahle Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 09/2001-
Brand: Mahle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2002 - Infiniti Q45 Fr:09-00-01
Febi
2002 Infiniti Q45 Fuel Filter Febi

P311-38AB546    W0133-1828018  New

Qty:
35.31
Febi Fuel Filter
  • ; Production: 09/2001-
Brand: Febi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2002 - Infiniti Q45 Fr:09-00-01

Latest Car Advice

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fuel filter

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Question From Guest on fuel filter

I can find no fuel filter listed for an 05 Toyota 4 runner. Do they even have one? How is the fuel filtered?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

It has to have a filter! It may be too new for some parts stores to list so keep trying or get one at the dealer,

T

Response From way2old

Don't know how accurate it is, but Alldata Pro has the filter in the tank. Warranty pays 1.9 hours to replace. Fuel pump pays 2.0 hours. Here is part number. It is for OEM Fuel Filter 2330050120 $53.07

Response From Guest

Thanks guys. I guess I'll see what the dealer says. I was just curious, because if you look at the scheduled maintenance on the 4runner, it shows everything down to the cabin filter. But it neve shows changing the fuel filter. I'm not sure what the deal is.

Response From Guest

Just spoke with Toyota and the filter is in the tank, but they claim it never needs changing.
Thanks for you input.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Great info way2old. Problem is that just really disappointed me to hear that Toyota has in their infinate wisdom decided to make such a move like that.

I can just see telling a customer that replacing a fuel filter is going to cost over $200 bucks!! Hey---- but this is progress T

97 Infiniti Q45 cranking but not starting

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Question From Babyjay951 on 97 Infiniti Q45 cranking but not starting

I have a 1997 Infiniti q45 and the other day when I put into reverse, I backed up and it died on me, then would not fire back up. I have changed the fuel filter, changed out my spark plugs and made sure they all have spark and weren't drowned in oil. I unplugged and unmounted all the sensors near the mass air flow sensor and cleaned them all out with sensor cleaner and cleaned all the plugs with electric cleaner. When I turn the key, the car cranks ad turns over and it feels like its going to start but then dies out. Battery's only a couple months old, and I've never had any problem with the car since I got it besides tires and suspension. I've checked the fuel lines and there is pressure, return and intake lines. There is spark on all plugs and my scanner didn't read any errors so I can't tell if its a sensor or not, but I really don't want to bring to the shop an get my pockets raped if its something I can fix. It seems like it wants to start but when it goes to fire either a sensor or something electrical is telling the car not to. I'm looking for suggestions on what to check/do next. Any advice is appreciated and i can give as much details as I can. Thanks

Response From BrentNelson

For starters you might want to check the fuel pump, fuel filter. Also check for a clogged catalytic converter.Try the mass airflow sensor, too.

Response From Hammer Time

For starters you might want to check the fuel pump, fuel filter. Also check for a clogged catalytic converter.Try the mass airflow sensor, too.

That's not the way things are diagnosed around here. We don't try parts. If you aren't sure how accurate your advice is, then please don't post it.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Will it fire up with a prime? What was the fuel pressure?

t

Response From Discretesignals



I really don't want to bring to the shop an get my pockets raped if its something I can fix.

Why do you have that conception? There happens to be honest repair shops in business that aren't out to screw their customers. You can pay them to diagnose the problem. They will give you a quote and you can decide if you want do it or not. You probably don't have the equipment or knowledge to diagnose the problem anyhow.

Do you have a high end scan tool, volt meter, wiring schematic, no start trouble chart, fuel pressure gauge with adapters, spark tester, graphing multimeter/lab scope? Those are things needed to troubleshoot the problem your having. Sure you can go ahead and start guessing and slapping a bunch of parts on it hoping you fix the problem. How much will that cost you compared to having a diagnosis done which will pinpoint the component that failed.

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

You do realize that the very people you are asking for help are the very same people you accuse of trying to screw you over, right? We are all pros here. That specialty tool list DS gave you is a bargain if we could even lay our hands on it for $10,000 too, by the way. thats over and above the other $50,000-100,000 in hand and power tools to get it apart the right right way and put it back together with a guarantee. But since we're all a bunch of cons anyway, I'll feel free to opt out of helping you for free to fix your LUXURY BRAND CAR that you're too cheap to pay a reasonable fee for. So how about this, crawl up your own ass and take a deep breath. You just bit that hand that feeds when you ask us to help you in the same breath you accuse of of thievery. Enjoy your pockets getting raped. Bend over good and hard and just imagine you took a field trip to Penn State that went horribly wrong in the showers.

There are a lot of honest techs out there. I hope you meet the ones that actually do max out your credit cards without fixing jack shit.

2001 Infinity Q45 Intermittent Start Problem

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Question From timjet on 2001 Infinity Q45 Intermittent Start Problem

My '01 Infinity Q45 4.5 L V8 about 2 months ago started having intermittent start problems. The first problem was when the ignition key was turned to the start position nothing happened. All warning lights were illuminated as normal. I tuned the key off then tried starting again and the engine started normally. About 2 weeks later I again had the same thing happen. Then last week I tried to start and the engine turned over (cranked) but did not start. I tried several times and no luck. The battery turned the engine over effortlessly. The next day tried again and it started normally first time.
Finally yesterday I tried starting and it stared normally, but the engine stopped before I had a chance to place the car in gear. I immediately tried starting again and it started normally.
I suspect that the safety relay that prevents the engine from starting when the car is in gear or perhaps the brake relay that prevents putting the car in gear with the brake depressed is a cause.
Can anybody give me some ideas?

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

I'm not as familiar with the better foreign cars, but from what you say I think a different direction. A bit more info is needed. When the starter wouldn't engage, did you hear a click? When was the last time the battery connections were dismantled and thoroughly cleaned? Also, has the battery been tested to show its condition? While the relays and circuits mentioned could be the cause, the first things to check are not only the most basic, but the cheapest. Your car has so many electrical items that the battery connections not only at the battery but elsewhere just won't work right if not perfectly clean and at full charge. Granted, at a separate time it cranked at full speed but wouldn't fire. There could be more than one issue here. After checking out the connections first out of habit, I would proceed with a fuel pressure test while this is not starting to try to narrow down the issue. Intermittent faults can be a real pain, since you don't know when it will fail to work and have to keep the testing equipment handy for when it does. If you check it when it runs it doesn't help, as everything will test good at that time. Does this car see much regular use or does it sit a lot? When was the last time the fuel filter was changed? I know I'm giving you more questions than answers but the more info we have the better the advice will be and the faster your car will be reliable again.

Response From timjet

Nick,
Thanks for the info. The car gets about 8000 miles a year. I did as you suggested which is what I should have done. I cleaned and lightly greased the battery terminals and replaced the fuel filter probably the first time since new. Like you say start with the simple things first.
I'll see how it goes and get back it that doesn't do it.
Thanks again,
Tim

MPG much lower after added Lucas Fuel Treatment

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Question From Alex110 on MPG much lower after added Lucas Fuel Treatment

I recently purchased a 2004 midsize infiniti with 100K miles. So I wanted to clean the injectors and after some research I came to the conclusion that the Lucas Fuel Treatment is a good option and later thought to do a seafoam treatment. I added ~4 oz to 17 gallons of fuel. My fuel efficiency went down from 22 MPG to less than 10 MPG initially but then gradually came back up to about 15 MPG. Once half tank I filled up with fuel and the efficiency went up to about 20 MPG. In an infiniti forum some guys told me to use BGK44 from now on and I just did that. After refueling completely with BGK44 the fuel efficiency went up slightly to 21 MPG but never back to what it was initially. Does anyone know what happened and if I may need to replace somethings, fuel filter, injector ... ?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Comments: I haven't noticed a change in MPG using periodic only "Techron" fuel treatment but also my own personal vehicle use isn't conducive to accurate assessment of true MPGs - too many short trips, extended warm up time so you can see and so forth.

If the solvents are working they could reduce efficiency IMO while cleaning up as if it were straight engine would barely run on it.

I do believe periodic use can help prevent problems but not as often as the marketing on containers. As a cure when a real problem comes along, fuel system parts may need replacement or professional cleaning.

If you are up to date with periodic maintenance you shouldn't need to do this often IMO.

Also - it's easy in one tank to get an inaccurate MPG # due to pumps that shut off early or later and an assortment of variables. It's hard to believe that 4oz of a treatment in 17 gals of fuel would cut mileage in half!

T

infinit Q45 doesnt acclerate or go over 45mph

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Question From mikekane0982 on infinit Q45 doesnt acclerate or go over 45mph

i have an 1992 infiniti q45 , It has a V8 with 159000 miles on it,tranny and motor run good ,no noise and shifts fine.but I replaced the cats some coils,fuel filter,maf sensor,spark plugs, My car had this problem in december and I replaced all that I just listed.but now it slowly has gotten worse then before.It has good gas pressure.the fuel pumps good.Theirs no check engine light on.The newest symptoms are it doesnt accelerate at all.I cant get it to go over 1800 rpms if I try it bucks or has no response.and the longer the drive the worse and worse it gets.I eventually cant go no more.It comes to a crawl to 30 mphs at 1500rpms.It has a rough idle but its not that bad.If I rev it in park I can get it to go up to 4000rpms but quickly goes done to 700 rpms and then wont go back up unless I take my foot off the gas.Sometimes it runs alittle better but not often enough to count.No one can figure it out since theirs no check engine light.And Im sick of getting ripped off.So please help me out in anyway.Has anyone had these similiar problems?Does anyone know what it could be?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

You just said it has a rough idle. Rough suggests it isn't burning fuel properly which probably killed the cats to begin with unless they plain rusted out.

No load revving as even a test is a good way to make scrap metal out of that engine. I'd do a compression test on this and check for exhaust restrictions,

T

Response From mikekane0982

i had the cats done in december because they were bad .i also had the maf sensor fuel filter and coil done at the same time.it ran better but not 100%.it slowly got to the point it is at now.it used to sometimes not let me rev past 5000rpms while driving , it acted like it was getting stuck or like it cant go any further.and while it was acting like this , if it was a long drive it would slowly get worse.it would get down to 2000rpms and have that problem.it would slowly lose power.shorter rides were better.but now it wont go past 1800 rpms.if i try to press the gas it bogs down and sometimes bog down so much it turns off other times it feels like it cant go no where.like somethings holding back.it sounds like burrrrrrr when i press the gas.it also backfires in the intake sometimes if i hold the gas down.what can it be?could the old cats clog the mufflers and when i replaced them it freed up some flow but since it didnt fix the problem the new cats got over heated and now are clogged and its 10 times worse?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Mufflers don't usually clog up but it's possible. At miles and age with the running rough history I'd be diagnosing for timing, valve timing, and exhaust restriction - perhaps again with even new converters. It's older and some miles on this. High RPMs without load is pushing it with about any engine. Back firing suggests valve timing, regular timing, burnt valves especially intake, weak valve springs or more.

Compression test and testing for restrictions would be good information. Checking each spark plug in comparison to others could be telling as well. Anytime an engine isn't running smoothly and well it is usually dumping unburned fuel to converters that can overheat, plug up even if relatively not that old.

As said they can rust such that connections are beyond repair but burning out from inside is usually from them working too hard for too long and checking again for restrictions would help,

T