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Old 08-14-2009, 06:03 PM
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Changing the filter in the FRAM HPG-1 fuel filter assembly

When I bought my hot rod, there was a Fram HPG-1 fuel filter on the car. Does anyone know the proper procedure for changing the filter inside? Thanks a ton.

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Old 08-14-2009, 06:12 PM
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Loosen the center bolt that is in the center of the mounting bracket until you can turn the canister and unscrew the bolt or the can until it comes off. Clean out the can and replace the o-rings and reverse the process.

You will want the tank empty or a way to pinch or plug the feed line or it will siphon fuel if it is mounted below the fuel level.
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I appreciate it. Thanks for the help.
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the replacement filter and o ring kit is available from most major auto parts suppliers under fram #hpgc-1.
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