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where can i get fuel filter clips? :/

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by marshall-12, Jul 9, 2012.

  1. marshall-12

    marshall-12 Member

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    managed to break both fuel filter clips :/ its still on as half of them are still in there but i need to change the filter and cant till i get these clips.
    they attach onto here:

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    the black plastic ones you push down.
    any idea where i can get them or what there called? cant seem to find them on ebay
    cheers
     
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  3. s3dave

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    I think they are called Bundy fittings im not sure where you would get them apart from Audi...
     
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    Not something I have ever seen available... and I have looked as I wanted some myself... went to a scrap yard in the end for mine... however... if you are looking to replace them on hard lines (plastic pipe) then tbh you would be better off buying the complete hose as the ends (assuming you could actually buy them) will be near on impossible to fit in the plastic pipes... they are heat shrunk on from what I can tell, don't come off without splitting the pipe and the pipe is too stiff just to push in... even if you could it wouldn't seal properly (which is why they are heat shrunk on)

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  5. marshall-12

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    yeah had a feeling i might have to get to a scrappy.
    im not looking to change the whole pipe or end, literally just the lastic clips you pull up to alloy you topull of the pipe then push back down once new one is in
     

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