The gas your INFINITI vehicle runs on contains contaminants, leftovers from its production process. If it weren't for your fuel filters -- namely, a strainer in the fuel tank, and one in the main fuel line -- they'd build up in your fuel pump and fuel injectors, not to mention the rest of your engine (gas, diesel, or otherwise). At that point, they'd start to cause problems. In short, it'd get tougher for your fuel system to move gas, and that usually means engine trouble. Luckily, a fuel filter that's going bad has some telltale signs, and they're relatively easy to spot. They include:
Complete engine failure, however, is usually consistent with fuel filter failure. Seeing any of the symptoms? Plug in a code reader and run an inspection to get a better idea of what's happening. If the results indicate fuel filter problems, your best option is replacement.
Save When You Repair Your Fuel System the Right Way -- Using Genuine INFINITI Fuel Filters
Your OEM makes its fuel filters to fit its models specifically, whether yours is a car like the INFINITI Q50 or INFINITI G37 or one of many SUVs. Therefore, they're the best choices for when it's time for a change. You're in luck: you can order them right here online at our auto parts store, and at prices up to 35% lower than the MSRP that other websites and dealers may charge. Browse our catalog by model and model year and buy today, and we'll ship right away, directly to your door.
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