That seems just about right. I'd say 10k if you're running hi-octane.xidica said:i've heard you were supposed to change fuel filter every 7500-10000 miles but i dunno if thats old car thing or every car thing any help would be beneficial =)
15K is good toojayare808 said:ive been thinking about changing my filter cause its been 17k since i bought the car. i did a search just now and heres what i found...
And spark plugs last 105,000 miles; And windshield wipers every 15k. How do you measure mileage on a wiper? It doen't have an odometer. Or do you just replace it when it doesn't work.SHAWN said:Dang you guys ,dont you ever read your owners manuals ???? The Fuel Filter should be changed at least every 60 K !!! I wouldnt think twice about replacing it every 30K if you want to be over protective !!!! But there is no need to replace it every 15K !!
Bearings and brake pads too! And I thought I would have an easy weekend.jkwright said:I noticed that Nissan doesn't list a recommended change interval for the fuel filter, either. I'm not sure why they decided to do this; both my '91 SE-R and my wife's '98 Altima listed fuel filter changes at 30K miles, which seemed prudent. You guys advocating 7500-mile fuel filter changes are *way* anal. May as well replace your brake pads and bearings, too.
Jarrod K. Wright
'02 3.5 SE 5-speed
'02 G20 Sport 5-speed
Well on my 95 Maxima, 130,000 miles and counting... So I pull out both manuals for the Max and Alty and they have the same stupid statement:deadrx7conv said:
Who has the most miles on their fuel filter??????