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I looked it up and I searched on here. Is there not an interval for changing the fuel filter? It looks like its in the tank but I don't even see a procedure for changing it in the service manual. Am I missing something...on a fuel injected engine?
 

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No one?

Crappy copy and paste job but I saw nothing in the scheduled maintenance to change the fuel filter nor a procedure.

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Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be performed by the dealer
List of operations and type of intervention
[set mileage (km/mi) or time interval *] Km. x1000 1 12 24 36 48 60
mi. x1000 0.6 7.5 15 22.5 30 37.5
Months 6 12 24 36 48 60
Changing engine oil • • • • • •
Changing engine oil filter • • • • • •
Cleaning engine oil intake filter •
Checking engine oil pressure • •
Checking and/or adjusting valve clearance (1) • • • • •
Checking timing belt tension (1) • • •
Changing timing belts • •
Checking and cleaning spark plugs. Change them, if necessary • •
Checking and cleaning air filter (1) • • •
Changing air filter • •
Checking throttle body synchronization and idling (1) • • • • •
Checking brake and clutch fluid level • • • • • •
Changing clutch and brake fluid •
Checking and adjusting brake and clutch controls • • • • •
Checking/lubricating throttle/choke control • • • • •
Checking tyres wear and pressure • • • • • •
Checking brake pads. Change them, if necessary • • • • • •
Checking steering bearings • •
Checking chain tension, alignment and lubrication • • • • • •
Checking clutch plates pack. Change, if necessary (1) • • • • •
Checking rear wheel flexible coupling • •
Checking wheel hub bearings • •
Checking indicators and lighting devices • • • • •
Checking engine-to-frame screw nuts tightening • • • • •
Checking side stand • • • • •
Checking front wheel nut tightening • • • • •
Checking rear wheel nut tightening • • • • •
Checking external fuel lines • • • • •
Changing front fork fluid •
Checking front fork and rear shock for leakage • • • • •
Checking front sprocket fastening • • • • •
General lubrication and greasing • • • • •
Check and charge battery • • • • •
Vehicle test ride • • • • • •
Overall cleaning • • • • •
 

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Good info to know. Thanks. Still think that it's odd that there isn't a specified interval for it in the owner/service manual.
 
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