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Air filter, oil filter, fuel filter. And the fuel filter is something we do from the top. This is the fuel filter here. I've loosened the nuts already so it doesn’t take too long on tape. Take the nuts off. Actually, I will do it and we’ll come back in a second. So you're not taping nuts and bolts coming undone. These two are 16 millimeters spanners, I’ll try not to use special tools. So you can see what we can do at home. Back in a moment. Alright, I've loosen the fuel filter, come here and have a look now how the fuel filter comes off. These two plugs, pull out and just hook on the little hooks. So you pick them up with your finger, pull them off. That one is a little bit more difficult because it’s underneath there behind that casing. But it’s still just a little hook on the bottom. Pull it off, plug will come out. I did that with the screwdriver. The nuts are loose. This filter has got a big metal housing around it. So it has to come off to get to the filter. Don’t lose any bits, set them right there right away so they can't fall off. These are flexible fuel pipes. There are a couple of clips that hold them down, which you can undo if you need more access. That will come off like so. Lift that up. Get that metal bracket out of the way. Now, I've already loosened this one because I don’t want to film it struggling undoing it. Keep it up right when you do it. Unscrew it, it’s just like an oil filter canister. Just drain that fuel back into there. There’s a little bit of rubber on the top. Rubber seal ring there and rubber seal ring in there. So when it’s a pretty new one, make sure it’s still there. Some of them come with this plastic retaining clips on. I'm going to take that off, it just hooks into the holes. I'm going to peel that off, so this is exactly the same. That’s what's going to go back on. So check, sure that you get the right size thread to screw it on. Right physical size, right length. A shorter would be okay, but if you do a longer one it might fire something underneath. Now, little trick, if you put that on without fuel in it you will be cranking the car forever. If it gets going before it runs out of fuel it will be a miracle. It doesn’t happen. So, what we do is, technically this is not correct. And you probably should do it with fresh diesel. That will do it. Fresh diesel, fill it up to the brim. So you got no air in there, it’s less air to pump around when you're trying to start your car up. But what we’ll do is I will demonstrate how to do it how to assume you have air to bleed. Even if you fill it out to the brim, there will still be air in here. And once that gets into the pump then you got issues. Screw it in the right place. Screw it back up. It’s only got to be hand tight. When you come to undoing it, it will probably be stuck. So I used one of these, which just loops around it. Tightens up on itself. Nothing more than hand pressure to tighten it up. So that’s that. Make sure you bleed your drain piece up tight in the bottom as well. Back in. you have to treat the pipes with a reasonable amount of respect. You don’t want to kink them off. Okay, so that’s that. Stick the nuts back on. Tighten them up, I won't film that. Get these pretty plug connections back on. Push them all the way home. Alright, that’s the filter done. Before I try to start the car back up, I'm going to do the oil and air filter. So I'm just getting bits ready and we’ll come back and move on. Now, before we go underneath, going the rest of it. Bolt plugs, this is the Isuzu engine. So it's a really easy job, they're down here. This is another sort of service item. 1-2-3-4, all connected by common supply route. So, 8 millimeter socket. And you loosen the tops off which I've already done. With the last one. And then, make sure the ignition is off, because you don’t want any power coming to it. That slots slides off like so. I’ll pull it out so you can see it. That’s the supply route. Positive 12 volts. Bolt plugs are sitting down at the bottom. And then you want 12 mil socket. I’ll just pull one out to show you, there's nothing wrong with this one. Make sure there no dirt around the hole because if you drop any dirt inside then that would end up damaging the cylinders and potentially problems. That’s your bolt plug. Just looks like a bolt. And that’s the bit on the end that clicks off. Pretty good condition actually. It looks relatively fresh. Right, so there's 1-2-3-4 of them. Drop that back in the hole. And if you're not sure if your bolt plugs are working, these is where you would put a volt meter on to check that this power is actually getting to your bolt plugs. It should be 12 volts there. I winded one back in. that’s easy. There's not many details on it, it’s not really complicated. Wind them up. That will do. Stick the supply route back on. And you don’t actually have to undo all the 8 millimeter bolts on the top. Because the supply route slots comes in. super. If you have a bad on, they're about 10-15 quid each. Don’t over tight the 8 millimeter bolts on the top. It’s only a power connection. Alright that’s okay. Now that’s not all we're going to cover under the bonnet. But we're starting with the basic service items that you don’t have to get too involve with. Alright, I’ll do for that for the moment.