Author Topic: Hyundai i30 2010, 1,6: Diesel filter change: Problems open a hose clamp  (Read 163 times)

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Hello!

I have a Hyundai i30 2010 mod 1.6 Diesel, I have tried to change the Diesel filter, it was easy until I came to this hose clamp.

Does anyone know how to remove/open it?

It would save me a lot of money if i find it out!





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  • au Australia
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Normally you would push the tab in and it should then let the connector to be pulled off. I guess you've given the hose a twist looks like there's maybe a little corrosion on the pipe. As far as I know all those connectionscare the same type
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  • au Australia
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Normally you would push the tab in and it should then let the connector to be pulled off. I guess you've given the hose a twist looks like there's maybe a little corrosion on the pipe. As far as I know all those connectionscare the same type

Yes normally push tabs on both sides then pull off.
 
This type, from memory, you push up on the metal tube,  push that orange tab sideways, then pull connector off tube.
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  • gb United Kingdom
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From your pictures looks like you missing blue or yellow clip on that connector. You may need to replace it.

Yes, i think the yellow clips is missing, and i need to replace it, does anyone know how to do it? Can you get the part from eBay?
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The one I'm thinking of may have had the coloured tab missing, but it was still usable.

Just disconnect it the way I described, then refit it later.

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