Q: Hi OK I reaplaced the fuel filter and know I have to prime it

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OK I reaplaced the fuel filter and know I have to prime it

My car has 268550 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

You really don’t have to prime the system. The engine will just crank a little longer on the initial start. If you do want to prime it, just turn the key to the On position for 3 seconds, turn the key back off, then start the car.

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