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I have some start-problems with my 2002 Volvo S60 D5 when the temperature drops below the freezing point. It does that from time to time here in Norway...

The battery is working fine, and is in premium condition, so my next step is to replace the diesel filter. I got a tip from a mechanic who said that this could solve my problem....

Any opinions on this tip?

Any idea if the replacment of the diesel filter is easy to do? Do I need any special tools?
Where is the filter located?

Your advice is much appreciated.

Best regards

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I wish I could help you but we don't have diesels here in the U.S. But I know that when you change them you are supposed to fill them up with fuel before you put the new one on to help prime it.You might want to just have a shop do it.
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