I hae changed several 3010 and 4010 fuel filter setups and it is easy and much better to change filters on.There are two ways to do it,you can get a base off a 4020 that uses the two spin on filters(they are often listed on Ebay).You have to put a slight bend in the fuel line to make it line up right.Or you can buy the latter style base that uses a single glass filter.Most of the original 4010 filters leak some and they are a pain to change filters on,for about $40-75 you can buy a 4020 base.If you use the hand pump to get the air out of both filters you should not have to bleed the injecters.With the 4020 spin on filters we fill the bottom filter with fuel before putting it on(saves wear and tear on your finger from the hand pump)LOL
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