I'd do the high pressure vanos line 1000% if I was already in there. Just doesn't make sense not to.Not going to replace the vanos line if there's nothing wrong with it.. Unless there's a general consensus that they don't ever last longer than 90,000-100,000 miles.
I'm assuming to replace the vanos pump filter, you have to remove the vanos pump. So, unless that's not true, I'll replace it when I have to go back in for something else like the the vanos line. I'm kind of in a hurry to get everything finished since I've overshot my intended timeframe by a pretty large margin. I have a house for sale and don't want to be stuck with the car still opened up if I have a buyer wanting to close. Otherwise, I might have decided to remove the pumps to check everything out.
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