It is time for me to replace my fuel seperator according to the manual (100hrs.) I am a relatively new boat owner so I apologoze if this questions is mundane or routine. I replaced my oil filter a couple weeks back and was wondering if I should expect the same when I replace the fuel seperator. Also, should I expect fuel to pour out when I unsrew the seperator or is there some kind of stopage? Anybody with a heads up would be greatly appreciated.
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Thread: Fuel Seperator Replacement
07-28-2004, 05:32 PM #1Junior Member
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Fuel Seperator Replacement
08-04-2004, 08:55 PM #2Guest
Replying to Topic 'Fuel Seperator Replacement'
just like the oil filter, fill it with fuel first, better start up
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