Question about Saddleman Rear Row Neoprene Seat Covers Quantum 85-88 19924-40
A partial blockage of the fuel system. The most
likely place for a blockage is at the main fuel filter, situated on the fuel line between the fuel
tank and the engine. The fuel filter is a bowl containing a disposable cartridge made of
corrugated paper designed to remove dirt particles greater than 10 micron in diameter.
Some filters will also remove water which is collected in a trap and must be drained at
The quickest way to resolve the problem is to get a sample of the fuel from the fuel tank
before the filter in a clean glass jar and look at it in a good light. If the fuel is clear and bright
then changing the fuel filter should fix the problem. If the fuel is hazy or has particles floating
in it, it will block filters and it should be replaced before the filter is changed
Posted on Nov 19, 2013
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Fill your fuel filter all the way up and take precaution not to get any air into pump. Try this several times. Once you get air into some pumps it can be very hard to bleed it off. There should be some way to bleed. Look on pump for bleeder.
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