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the filter is under the car . there should be a plastic clip on one side and a screw in connection on the othe. 5/8 and 3/4 wrenches needed. First off pull the fuel pump fuse and start the car when it dies, keep trying to start it till it wont attempt to run this relieves fuel pressure in the system then change the filter your tank does not need to be empty or full it doesn't matter. Dont forget when u r done to reinstall the fuse. Jack the vehicle up with stand support on the front of the engine. u will see the fuel filter under the vehicle, near the door on the right side. plastic clips are sqeezed and pulled out. remove clamp if exist. put filter on in the right direction. follow arrrow on filter.
Do you have an in line fuel shut off that you turned off last year and forgot to turn on???
Try and remove the fuel line from the carb. If gas flows out you are getting fuel to the carb.If the above 2 items are ok the problem is in the carb..
I would try next to check for spark. Remove the spark plug and set it on the engine block or any metal. attempt to start , crank the engine . Is there spark?? If not and it is a lawn mower follow the spark plug wire back under the coverThe othe r end is connected to the coil/magneto Replace it . When replacing it ,you will have to gap the space between the coil and the flywheel. I use a business card.
If you have a tractor and no spark make sure the safety sw.s are working properly. Seat sw., brake/glutch sw?,deck sw. engage sw. be fore you change the coil/magneto.
On lawn mowers sometimes mice get in under the cover and nest. they will chew the spark plug/coil; wire.
Apparently, the above posted steps do work, but they are finicky. The manual suggests that you do the aforementioned steps with the remote - I had tried with the remote and when that did not work I tried directly on the controls on the unit itself. Neither had worked - after multiple attempts, hence the posting above. The solution was that the various steps need to be done speedily - when I previously did it I apparently did not press the sequence rapidly enough. Nothing in the manual suggests that this is the case (and in fact I thought I had previously followed the steps in rapid succession on at least one of the many times I had tried, but apparently not quickly enough). I never could get this rapid succession of steps to work with the remote (as the manual said I needed to), but I did ultimately get the rapid succession of steps to work when done directly to the unit itself. The first three steps need to be completed within approximately 1-1.5 seconds, the final push of the volume+ button did require 2 or more seconds before the process was recognized (and complete). Never did have a single FixYa party try to address my issue - perhaps you only really get responses from them when you pay for their monthly service.
Here is the link to the user manual;
The red light indicates a filter needs replacing, see page 6 of the manual (page 9 of the pdf file)
If filters have been replaced and the light still flashes, then the reset procedure (described on the same page) should work.
If still flashing then there is a more serious, but probably fixable fault.
Hope this helps - ask again if you need more info :)