Follow up - Changed the fuel filter today on the Genset. It was messy, but easy. Clamped off the fuel line (Rubber one) and did not have much drips, which were caught with my drain pan. Loosened the hold down bolt for the filter, to facilitate the removal of the hoses, and lines (one rubber hose, one metal line) then removed the line/hose fittings. Then when I put the new one in, I placed the filter in its location, started the hold down bolt, then attached the lines/hoses once I had them started into the holes by finger tightening, I finger tightened up the hold down bolt, finished tightening the hoses/lines. Then tightened the bolt snug once and once that was finished the job was done. Started genset to check for fuel leaks, none. Then drained out the coolant, refilled it with straight distilled water, let it run for three minutes or so, then, drained it out again, filled with ES Complete, jobs took couple of hours with setup/take down, cleanup. Then let genset run for about 30 minutes or so, to check for leaks and get any air out of the main fuel line. Now it’s not due again for two years. Great.
Monty & Janet - 2007 Alpine APEX 40 MDTS
S/N - 75715 - Retired - Master Certified RV Tech