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Old 08-09-2019, 07:23 PM   #1
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Anybody change fuel filters on Cat C-9?

Looking to change fuel filters/separator on C- 9, need help on how to best do this. Looks like thereís a shutoff valve on fuel line to filter/separator
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Looking to change fuel filters/separator on C- 9, need help on how to best do this. Looks like thereís a shutoff valve on fuel line to filter/separator
Start motor let run for a few minutes. Turn off shutoff valve, fill the first filter by putting your finger over the big hole fill with clean fuel only through the small holes. Install filter open valve start motor. Then do the same thing to the next filter. Don't forget to close the valve because the fuel will run back to the tank, bad deal. Mine has a priming pump that you have to pump and pump but the problem is it's facing the wrong way to really pump.
Always carry clean fuel and a new set of filter with you, you never know when you may need them.
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