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Old 02-19-2014, 08:11 PM   #1
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Racor 790R30 Filter install.

Finally got around to installing my new fuel filter/pump. Very easy install with the most amount of time making a new bracket for mounting.
Wiring is a simple plug-in to existing plug.
Thanks again to Mike Canter for recommending this system.
No more worries about the old pump failing as it did with Mike.

Question? Can I use this pump to prime the secondary filter when I change it?
Thanks, Iver.

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Topman,

I made the same change a while back. Wish I had done it when I first got our coach. It is a really good unit.

Mine doesn't have the electric primer. Mine has the hand pump primer. I was concerned at first that possibly that was a mistake. It wasn't. It works really well. After I change the filters, about ten pumps on the primer and the engine is ready to run.

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Iver, great job. Yes you can use the pump to prime the primary and secondary filters. It will take about 60 seconds to do it.
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I have one of these filters on my exec, but the controller is missing. The pump is good but no way to use it. Any ideas where to get a controller.
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The wire harness kit is part # RK22902
The control panel part # RK22943

Parker/Racor: www.parker.com/racor
Parker - RACOR PRODUCTS

Hope that helps,
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Jim is yours the original RACOR unit that was installed or is this the new replacement. The original is painted white and the new one is aluminum.
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It is aluminium, not painted
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