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  • Fuel filter/water seperator manual

    Dear all,
    I'm looking for the manual of the fuel filter/water seperator of my DF115A >

    https://www.sandsmarineonline.co.uk/...5900-98j00-000

    Can anyone perhaps point me ?

    THANKS,
    V.

    Suzuki Outboard Fuel Filter Water Separator 65900-98j00-000 protects outboards from DF5 - DF300 from fuel contaminates and

  • #2
    Get a racor / parker & be done with it. 320R-RAC Series Gasoline Fuel Filter with Plastic Bowl - for Outboard Engine Applications. Install it where ever it is convenient to drain & change, between tank & primer bulb.

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    • #3
      After getting the READING GLASSES out & reading your post I see the suzy filter is very similar to the racor. The clear bowl comes off (unscrews) the filter element fits on a nipple on the main housing then the bowl with the red ring in the bottom screws back on with a new "O" ring. If the red ring is floating in the housing, there is water. The drain valve is used to remove any water that has collected in the bowl. I can't find any Manual or Directions for this very common type filter. Good luck on your project!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by tsturm View Post
        After getting the READING GLASSES out & reading your post I see the suzy filter is very similar to the racor. The clear bowl comes off (unscrews) the filter element fits on a nipple on the main housing then the bowl with the red ring in the bottom screws back on with a new "O" ring. If the red ring is floating in the housing, there is water. The drain valve is used to remove any water that has collected in the bowl. I can't find any Manual or Directions for this very common type filter. Good luck on your project!
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        • #5
          https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5S28y1...ature=youtu.be

          Hope this helps, what can go wrong will go wrong.

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