Could someone guide me on changing the Gas Filter. Will the tank need to be removed or can it bee changed in place with some tupperware removal? Not sure where to start.......
Yup, you gotta remove the tank, which means a lotta tupperware gets removed also. It's a job, expecially if it's your first time, that really benefits from having a shop manual or a segment of Paul Sayegh's how-to DVDs to watch, before tackling the job. You should have a shop manual anyway, in my estimation.darryldaggs said:
Darryl, here is sumpthin' I found that I'd forgotten I had. Hope it helps you.darryldaggs said:
And some more 'stuff'.darryldaggs said:
Good luck, Darryl. You can do it.darryldaggs said:Thanks for the info I have a CLymers manual , clamps,filter(gas and air), and also I have had all tupperware off before exposing the tank just messin around. So with my manual and and info you guys passed on I belive I can handle it. THANKS A lOT!!
OK. First off if you have QD's on your fuel lines you don't need to worry about fuel running out, they have built in shutoffs.darryldaggs said:OK im stuck , I have the plastic off, battery unhooked, wiring disconnected for radio and fuel level gas tank exposed but I have not disconnected the gas lines yet Am I actually going to be unbolting the frame that holds the tank in place? I do not have hose clamps or the tool to squeeze besides pliers. I also do not have a clamp to keep gas from running everywhere(.25 of a tank) So next step should be ....... anyone chime in here , i'd love to have a Paul Sayehg(sp) DVD but not sure where to get that. I just need a little nudge is all so chime in.