REMOVE - Continued.
Fuel is very flammable and can
To avoid serious injury or death:
Always wear safety glasses/goggles
at all times.
Keep fuel away from open flame or
any spark (ignition source).
Keep at least a B-C fire extinguisher
within easy reach when working with
fuel or on a fuel system.
Do not work on fuel system when
engine is hot; fuel can be ignited by a
Post signs that read "NO SMOKING
WITHIN 50 FEET" when working with
open fuel lines or fuel tanks.
Loosen hose clamp (11) and disconnect fuel
hose (12) from the tube at multiple connector
Unthread tube coupling nuts (14) and remove
metal tube (15) from multiple connector (13) and
fuel injector (16). Remove and discard rubber
compression sleeves (17).
Loosen fluid passage bolt (18) enough to rotate
multiple connector (13) to gain access to hex
head cap screws (19).
Remove hex head cap screws (19), lockwashers
(20), washers (21), and fuel filter assembly (1)
from cylinder head assembly (22). Discard
lockwashers. Take care not to spill fuel when
removing the filter assembly.
Place fuel filter assembly (1) over a drip pan.
Unscrew filter assembly drain plug (23) located
on the bottom of the filter assembly.
Drain all the fuel from the fuel filter assembly into
the drip pan and install drain plug (23). Dispose
Remove and discard gasket (24) and rubber
compression sleeve (25) from induction heater
fuel pipe and fuel injection pump line.
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