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Subject: Re: Kohler Generator


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Jack Richardson
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Date Posted: 10/ 31/ 05, 5:14pm
In reply to: Sam 's message, "Kohler Generator" on 10/ 23/ 05, 5:13am

When changing the fuel filter, if you loosen the banjo (that's what we called them on our British cars)fitting on the discharge side of the filter, and use the manual overide (tickler)on the fuel pump until fuel comes out, it will usually get most of the air out. If you have fuel seepage around the fittings, buy new copper washers, and the little rubber O rings for the small fittings on the fuel lines. Continued wrenching will eventually strip the pot metal. Also if you use NAPA filters, compare the 1048 to the 1806 that they call for also in their book. The 1806 is longer. Ask your NAPA dealer to give you the price break they give to big filter users. The 1798 for the Cat 3208, and the 1806 are in the $6-7 dollar range. That means use their account # and pay cash. There are plenty of Kohler users and repairers out there that will be glad to help you fix any problem. A manual is money well spent, if you have any questions E Mail me Jack

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