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Water and Gas seperator question #13466109 03/10/20 03:29 AM
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I have an older boat and it has a Water/Gas separator that resembles an oil filter on a car. Do these have to be replaced or can you just take them off and dump them out ever so often?
My Yamaha 1990 150 Pro V just began to not idle without dying. I was thinking simple first, Water gas Separator, Fuel filter, fuel pumps. Any other thoughts would be appreciated.

Re: Water and Gas seperator question [Re: mavsfan] #13466143 03/10/20 04:55 AM
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Change it out as it traps water and trash.


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Re: Water and Gas seperator question [Re: mavsfan] #13466246 03/10/20 12:33 PM
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I change mine annually.




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Re: Water and Gas seperator question [Re: mavsfan] #13466274 03/10/20 01:01 PM
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Thank you, I'll change it. Good luck out there!

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