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Moeller Clear Site Water Separating Fuel Filter System w/Powder-Coated Head

Item # 75848
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Key Features

  • Separates fuel from water for better maintenance

  • Reusable water collecting bowl drains the water

  • For 2 and 4-cycle outboard engines only

  • Not for use with diesel fuel

  • Includes filter head, hose barbs, filter, and bowl


Our Price   $69.99

Availability: In Stock

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moeller The perfect solution for ethanol blended fuels. Ethanol mixes more easily with water than with gasoline, increasing fuel tank condensation, fuel separation, and octane imbalance. Moeller's Clear Site Filters help the process of water removal for better fuel system maintenance. Reusable water collecting bowl extends the life of the filter by draining collected water. Easy turn thumb screw provides a positive grip while draining bowl. For 2 and 4-cycle outboard engines only. High performance 3/8" NPR ports. Not for use with diesel fuel. System includes filter head, hose barbs, fuel filter, and water collecting bowl.

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Site Glass Leakage

By Rick

from Lake Gaston, NC

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    • Difficult to Use

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    • Engine

    Comments about Moeller Clear Site Water Separating Fuel Filter System w/Powder-Coated Head:

    Air enters the system through the site glass threads and gas leaks through the same threads. With the petcock valve fully closed you can see air bubbles come up by the threads well below the site glass bottom. Attempted to use with a new Yamaha four stroke. Engine would not run at high speed due to air entering the system.

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    • Q:

      I bought a used boat with moeller clear site water separating fuel filter on it. I would like to have a booklet on this unit. Is it possible? If so how can I get it.
      Thank You
      Pene
      Asked on 8/29/2009 by pene from east brunswick nj

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        A:

        There should be no problem with that. Please either call us at 1-800-334-6541 and speak with someone in our Tech Department or you can go to moellermp.com.

        Answered on 9/3/2009 by Chad @ Overton's from Greenville, NC
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      need to know how it operates. I bought a used boat and it has this type of separator, when I turn the valve vacuum pulls air into it and gas drips out after suction. If there were water would have mexed back in with the gasoline?
      thank you for you time.
      Pene
      Asked on 8/28/2009 by Pene from new jersey

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        A:

        It sounds like the one you have needs to be replaced. The fuel water seperator does just that. It seperates the water from the fuel and sends the fuel to the engine while holding the water until it is manually drained from the holding area.

        Answered on 9/3/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTONS TECHNICIAN
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