Originally Posted by gasman94
Hey Jason, that is the filter that I have, also. What is the part# and is it a simple squeeze clamp removal, replace, prime and go? Also, how many hours did you have on your genny when you had the problem? I only have about 27 on mine and have always used fuel stabilizer when storing and also try to run it for an hour every 30 days or so.
Sorry I did not keep the box with the part number. The RV dealership I got it from said there is only two different ones for that generator. The one earlier mentioned and the one we have. Any RV place or cumins dealer should know it if you give them your serial number.
I had about 700 on mine and the filter was not the issue so I would definitely not worry at 27.
My issue ended up being that I just had warranty work on the generator and when they were done, they never clamped the electrical and fuel lines back up so they were getting kinked when I closed the generator. I figured this out after I changed the filter. So 700 hours and technically it would have still been fine.
Easy change, you need to cut the old clamps off or cut the hose and then use normal clamps when reinstalling new filter. Both ends of the hose is plenty long enough if you cut them at the clamp. That is what I did and the dealership service guy recommended.
They gave me the NAPA brand of fuel filter.