How to Remove Fuel Filter 2011 Evinrude E-TEC 115hp
The fuel filter removal procedures covered herein apply to 105.4 cubic inch (1.7 L), 60° V 2011 Evinrude E-TEC 115, 130 hp models. Only refer to these factory directions when attempting to detach the fuel filter.
A fuel filter, also termed fuel strainer, is a component attached to the fuel line on an outboard internal-combustion engine. Fuel filters are intended to pass gas through the device and get rid of impurities, water or solid particles moving through it. A fuel filter is a porous device which mostly consist of a multilayer paper filter element. It is the paper filter element that is most responsible in netting and eliminating impurities within the fuel system. The fuel filter is one of the most neglected parts of an outboard motor. When a fuel filter does not receive proper attention, it is less able to withdraw contaminates from the gasoline. The fuel filter should be unfastened and inspected or detached and replaced on a regular interval.