I have a Marquis 5500 gold gen set and want to replace the fuel filter. Book says take to a dealer. I have the capability just not the instructions. Anybody out there that can walk me through ti.
should be right in front when you open the cover...squeez the clamps, move them away from filter, insert the new one and replace the clamps...just check to make sure there is no direction on the filter, if there is point the arrow toward the carb...
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New filter will improve performance and will help to keep your generator free of debris.
Firstly remove the fuel line from fuel tank to the injectors
Attach new fuel line back to the generator, cut the fuel line in a spot where line is not close.
Attach line coming from fuel injector to the side where arrow is pointing. check that you have one of hose lamps on the line.
Connect the end of the line running out of the tank to the other end of fuel filter. check wheather the fuel line is snug on the filter.
To check leak, start the generator.
Hi, I am new to all this but here goes. My husband and I have the Onan 5500 Marquis Gold on our RV. We know little about generators and no one told us not to let gas sit in there for a long time. We have cleaned the carburetor and are trying now to clean up the rest of the fuel system before we try to start it We have drained the gas and are ready to change the fuel filter. I have read the other posts. Any further tips? We are retired, can't afford to take it to a dealer. Appreciate the help. --lemondrop in Fort Worth
How to remove carburetor from Onan Marquis Gold 5500 generator
I'm very new at this! We have an Onan Marquis Gold 5500 Generator on our fifth wheel RV. The carburetor is gummed up with varnish and I need to replace it. Can someone give me step-by-step directions to safely remove the carburetor? Thanks from Ft. Worth