Microgard inline fuel filter #33003 BAD

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Microgard inline fuel filter #33003 BAD

Postby Jawzjeep » Sun May 15, 2016 3:08 pm

New out the box. I got 2. I ran both after pump before carb. They last about 10 minutes. Both have failed.

The glue or whatever that holds the internal filter swelled up and looks like bacon fat. Gas has softened It. It has allowed the filter to be bypassed due to it no longer being held tight to the housing. Gas coming out of these filters is very contaminated. I have pics when I can figure out how to do it.
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Re: Microgard inline fuel filter #33003 BAD

Postby cep62 » Sun May 15, 2016 7:13 pm

So, is this related to your other post ?

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Re: Microgard inline fuel filter #33003 BAD

Postby Jawzjeep » Sun May 15, 2016 10:45 pm

Yes. I believe this to be the actual cause now. I had to pull apart the carb to see if anything really made it past the filters and into the carb. Ya. It did. Originally I thought that the filters had just dislodged inside of their clear housings which would allow gas to travel unfiltered past. Now I know that the gas was actually melting the glue-like substance and it was collecting in my carb. I have puddles of what looks like milk in my carb.

Sorry for the confusion.
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Re: Microgard inline fuel filter #33003 BAD

Postby Jawzjeep » Wed May 25, 2016 12:56 am

Here's the filter and the gas coming out.
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Re: Microgard inline fuel filter #33003 BAD

Postby Jawzjeep » Wed May 25, 2016 12:59 am

This is the gas after settling for a few.
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Re: Microgard inline fuel filter #33003 BAD

Postby JoGood » Wed May 25, 2016 6:10 am

WOW!!
'79 F250 Crew ~ '77 F750 Rollback ~ '77 F250 4x4 ~ '77 F150 ~ '77 F150 Supercab ~ '77 F100 Flare ~ '94 F150 ~ '73 F100 ~ '78 F150 ~ '85 F350 ~ '94 F250 Supercab
All in various stages of use & disrepair

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Re: Microgard inline fuel filter #33003 BAD

Postby Jasperrc » Fri May 27, 2016 12:39 pm

That's not good!


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