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  1. #1

    Default Fuel Water Separator Question

    Hello all.... I have a PCM 351 in a '92 Supra Comp ts6m with a Fuel/Water Separator in need of replacement.

    Am I correct in understanding any separator, provided it mates with the mounting holes, will work or am I needing to find a specific model unit? Also, in either case, any suggestions on the best (most reasonably priced) place online or otherwise to get one? Online searches are showing in the $50-60 range, but that's with the mounting assembly as well... I really just need the separator itself.

    Thanks in advance!

  2. #2
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    Default Re: Fuel Water Separator Question

    Ayuh,... It sounds like all ya need is a filter that fits yer filter housing...
    Any Grease is Better,... Than No grease at All....

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    Default Re: Fuel Water Separator Question

    Chris, if the base adapter is usable, I agree with Bill. Just replace the cartridge.
    You'll find up to three different cartridge spin-on thread sizes, so perhaps take your old cartridge along with you.

    If your base adapter is corroded, replace it, or bead blast it, and clean it up. Been there/done that, and it works just fine.

    Now, if you want a premium style fuel/water separating system, look at the Parker RACOR units.
    These can now be bought through GLM and Sierra, and can be a retro-fit kit for your existing base adapter.
    Again, all you need is the spin-on thread size.


    Or purchase the entire kit.
    Rick ... aka Ricardo
    Portland, Oregon
    28' SDN F/B w/ twin Volvo Penta 5.7L DP's

  4. #4

    Default Re: Fuel Water Separator Question

    I have 2 of these on my boat and I'm happy with them. $18 bucks each with filter & mounting bracket.

    You can get replacement filters for this at NAPA.


    Seachoice Fuel/Water Separator




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