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    Sorry I gave the wrong price it is $9.95 plus $5.00 shipping

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    $ 9.95 OEM Yamaha fuel filter
    Yamaha Mini-10 Micron Marine Fuel/Water Separating Filter - MAR-M10EL-00-00 - Supercedes MAR-MINIF-IL-TR 9.95
    See Yamaha does offer one but does not put them on their Ski. I love when I`m right...LOL Lol

    Take Care and have fun, That's what is all about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjk6119 View Post
    Sorry I gave the wrong price it is $9.95 plus $5.00 shipping

    PartsVu
    was created to better assist customers with parts selection, ordering, and installation for a wide variety of marine applications. From choosing the right parts and components for your Yamaha Outboard or Mercury Marine Engine to helping you select new marine electronics or the best boat trailer winch, we specialize in providing a knowledge component that goes beyond just offering parts for sale.
    PartsVu Parts Experts a call at 888-625-5460
    $ 9.95 OEM Yamaha fuel filter
    Yamaha Mini-10 Micron Marine Fuel/Water Separating Filter - MAR-M10EL-00-00 - Supercedes MAR-MINIF-IL-TR 9.95
    See Yamaha does offer one but does not put them on their Ski. I love when I`m right...LOL Lol

    Take Care and have fun, That's what is all about.
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    Those are not made to be under pressure.. Only on vacuum side of fuel system. I keep them in stock and install them every week.... on outboards.

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    Max. Flow Rate 15gph diesel
    35gph gasoline
    Max. PSI 150
    Working. PSI 75
    Height 6”
    Width 3.2”
    Depth 3.15”
    Weight 1.3lbs
    Element # R10
    Dirt Capacity 48.7gm
    (Soft C-2A)
    Dirt Removal 96% at 2 micron
    Rating w/A.C.F.T.D.
    Water Removal
    Efficiency
    less than 10 ppm free water
    in effluent

    Does not say "only on vacuum side of fuel system". Would you please show me where you saw this in the filter specs? But the 54 psi that Yamaha`s pump puts out is not exceeding the working pressure of this filter so it should be fine. Don`t you think? The filter does not care what side its on. True? It`s a filter, it will filter either side unless other wise stated. By the way, marina fuel does not contain ethanol so, there is no worry of a fuel filter getting clogged by some.

    Take Care
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    BBCaprice you just setback and kick up your heels we will work this out for you....
    Take Care and have fun...
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    Found the problem

    Quote Originally Posted by TJBrad04 View Post
    Safety mainly.... Especially if not using marine grade components. Poorly modified fuel systems can be deadly on pwc's. Ive had a customer's ski blow up on be after another shop said there was nothing wrong with it.... Trust me, not something anyone should have to experience.

    If Yamaha thought it needed an additional fuel filter, they would have put them in it... They are pretty smart when it comes to marine engines. The outboard engines have four filters on them. The only thing that I ever see clogging injectors is evaporated E10 fuel. The ethanol will leave behind deposits and can clog the filters in the injectors.

    This has nothing to do with the problem that you're experiencing and will only add complexity to a thorough diagnosis.
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    GREAT... The intermittent problems( loose injector connector it looks to be? )
    are the hardest ones to find. Your patience paid off for you.

    Take Care
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjk6119 View Post
    GREAT... The intermittent problems( loose injector connector it looks to be? )
    are the hardest ones to find. Your patience paid off for you.

    Take Care
    C J
    The terminal was broke off inside the connector body.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BBCaprice View Post
    The terminal was broke off inside the connector body.
    Congrats on finding the problem and an easy fix

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