Fuel Shutoff

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  • #8805

    Bruce Cohn

    Hi all,
    Our 2008 N37 Picture Perfect is relatively new to us(purchased last year as Cardiac-A-Rest IV) and I have many questions relating to maintenance.
    Let me start with:
    Is there a fuel tank shutoff for replacing all the filters including the polisher?

    I will be back with more questions, I promise.
    Thank you
    Bruce Cohn/Denise Mumm

  • #8806

    Henry Dennig

    Hopefully, some of the N37 owners can chime in to give a more accurate reply.
    The boats are plumbed a bit different with a mix of fuel valves, different filters, etc. On our boat, we do not have fuel tank shutoffs, but we have multiple valve fuel manifold.
    For replacing filters, I do not need to close any valves.
    Henry Dennig

    • #8808

      Bruce Cohn

      Thank you for reply, Henry. I was going to assume that since the tank is well below the filters, gravity will keep the fuel in check, but assumptions can lead to messy cleanup!

  • #8812

    Chris Kelly

    By any chance did you get a copy of the onwers manual it has step by step instructions. If you need a copy I can send you one.

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  • #8844

    Bruce, did you get the info you need to maintain your fuel filtration system? I haven’t been receiving Forum notifications for some reason. Contact me any time for help.

    Dick Hermann
    N37 Avocet

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