Brian from Sea Foam shows how to clean the top end of a boat engine and replace the fuel filter at the same time.
Most marine engine manufacturers recommend replacing fuel filters every year. Here’s a way to replace those new filters with a twist:
Before attaching the new filter, pour Sea Foam into the filter to deliver a high concentration of Sea Foam to the injectors or carburetors, pistons and chamber. Also a quick and effective remedy when troubleshooting or overcoming hard starts, rough idles, hesitation and loss of engine power.
- adding a cleaning dosage of Sea Foam to the fuel tank
- removing old filter
- pouring Sea Foam into the new filter
- complete hot soak procedure
Just watch – This is a safe and easy to follow system for cleaning any marine engine that uses a fuel filter or combination separator that holds fuel!