Ask the Experts: Keeping Diesel Fuel Clean Part III – Water Separation Filters

Ask the Experts

Keeping Diesel Fuel Clean Part III – Water Separation Filters

You will eventually get water into your diesel fuel tank. Could be condensation, a leaky filler tube or from the marina where you fuel up. It is not a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when’. Craig Morley explains the purpose and installation of the water separation filter and it’s proper maintenance. A bit of preparedness will safe you hours (or days) of grief. Craig is a certified marine surveyor, diesel technician and is certified by ABYC. We caught up with Craig at a Diesel Maintenance workshop he was conducting at the Mimico Cruising Club in Mississauga, ON. 

Ask the Experts: CY is working with long time sailing instructor, author and founder of www.InformedBoater.com, Rob MacLeod. Rob is constantly amazed at what he doesn’t know about boating and sailing. Fortunately, coming up to his 40th anniversary in the boating industry, Rob has a long list of ‘experts’ that he can call on to get the information he needs.

This is your opportunity to help Rob help you and other boaters seek out that more difficult to find information. What questions do you have that Rob can ask the experts and put into a 3-minute video?

Keeping Diesel Fuel Clean Part III – Water Separation Filters

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