E32-3 M-25 Recirculating Fuel Bleed Assembly

Fuel Bleed Basics​

Bleeding the air out of the fuel lines is something every marine diesel engine owner eventually has to deal with. Changing fuel filters is a typical trigger for obtaining air bubbles in the fuel lines. But, one might also get lucky and have an operational issue while under way. Why do this? Diesel engines don't like to run when air is interspersed with diesel fuel into the cylinders. The engine will usually stop running and be very difficult to...
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