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JD 650 fuel filter

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650 new to me

11-03-2012 17:03:05

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mid 80s 650. was replacing fuel filter, could not stop fuel flow with lever in any direction. Which way is off? Also I put the new filter in the bowl with the hole on the filter facing down, is that correct? Is there a better way to remove the bowl retaining ring than a using a screwdriver and rubber mallet? Where can I pick up an owners manual? Thats all. thanks.

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11-04-2012 02:59:41

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 Re: JD 650 fuel filter in reply to 650 new to me, 11-03-2012 17:03:05  
Your Deere dealer can get you an operators and/or parts manual. They come up on eBay from time to time too. The ring has been overtightened if it takes a mallet to loosen it. Hand tight should do it. The on-line parts diagram makes it look as if the hole on the filter goes up. Look at the diagram on the JD parts web site to be sure. I'd bet than turning the shut-off handle 90 degrees from where you found it when the tractor was operating would turn the fuel off. That would probably be with the lever sticking out, away from the engine.

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