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Wear Characteristics and Maintenance Tips: Filter Tips
A dirty air filter not only causes loss of engine power, but also increases fuel consumption.
Clogged air filters cause incomplete combustion and heavy carbon deposits on valves and pistons.
Overcleaning air filters may cause unnecessary damage to the element.
Undercleaning air filters robs the engine of the required amount of intake air.
Never clean a secondary air filter. When it is dirty, replace it with a new one.
In severe operating conditions, the secondary air filter should be replaced more often.
If dust is found on the clean side of the secondary air filter, the point of the leakage must be found and corrected before installing new filters.
Fill the machine’s fuel tank at the end of each working day to reduce condensation and moisture build-up in the fuel system.
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