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landman

Paystar 5000 question

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What is the name and function of the 3 canisters circled in red. they look like filters to me. Once I know what they are, I'll research as to where they hook up.

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hey landman

I am not 100% sure but I suppose that  number 18 and 16are the fuel filter and the water separator. Number 116 could be something like a cold weather starting unit.

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I thought the same about 116 , cold starting unit,  but I've been wrong before 

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18 minutes ago, gotnitro? said:

I thought the same about 116 , cold starting unit,  but I've been wrong before 

What would be in it ether or some starting fluid?

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wow, that's really vague in the instructions - one of the cylinders (the one on the rh side) on the radiator support could be/is probably the receiver dryer for the air conditioner system.

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I have the original logger kit and it has a page that gives descriptions for all the part numbers. It only calls all 3 of these, filters. It lists fuel filters separately. I wish that I could help more, but I don't know. I even looked at several online pictures, but none appear to be quite the same.

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The one on the right hand(passenger) side of the radiator should be a coolant filter, the one on the left hand(drivers) side of the radiator is the power steering reservoir, And the one on the firewall is a fuel filter(shown upside down)

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So the coolant filter plumbs to the rad, the power steering plumbs to the pump (assuming there is one and the fuel one is on le feed line between the tank and the pump, right?

 

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Thanks for the Info  ! Most of these parts resemble melted blobs of plastic usually so actually identifying them makes it more interesting 

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