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Newb Question-'02 660-where and what fuel filter?

Hey, I'm very green. Where will I find the fuel filter on my 2002 Grizz 660 and does anyone have a part # for the filter itself? Thanks guys.


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None and nowhere. The grizz doesn't have a conventional fuel filter like the one your probably looking for. What it does have is a small screen-like mesh on the intake of the petcock. This is located in the tank, so to clean it, you need to drain the tank and remove the petcock. After you do that, I would strongly recommend going to your local autoparts store and buying an small aftermarket filter to install in the line after the petcock.

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Yep, what NY says. There are two screens, one on each tube on the petcock. Take the petcock apart and clean it. It WILL have garbage in it. Actually, I'd take the entire tank off and clean it while you're at it too.

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X3^^^^^^. No fuel filter, just the screen in the tank.
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i put an inline filter on mine and had to take it off, it kept on vapor locking and wouldn't run right.

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i put an inline filter on mine and had to take it off, it kept on vapor locking and wouldn't run right.
Let me guess, you put an automotive type and not a small, clear plastic, screen type, motorcycle, fuel filter in it.

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got one from yamaha, a little small one and did not run right so then went and got one from the part store and done the same thing!

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use a small, clear plastic, screen type, motorcycle filter. about $3 from napa. Install it 4" from the end of the fuel line where goes into the carb. These kind don't cause vapor lock or more correctly poor fuel flow in a gravity fed fuel system. I also had problems with all fuel filters except these kind.

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Can anyone recommend a part number for an inline fuel filter? Thanks.
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I believe that the type the guys are suggesting is like this one

I have used a metal case filter on my '02 660 without issues but I think I'll change it out for one of these types simply because you can see the fuel and the filter media inside...the filter screen is also removable/cleanable in many of these. As for a part number, just check with your local auto parts or hardware store or do a Google search for "universal fuel filter".

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Yep. It's a great idea. Autozone has a thin, glass (full see thru) incased filter that's perfect.

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None and nowhere. The grizz doesn't have a conventional fuel filter like the one your probably looking for. What it does have is a small screen-like mesh on the intake of the petcock. This is located in the tank, so to clean it, you need to drain the tank and remove the petcock. After you do that, I would strongly recommend going to your local autoparts store and buying an small aftermarket filter to install in the line after the petcock.
@UpstateNYGrizz - thanks my man... I did end up taking the screen out and cleaning it and it did make some difference. I also learned how to do so without draining the tank which was cool as well. Your advice was great for a newb like myself. Thanks again.


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I purchased the filter DizzGrizz has pictured and it looks like it is going to be too large. If it fits, it will be a very tight fit.

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The universal filter was too large and the NAPA 740-1158 filter was too fragile. I broke two installing them--each split at the plastic weld. I ended up going with a Briggs and Stratton mesh filter #394358S and it went in with no problems.

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