Any help on this question on bleeding fuel filters would be much appreciated…
I have just fitted an inline fuel filter (one of those small see through jobs..) into the fuel line supplying the Johnson 4 stroke 115 on our rib (need to do this as have also installed a fuel flow sensor in the line and it needed a filter upstream).
The question I have is that there remains some air in the filter body that won’t go away. The engine runs fine, but I have not run it at high power settings as it’s out of the water at present. Any ideas or advice on how to get rid of the air, or indeed if it is even a problem??