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Old 08-21-2015, 03:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Greetings! The in tank fuel pump has a screen, the size of a tea bag, and it is made of a white plastic on the ones I have seen.
It is not normally changed as you must drop the tank to remove it.

Some may have called it a filter, but screen is more to the point of whats in there.
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I believe there is a filter within the canister as well. The tea bag filters out coarse poop
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The "tea bag" is often referred to as the Fuel Pump Pickup Sock or Fuel Pump Sock. As "Dudleydo" pointed out it is designed to capture larger material. Finer contaminants are trapped by the fuel filter, either in-line or in-tank.
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This is about F6 Scrum fuel injected as made for Japan, not export.
Who is going to destroy their fuel pump to see what is inside?
The fuel filter as installed is in the return line, indicating contamination is getting into fuel from the injectors.
I will see if my mech has an old pump around or has attempted to repair a pump, I might see him today, if so i will post what he said.
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Greetings! Until l I find my mech, heres a inside view. "might" be a small screen inside housing beside tea bag.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbzEeWy1b3o
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Number 3 is the fuel filter. It's very hard to find on it's own though.
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# 3 is NOT the fuel filter. watch the video again please. What manual did picture come from? What is the list say on the picture of what # 3 is?

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That diagram is just one that came up on "Google" for DA63T in tank filter.
Below is the EPC parts list for "Gamblers" DA63T.
The only proper Suzuki workshop manual I have for the carry is for the GA413.
This diagram shows the same arrangement for the DA63T.
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Greetings! The problem is, this post is about a F 6 Scrum as built for Japan mainland. The manual you are posting from is NOT a Suzuki Scrum.
And it is not about Gambler Z vehicle.
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I give up, it was about a filter. Now it's what ever you want it to be. "Gamblerz" was just an example of in tank.
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