Where is the vent to bleed the air out. Does it require a open end wrench or an allen wrench......???I pulled up a pic of your filter head....the tubes are at different angles, but the config is the same with a push button primer on top.
Here's a pic of a replacement bleeder screw/bolt;
It should be to the side of the primer button, on top.
As you can see in the pic, it seals with an O-ring, so it only needs to be finger tight. The O-ring will actually seal before the bleeder bottoms out on the threads. And when opening to bleed the air, it may take several turns before the O-ring seal opens and air comes out.
Many times that plastic gets stripped, because it gets tightened like a lug nut.
Finger tight is all that's needed.
Thanks........appreciate the help. Now all I need is a step ladder to climb up to the fuel filter.......:smile2:I leave it closed, pump 'til firm, open bleeder to let displaced air vent out, close bleeder, pump 'til firm, start engine.
This ^is just for replacing the filter. If you've run out of fuel, it may take more pump/bleed cycles to fully prime ready to start.