Fuel Filter Element for Yamaha 6P3-WS24A-00 150 200 225 250 300HP Outboard 4strk

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Fuel Filter for Yamaha
Reference to:

Yamaha®: 6P3-WS24A-01-00, 6P3-WS24A-00-00, 6P3-24563-00-00, Sierra®: 18-79809

Sierra: 18-79809



Fits the following models:

Yamaha Outboard Motors:

150 hp F150AET1X - 2006 and Newer

150 hp F150JA_011 - 2006 and Newer

150 hp F150LA_011 - 2006 and Newer

150 hp F150TJR - 2006 and Newer

150 hp F150TJR_04 - 2006 and Newer

150 hp F150TLR - 2006 and Newer

150 hp F150TLR_04 - 2006 and Newer

150 hp F150TXR - 2006 and Newer

150 hp F150TXR_04 - 2006 and Newer

150 hp F150XA_011 - 2006 and Newer

150 hp FL150AET1X - 2006 and Newer

150 hp LF150TXR - 2006 and Newer

150 hp LF150TXR_0 - 2006 and Newer

150 hp LF150XA_01 - 2006 and Newer

175 hp VZ175TLR - 2006 and Newer

200 hp F200TXR - 2006 and Newer

200 hp LF200TXR - 2006 and Newer

200 hp LZ200TXR - 2006 and Newer

200 hp VF200LA_01 - 2006 and Newer

200 hp VF200LA_04 - 2006 and Newer

200 hp VZ200RTLR - 2006 and Newer

200 hp VZ200TLR - 2006 and Newer

200 hp Z200TXR - 2006 and Newer

225 hp F225TLR - 2006 and Newer

225 hp F225TXR - 2006 and Newer

225 hp LF225TXR - 2006 and Newer

225 hp VF225LA_01 - 2006 and Newer

225 hp VF225LA_04 - 2006 and Newer

225 hp VZ225HTLR - 2006 and Newer

225 hp VZ225TLR - 2006 and Newer

250 hp F250BTUR - 2006 and Newer

250 hp F250BTXR - 2006 and Newer

250 hp F250DET1X - 2006 and Newer

250 hp F250TUR - 2006 and Newer

250 hp F250TXR - 2006 and Newer

250 hp FL250DET1X - 2006 and Newer

250 hp LF250BTUR - 2006 and Newer

250 hp LF250BTXR - 2006 and Newer

250 hp LF250TUR - 2006 and Newer

250 hp LF250TXR - 2006 and Newer

250 hp VF250LA_01 - 2006 and Newer

250 hp VF250LA_04 - 2006 and Newer

250 hp VZ250FTLR - 2006 and Newer

250 hp VZ250TLR - 2006 and Newer

300 hp F300BET1U - 2006 and Newer

300 hp F300TUR - 2006 and Newer

300 hp F300TXR - 2006 and Newer

300 hp FL300BET1U - 2006 and Newer

300 hp FL300BET1X - 2006 and Newer

300 hp LF300TUR - 2006 and Newer

300 hp LF300TXR - 2006 and Newer

300 hp LZ300TUR - 2006 and Newer

300 hp LZ300TXR - 2006 and Newer

300 hp VZ300BTLR - 2006 and Newer

300 hp VZ300TLR - 2006 and Newer

300 hp Z300TUR - 2006 and Newer

300 hp Z300TXR - 2006 and Newer

350 hp F350AET1U - 2006 and Newer

350 hp F350AET1X - 2006 and Newer

350 hp F350TUR - 2006 and Newer

350 hp F350TXR - 2006 and Newer

350 hp F350UCA - 2006 and Newer

350 hp F350UCA_04 - 2006 and Newer

350 hp F350XCA - 2006 and Newer

350 hp F350XCA_04 - 2006 and Newer

350 hp FL350AET1U - 2006 and Newer

350 hp FL350AET1X - 2006 and Newer

350 hp LF350TUR - 2006 and Newer

350 hp LF350TXR - 2006 and Newer

350 hp LF350UCA - 2006 and Newer

350 hp LF350UCA_0 - 2006 and Newer

350 hp LF350XCA - 2006 and Newer

350 hp LF350XCA_0 - 2006 and Newer




A fuel filter is a filter in the fuel line that screens out dirt and rust particles from the fuel, normally made into cartridges containing a filter paper. They are found in most internal combustion engines.



Fuel filters serve a vital function in today's modern, tight-tolerance engine fuel systems. Unfiltered fuel may contain several kinds of contamination, for example, paint chips and dirt that has been knocked into the tank while filling, or rust caused by moisture in a steel tank. If these substances are not removed before the fuel enters the system, they will cause rapid wear and failure of the fuel pump and injectors, due to the abrasive action of the particles on the high-precision components used in modern injection systems. Fuel filters also improve performance, as the fewer contaminants present in the fuel, the more efficiently it can be burnt.



Fuel filters need to be maintained at regular intervals. This is usually a case of simply disconnecting the filter from the fuel line and replacing it with a new one, although some specially designed filters can be cleaned and reused many times. If a filter is not replaced regularly it may become clogged with contaminants and cause a restriction in the fuel flow, causing an appreciable drop in engine performance as the engine struggles to draw enough fuel to continue running normally.