Gas Tank Replacement

Updated 1 week ago by Juan Velez

This covers gasoline powered Champion Power Equipment  generators.

Read instructions carefully and completely before performing service.

Tools Required

You will need the followings tools to replace the gas tank: 10 mm wrench or socket, socket wrench with a 12 mm socket, 14 mm wrench, Phillips screwdriver, and pliers.

Remove the Tank 

  1. On the recoil end of the generator, remove the end bar held in place by two 10 mm bolts.
  2. Loosen the wire retaining clip on the fuel line and remove the fuel line at the petcock valve.
  3. Remove the four 10 mm bolts from the corners of the bank.
  4. Slide the fuel tank out of the chassis towards the recoil end of the generator. 
  5. Drain the tank completely into an approved container. 
  6. Loosen the lock nut on the petcock closest to the tank with a 14 mm wrench. When the lock nut is loosened, unscrew the petcock from the tank.
  7. Remove the fuel gauge by carefully peeling back the ends of the decal on the gauge and remove the two Phillips-head screws.

Install the Tank

  1. Insert the fuel gauge into the tank and attach with two Phillips head screws. 
  2. Insert the petcock valve into the tank and tighten by hand. Tighten the lock nut with a 14 mm wrench.
  3. Slide the tank into the generator chassis.
  4. Attach the tank to the chassis with the four 10 mm bolts.
  5. Attach the fuel line to the petcock and secure the wire retaining clip.
  6. Install the end bad and secure it with the two 10 mm bolts. 

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