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JD 750 Fuel Shutoff Valve

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Posted by George Collins on August 15, 2001 at 18:52:26 from (


I just purchased a JD 750 Compact (my first tractor). I was trying to change the fuel filter today but it seems that the shutoff valve isn't closing. With the lever in the straight up position (per Owner's Manual), I unscrewed the ring holding the sediment bowl. Before I could get it screwed back on, over a pint of fuel had run out. It is a common problem on 750s of this age (1988)? Can the valve be repair or does the whole filter unit have to be replaced?

Thanks in advance,

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