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Pump-Fuel

Part Number: 49040-7001
Kawasaki
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Price: $39.97
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Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:

Kawasaki
FX751V AS00 4 Stroke Engine
FX751V AS05 4 Stroke Engine
FX751V AS06 4 Stroke Engine
FX751V AS07 4 Stroke Engine
FX801V AS00 4 Stroke Engine
FX801V AS04 4 Stroke Engine
FX801V AS05 4 Stroke Engine
FX801V BS05 4 Stroke Engine
FX850V AS00 4 Stroke Engine
FX850V AS05 4 Stroke Engine
FX850V AS07 4 Stroke Engine
FX850V AS08 4 Stroke Engine
FX850V BS08 4 Stroke Engine
FX850V AS09 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V AS00 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V AS01 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V AS03 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V AS06 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V AS08 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V BS00 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V BS01 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V BS03 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V CS00 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V CS01 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V CS03 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V CS04 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V CS05 4 Stroke Engine
FD731V DS00 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS01 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS02 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS03 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS04 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS06 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS07 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS08 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS09 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS01 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS02 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS03 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS04 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS06 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS07 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS08 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS01 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS02 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS03 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS04 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS06 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS07 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS08 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V DS01 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V DS02 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V DS03 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V DS04 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V DS06 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V DS07 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V ES04 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V ES07 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V FS04 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS12 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS20 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS21 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS22 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS23 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS25 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS27 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS28 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS29 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS30 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AS51 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V AW00 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS12 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS20 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS21 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS22 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS23 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS27 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS28 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V BS51 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS12 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS20 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS21 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS22 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS23 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS25 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS27 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V CS28 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V DS12 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V DS20 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V DS21 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V DS22 4 Stroke Engine
FH381V DS23 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS01 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS02 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS03 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS04 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS05 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS06 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS04 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS05 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS06 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS01 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS02 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS03 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS04 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS05 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V DS01 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V DS02 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V DS03 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V DS04 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V ES06 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS07 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS08 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS09 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS10 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS11 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS12 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS13 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS14 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS20 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS23 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS24 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS25 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS27 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V AS28 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS07 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS08 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS10 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS11 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS12 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS14 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS21 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS23 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS24 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS25 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS26 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS27 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V BS28 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS08 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS10 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS11 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS12 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS20 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS21 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS22 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS24 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS26 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS27 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V CS28 4 Stroke Engine
FH430V DS08 4 Stroke Engine

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Parts Used:
Pump-Fuel - 49040-7001
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Pliers, Socket set
Fuel pump leaking
No instructions were included with part. I used manual that came with DR brush mower and repair was easy. Removed exhaust pipe to get to the fuel pump. Removed a couple of nuts, loosened hose clamps and fuel pump was removed. New fuel pump went on without a hitch.
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Kaw engine losses power when engine get howt and fouls spark plugs
ShotOut
Reply: Trouble Shoot FH680V Fuel Pump

ShotOut

Hi pete37 I am not convinced this is a fuel pump issue. Do the plugs carbon foul or oil foul? I ask because there may be a timing issue and/or you may need to adjust the valves. Try doing a valve adjustment and see if it helps. If adjusting the valves does NOT help, you will want to check your timing.
pete37
Reply: Trouble Shoot FH680V Fuel Pump

pete37

plugs appear to have carbon soot. this engine runs at full power until getting hot, when hot it appears to loose power especially when under load. application is in Bobcat zero turn mower. will change fuel filter and carb filter.
ShotOut
Reply: Trouble Shoot FH680V Fuel Pump

ShotOut

Hi pete37 Once an engine gets hot, all the metal parts within have expanded. They do not expand a great deal, but they do expand. Carbon soot fouling has been found on engines out of time. It is a byproduct of cylinder misfiring. For your engine to be that, it could have a partially sheared or sheared flywheel key. I have seen smaller motors do it, but the fouling was from the onset. Again, check those valves. Let me know if you find anything else.
Make sure your air filter(s) are clean because when clogged, that will richen the fuel mixture and can lead to carbon fouling on the plugs. Here is what NGK says about carbon fouled plugs.

Causes of Carbon Fouling:

Continuous low speed driving and/or short trips

Spark plug heat range too cold
Air-fuel mixture too rich
Reduced compression and oil usage due to worn piston rings / cylinder walls
Over-retarded ignition timing
Ignition system deterioration

Pre-delivery fouling

Carbon fouling occurs when the spark plug firing end does not reach the self-cleaning temperature of approximately 450C (842F). Carbon deposits will begin to burn off from the insulator nose when the self-cleaning temperature is reached. When the heat range is too cold for the engine speed, the firing end temperature will stay below 450C and carbon deposits will accumulate on the insulator nose. This is called carbon fouling. When enough carbon accumulates, the spark will travel the path of least resistance over the insulator nose to the metal shell instead of jumping across the gap. This usually results in a misfire and further fouling.

If the selected spark plug heat range is too cold, the spark plug may begin to foul when the engine speed is low or when operating in cold conditions with rich air-fuel mixtures. In some cases, the insulator nose can usually be cleaned by operating the engine at higher speeds in order to reach the self-cleaning temperature. If the spark plug has completely fouled, and the engine will not operate correctly, the spark plug may need to be cleaned / replaced and the fouling cause identified.
Mark Zimmer
Question: Engine Cuts Out

Mark Zimmer

After about 1 hour the engine begins to cut out and spit and sputter. It's a fh661v. Don't know whether it is the plug or what. Any suggestions?
1159254
Reply: Engine Cuts Out

1159254

Mine does the same, but within 30 mins or less. I cannot find a definite cause. I doesn't appear to be a spark problem, but I am not sure. right now I am thinking fuel pump. There is no visible fuel in the fuel filter when it starts to sputter and finally stop. It starts again right away but cuts out within a few minutes again. I have cleaned the carb but didn't see any dirt in there. Did you find a solution yet?
chaps
Reply: Engine Cuts Out

chaps

Follow up to the above. I replaced the fuel pump and that was the problem. The only thing that pointed to it was the fuel filter only has a small amount of fuel in it when it is running, but always a small amount. With the bad fuel pump when it started to sputter and finally stop the fuel filter was dry.
Product Information
Manufacturer: Kawasaki
Category Number: 49040-7001
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.09 lbs.
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