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Old 03-04-2019, 02:41 PM   #1
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2005 journey 34h Fuel Filter Info - Hard time finding

Afternoon a nice -22 here in north B.C. I have a 2005 journey 34h this unit has a ISB 5.9 Cummins was wondering if any one could help me out. I would like to know how many fuel filters there are and filter numbers if possible. while I am at it a oil filter number would be good as well Thanks
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Old 03-05-2019, 08:53 AM   #2
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If you call the 24/7 Freightliner Help Line at 800-FTL-HELP with your VIN # in hand the techs will probably be able to give you the numbers or a reliable source.
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Thanks I will give that a try
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see attached PDF for filter list
Hope this helps.

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Exclamation 2005 Journey 34h Fuel Filter Info - Hard Time Finding

You have two fuel filters if your unit's like our 2006 Itasca Meridian. One tangential piece of advice - Make sure you regularly add an anti-algae treatment to your fuel. No one had ever mentioned this to us. Naturally, we picked up some bad diesel somewhere along the line. On our last trip, the coach warning lights lit up like a Christmas tree and the coach STOPPED. Three days and $5,200 later, we were back on the road having had our fuel dumped, tanks and fuel lines steam-cleaned/sterilized. Thank goodness we were pulling our car!
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