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Old 07-31-2009, 03:49 PM   #21
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If you have a Freightliner chassis all you have to do is give your local Freightliner dealer a call, give them the last 6 digits of your VIN and they will tell you what you need, part numbers and all. It turned out that my 2004 Itasca Meridian with a C7 Cat had only ONE fuel filter/seperator and that was located behind the radiator, very easy to get to. The last RV Service Center that worked on the coach threw away the original 2 micron filter and replaced it with WIX 12 micron filter. To add insult to injury they even through away the clear plastic bowl on the bottom of the old filter. This was before I bought the coach. This dealer has had HOW TOO articles writte up in Motorhome magazine ! IF YOU WANT IT DONE RIGHT BE INVOLVED OR DO IT YOURSELF.
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Old 10-06-2009, 10:00 PM   #22
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A little dangerous in starting your C7 with a dry fuel filter, could loose all prime and cause big starting problem....in the case of a C7 without a primer pump, there is a "cap" bolt on top of the fuel filter houseing....when removed, you can fill the fuel filter from here....fuel will go into the filter side of the filter prior to passing on to the engine. The filter will be completly primed and air free by filling the fuel filter from this removable bolt/cap.
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