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Old 03-05-2018, 08:51 AM   #1
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fuel filter and oil filter

I have a 2004 journey.It has a 330 cat motor.How can i find out what numbers i need on the oil and fuel filters?I dont want to crawl under it unless i have to.Wanted to go on and order them. Thanks
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I have a 2004 journey.It has a 330 cat motor.How can i find out what numbers i need on the oil and fuel filters?I dont want to crawl under it unless i have to.Wanted to go on and order them. Thanks
Well Sir,
A couple of things here. One, WHICH 330HP CAT do you have? That is, production of the Freightliner chassis's up to Sept-Oct of '03 were fitted with the last of the 3126 version CATs. Around that time, Freightliner and CAT introduced the C-7 version 330HP CAT. At present, I'm not sure there's any oil or fuel differences other than, many or most of the 3126's had TWO fuel filters whereas, the early versions of the C-7 (like our '04 Itasca Horizon 36GD with the C-7 330HP CAT) only had one fuel filter.

So, this is why we need to know which 330HP CAT you have. Besides, you're going to have to "get under" the coach to change the oil and filter anyways so, what's the big deal on "getting under" it for info on what you have?
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CAT engine filters

I have a 2004 Itasca Meridian with the CAT 3126E engine. This engine has one fuel filter.

Here are the filters I use:
CAT Oil Filter 1R-1807 (preferred)
NAPA Oil Filter Gold 7791

CAT Fuel Filter 198-6378
(Fleetguard FF5319)
(Alliance 32FRT03) (preferred)
32FRT01 is a 30 micron filter
32FRT03 is a 02 micron filter

Racor P/N S3203 is 2 a micron
Wix 33788 is a 2 micron filter

IF your engine has only one fuel filter, you should use the 02 micron filter.
Be advised there seems to be controversy concerning pre-filling filters or installing dry. He has a good video at:
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The reason i was wondering about the oil and fuel filters now! Amsoil where i get mine is going up on prices the first of april!I have a place that is going to change the oil and i need to get the filters!!Thanks for the info
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