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Old 05-29-2011, 06:40 PM   #1
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Changing oil, filters, and fuel filters on 2006 Alegro Bus

I always change my own oil in my cars and would like to do the same on my rig. Cannot find information as to the location of the filters, including the fuel. Has anyone done this before and can give me some help here. It has a 400 Cummins.
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Randy, that's a good question to ask on the A Part of the TiffinRVNetwork • Index page . They have a bunch over there that always do their own servicing and can & will be able to help you out. I don't have a clue. Freightliner in Gaffney does my service work.
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I have 2005 Bus w/ Cummins 400 engine. My fuel filter and fuel/water separator canisters are readily accessible from opening the engine compartment. The tops are at the height of lower compartment opening edge. I always replace both at same interval [also the air filter] but only one at a time. You should prefill filters with fresh diesel fuel. Carefully pour the fuel into the OUTER holes on canister so that this fuel goes through the filter on its way to engine and gets filtered. Very important. Then prime and start engine and let it run a couple of minutes, then repeat for the other canister.
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