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Old 12-02-2011, 06:23 PM   #1
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Cat 400 fuel filters

I have read everything that came with the coach. I even called CC in Oregon and no one could tell me the make and part number for the fuel filters on my coach. The engine is a Cat C9 400. I even called a person at Cat and was told that the chassis manufacturer would know.

I know there must be someone on this forum that has a CC with a C9 engine. I'm would like to know who makes filter you use and the part number.

My rig has a primary and a secondary filter. The one closest to the top of the engine has a pump attached for priming the system and the second one has a water separator.

The filters that are on the engine now are some off brand that I have never heard of which were installed by the dealer where I purchased my coach. Based on some of the other things they did I do not trust them.

Can someone point me in the right direction?

I realize that this subject has most likely been talked to death. A search of this site did not give an answer



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This posting over on the CAT RV Club Forum may help: Fuel filters, the PROPER Setup . The CAT 2u secondary filter should be CAT part number 1R-0751.

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Old 12-03-2011, 06:11 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by cbeierl View Post
This posting over on the CAT RV Club Forum may help: Fuel filters, the PROPER Setup . The CAT 2u secondary filter should be CAT part number 1R-0751.

Thanks for the info. I got both filters and changed them today

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