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Old 08-03-2015, 04:43 PM   #1
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Secondary fuel filter

I have a 2004 inspire with the 350hp Cummings. My fuel filter is located passenger side inboard of my battery compartment, I have looked for additional fuel filter and can't find one. Anyone know if it has secondary filter.

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I have a 2004 inspire with the 350hp Cummings. My fuel filter is located passenger side inboard of my battery compartment, I have looked for additional fuel filter and can't find one. Anyone know if it has secondary filter.

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You should have a fuel filter and a fuel/water separator. The fuel/water separator has a drain on the bottom where the fuel filter does not. Not sure where they are located on your motor home. On mine they are both together directly behind the engine. I can get to the easily when the engine cover is open.
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my coach is 2 years older than yours. i have two fuel filters, both in the very last compartment at passenger side - next to the battery bay. one is bigger with water separator, another is smaller. very easy to change.
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