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Old 08-30-2014, 05:10 PM   #1
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Where to add fluid?

I replaced my fan control module today and while I had the old one off I had to make a quick trip to get a part. When i returned the bucket I was using to catch the dripping fluid was full (about a gallon). Got it all back together and am not sure exactly where to put the replacement fluid and what type to use. Help?

OK, found the reservoir. It says use Dextron type II. This reservoir doesn't have anything to do with the transmission does it?
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No, that is for the hydraulic system only.
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Thanks. I assumed the same but feel better to have it confirmed. My transmission uses Transynd so I didn't want to mix with that.
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Now would be a good time to change the filters in that housing IF you have not changed them. Mine takes 3 Nelson Filters P/N 84220A $8.20 each at NW Cummins.
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The Nelson filters seem to be hard to find. I crossed referenced them to a Donaldson filter. Also, they are available from NAPA.
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I picked up 3 at Cummins in Dallas last month -$34.00 for all 3. When I pulled the top one up gently all 3 stayed stuck together. 1 1/2 qt if ATF. Cheap & easy.
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Fleetguard uses the same part number as Nelson (84220A) so, as mentioned above, they are available at Cummins shops. Also Ryder carries them.
Ryder / Nelson / Fleetguard hydraulic oil filters
Gregg Bootes at Country Coach confirmed that the 84220A part number is good for our hydraulic oil systems.

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