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Old 02-21-2008, 05:43 PM   #1
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Its time to change the hydraulic filters in the power steering canister. My coach is a 2007 Beaver Contessa. The cannister has 3 filters and the part# is Nelson 84101D. Got the number from Monaco.

I cannot find them anywhere. No cross reference at local auto parts stores. Anyone who has replaced these, I'd appreciate all you can tell me ie, vendor-cross reference to other manufacturer part# etc.

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Its time to change the hydraulic filters in the power steering canister. My coach is a 2007 Beaver Contessa. The cannister has 3 filters and the part# is Nelson 84101D. Got the number from Monaco.

I cannot find them anywhere. No cross reference at local auto parts stores. Anyone who has replaced these, I'd appreciate all you can tell me ie, vendor-cross reference to other manufacturer part# etc.

tx, Ken
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Old 02-21-2008, 06:34 PM   #3
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Ken,
I think the part number Monaco gave you may be wrong. On my Endeavor with ISL the 10 micron filter is a Nelson 84365A and is available here:

Ryder Fleet Products

I saw a Monaco Tech tip correcting the filter number and it may not have filtered down through Monaco. The Nelson power steering pump on my Endeavor only has one filter so your pump may be different and it may be worth a call to Cummins to verify. Nelson Hydraulics is now owned by Cummins.
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There is also a filter # 84101B
Make sure which one you may need. B & D sound very much alike on the telephone..
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Sixpac98......can you describe what that filter looks like if possible. It's the only filter I haven't changed. Don't laugh, but I have an odd filter that I bought and I think it might be that filter.

Mine lookslike a tin insert, is 5" tall, 4" in diameter and the body is full of 1/8" holes with a paper element inside.

It's either the hydraulic filter or an oil filter for my daughter's Mazda.
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Don,
I don't remember the size but that sounds about right. It was a metal cylinder with lots of holes on the metal sides. Also, the ends were metal. I'd take it out and measure but it was very messy changing it If you're brave take your existing filter out, I recall that the pn was stamped on the filter but have plenty of rags available and drop it into a can immediately after pulling it out. I did not, thus the reason for the rags.

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