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Old 08-29-2016, 07:12 PM   #1
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I have a 2007 42pdq Camelot. It has a Allison 3000 trans. Does someone have a part number for the filters. Thanks.
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I have a 2007 42pdq Camelot. It has a Allison 3000 trans. Does someone have a part number for the filters. Thanks.
Deep or shallow pan?
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You should have the shallow pan. The 3000MH tranny usually is something like 2" deep. When you go to get your filters the parts guy will ask for the model no. and serial no. of the tranny and then get the proper filters. The last ones I purchased were something like $45 for both. Good luck with yours.
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I have a 2007 42pdq Camelot. It has a Allison 3000 trans. Does someone have a part number for the filters. Thanks.
My tranny filter part # is 2954898 (2 filters in 1 kit). Napa equiv is 7740XE. There are 2 filters. I'll bet it's the same part number for yours.

it takes a 15mm socket to get the covers off the filter housing.
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Last filter kit I bought was #29548988 and cost $44 including shipping, pays to shop around.

If in doubt there should be a tag riveted to the side of the transmission with SN, you should be able to find the filter part number by doing a search.
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When changing be sure to torque them properly, I believe it is 27 ft lbs. They strip easily...or so I was told.
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Does it take around fluid should I get for a filter change.
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Can you clarify your last post??

If you are doing just a filter change it may take 1-5 gallons of oil, there has been lots of comments on the discrepancy. Last time I changed just the filter it took 1 gallon of Oil. Best option is to measure whatever comes out and put back the same amount.
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Does it take around fluid should I get for a filter change.
When I changed mine on the 4000 MH it took gallon to refill. I measured it to be sure, have the short pan.
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depending on when the fluid was last changed....you might want to consider purchasing a 5 gal pail of the Transynd Fluid(Synthetic Castrol) when you get the two filters. As I recall...it took about 4 gal. Your coach materials should give the capacity for the fluid change. The specifications should/will be with the Allison Tranny materials. It's not a bad job. The best place to get these materials is from Williams, the Distributor for the Transynd and an Allison Dealer. And as I mentioned above the two filters from them was only around $45. Good luck with the job.
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When changing be sure to torque them properly, I believe it is 27 ft lbs. They strip easily...or so I was told.
The manual says 18-24 ft/lbs for the drain plug and 38-45 ft/lbs for the filter bolts. I'd definitely go with the lower numbers.

I'm not sure why they are different.
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