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Old 03-14-2012, 09:16 PM   #1
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Transmission Filter Fuel Filter 2004 Seabreeze W22

Please help remind me of what the Transmission Spin Filter is for Allison 1000 on my RV.

Also the 2 port fuel filter

Thanks for any help...getting ready to get on the road next month
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Old 03-14-2012, 11:26 PM   #3
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Why are you changing the fuel filter?
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Why are you changing the fuel filter?
Why not? I change ours every two years.

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the reason I ask was because I was having a problem with a check engine light and loss of power climbing mountains.
The advice on here was change the fuel filter so I did. The old filter had about 55,000 miles on it but, I discovered after I got my coach back, that the filter was not clogged at all.
So I bought an Ultragauge and found that I have an O2 sensor going bad. The cost of the fuel filter and installation would have more than covered the $90 UltraScan OBDii reader.
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Workhorse has a stated replacement interval of 30,000 miles on the fuel filter but we recommend to change at around 10-15,000. It is fairly inexpensive (especially if you have the 2 prong filter or have the conversion already) and with the quality of today's fuels it could save you some headache down the road.
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