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Old 03-18-2017, 06:16 AM   #1
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W-24 Fuel Filter Location

Trying to find the fuel filter on my 2005 w24 and haven't been able to locate it. I know someone here will lead me right to it. How hard is it to change?
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Old 03-18-2017, 06:29 AM   #2
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Check the frame just behind the rear axle close to the gen.
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Check the frame just behind the rear axle close to the gen.


My gen is fwd behind the LP tank and under the couch.
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Todd, it's mounted inside of the frame rail, just aft of the rear wheels on the drivers side.

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Todd, it's mounted inside of the frame rail, just aft of the rear wheels on the drivers side.

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Thanks Fred I almost sent you a PM but figured you see it anyway. Thanks I'll look in that area again.
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Yep that's it and I did find it up in the frame rail just behind the shock. Mine however has wiring harness kind of making it harder to get to. Is there anymore to it than a couple of fittings and a line wrench? What about fuel pressure?
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Keep in mind that the 3-port filters are no longer available, and have been replaced with 2-port. You'll need to purchase the adapter kit; after that the 2-port filter can be replaced as necessary. I got my filter/adapter on eBay for about $30. Amazon also has them.
https://www.amazon.com/Luber-finer-W...filter+adapter
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Check Wal-Mart Zoro is a website under Wal-Mart that has had free shipping.
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Keep in mind that the 3-port filters are no longer available, and have been replaced with 2-port. You'll need to purchase the adapter kit; after that the 2-port filter can be replaced as necessary. I got my filter/adapter on eBay for about $30. Amazon also has them.
https://www.amazon.com/Luber-finer-W...filter+adapter


Yes and I will have one here tomorrow ordered on Amazon, thanks.
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Is this the same filter and located the same for a 2006 W22 chassis?
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Is this the same filter and located the same for a 2006 W22 chassis?
YES. If not replaced by a PO, you will need the adapter kit.
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