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Old 04-20-2014, 10:27 PM   #1
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Fuel filler hose, Fleetwood, Bounder/Workhorse W22

I've got a 2004 Fleetwood, Bounder/Workhorse W22 with a bad fuel filler hose. I'm referring to the hose at the rear of the coach immediately following where I put fuel into the coach. The hose is about 2.5" in diameter and about 13" long. It's beginning to crack. Has anyone had to replace theirs? If so any advice as to a part number and source? Thanks
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Fleetwood RV may be a good place to start.
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I've got a 2004 Fleetwood, Bounder/Workhorse W22 with a bad fuel filler hose. I'm referring to the hose at the rear of the coach immediately following where I put fuel into the coach. The hose is about 2.5" in diameter and about 13" long. It's beginning to crack. Has anyone had to replace theirs? If so any advice as to a part number and source? Thanks
I googled "fuel filler hose" and got lots of hits for "universal fit" hoses at different auto parts stores (O'Reilly's, Pep Boys, Auto Zone, etc.)
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There was a recall about 2-3 years ago by Workhorse on the filler hose, free replacement.
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Old 04-21-2014, 09:44 AM   #5
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There was a recall about 2-3 years ago by Workhorse on the filler hose, free replacement.
Sorry Harold, but that simply isn't true. There was a recall to replace the UNUSED tank inlet cap on those chassis which had a dual fuel fill tank design. Most coaches only used one side, the other was capped.

I believe the OP's hose was provided by Fleetwood, and any decent parts store should have a fuel resistant universal hose he can cut to fit.
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I googled "fuel filler hose" and got lots of hits for "universal fit" hoses at different auto parts stores (O'Reilly's, Pep Boys, Auto Zone, etc.)
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Most auto part stores will have "universal fit" fuel filler hose in stock.
However one must/should specify which fuel their coach uses, (gasoline or diesel).

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Sorry Harold, but that simply isn't true. There was a recall to replace the UNUSED tank inlet cap on those chassis which had a dual fuel fill tank design. Most coaches only used one side, the other was capped.

I believe the OP's hose was provided by Fleetwood, and any decent parts store should have a fuel resistant universal hose he can cut to fit.
Workhores replaced both the cap and filler hose on ours in september 2012 along with the new brake calipers, free of charge.
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Workhores replaced both the cap and filler hose on ours in september 2012 along with the new brake calipers, free of charge.
I'm glad they took such good care of you.

My point was that the RECALL was to replace only the cap on the unused side of the tank.
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I got the hose at NAPA. Thanks for the help.
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Workhores replaced both the cap and filler hose on ours in september 2012 along with the new brake calipers, free of charge.
You don't happen to have the recall number for that cap and filler hose problem do you?

My Workhorse dealer is really good and he hasn't mentioned that to me so I'd like to check with him on it.
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You don't happen to have the recall number for that cap and filler hose problem do you?

My Workhorse dealer is really good and he hasn't mentioned that to me so I'd like to check with him on it.
The campain number is 61101-C. I just looked it up and the filler hose was not mentioned. My service center must have replaced it as a courtesy.
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The campain number is 61101-C. I just looked it up and the filler hose was not mentioned. My service center must have replaced it as a courtesy.

Thank you for checking on that. I plan to have my filler hose checked at my Workhorse dealer just to be on the safe side.

I have to say there's been days when I looked under the coach while I was filling and filling and filling to see if it was just running out on the ground.
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