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Old 03-16-2017, 08:55 PM   #1
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FL XC Maintenance

Completed much research to build this information and thought I would share.
The list is for a 2004 FL XC with a 3126E engine, single fuel filter and Allison 300MH with a 4" sump.
All of the filters listed are of equal quality. Cat filters are very high quality however the "others" listed are as good from the research I pulled.

In hopes this helps those trying to identify the basic maintenance needs.

Onan Generator
Model#: 7.5HDKAJ11451H
Oil Filter: #122-0833 (Napa #1064) $10.77
Oil: Shell Rotella T6 Synthetic (3 qts.)
Air Cleaner: #140-2897
Fan Belt: #
Fuel Filter: Napa #3063

Cat 3126E Engine
Model#: 3126E
Cat Oil Filter: #1R1807 (Napa #7791) $14.63
Oil: Rotella T6 Synthetic (22 qts.)
Cat Fuel Filter: #175-2949 (Napa #3005) $24.07
Air Cleaner: #FAR-114880-3 (Frieghtliner Part)
Fan Belt: # 25080710HD (Napa) #5080710 (Carquest)
Water Pump Belt: #259341HD (Napa) #17340 (Carquest)

Allison 3000MH Transmission
Model#: MD3000MH
Allison oil Filter Kit: #29558118 $54.79 (Napa #7740XE) $109.34
Oil: Transynd (19 qts.) $159.00 (5 gallon pail)

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Old 03-19-2017, 04:14 PM   #2
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You say you have just a single fuel filter.

If that is the case you should be using a 2 micron filter. Not a 10.
I am also surprised at the 4" sump.

Of course, without the serial number only you know for sure...
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