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Old 09-16-2015, 11:48 AM   #1
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Fuel filter cross reference

My 2004 Winnebago Journey with a CAT C7 has just one filter, 2 micron. The labeling on the filter is Alliance KPN 122 32 FRT03. Local freightliner says the number has changed to ABP-N122-S32FRT03Y but they were out of stock. Since the local freightliner is over 80 miles from me I thought it would be easy to order them online but can't find a good source or alternative product.

So the question is do any of you have names/brands/numbers for filter replacement?
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Old 09-16-2015, 03:15 PM   #2
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My 2004 Winnebago Journey with a CAT C7 has just one filter, 2 micron. The labeling on the filter is Alliance KPN 122 32 FRT03. Local freightliner says the number has changed to ABP-N122-S32FRT03Y but they were out of stock. Since the local freightliner is over 80 miles from me I thought it would be easy to order them online but can't find a good source or alternative product.
So the question is do any of you have names/brands/numbers for filter replacement?
Thanks
Bob
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The "fuel filter" is most often NOT an engine manufacturer supplied item on RVs.
I suggest you call the builder of your RV or the chassis manufacturer with your VIN number and ask what fuel filter they used, (and that you should be using), on that particular coach.
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You can have anything next day have you tried rvchassisparts.com
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The "fuel filter" is most often NOT an engine manufacturer supplied item on RVs.
I suggest you call the builder of your RV or the chassis manufacturer with your VIN number and ask what fuel filter they used, (and that you should be using), on that particular coach.
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Mel, thanks for the suggestion but the filter I referenced is the one that Winnebago used on this particular series of C-7's. I was hoping to find cross reference number in case I ended up somewhere in need of a filter and didn't have a spare and couldn't find an Alliance filter. Most often I carry at least two with me when I travel.

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You can have anything next day have you tried rvchassisparts.com
I checked them out and they don't list the alliance fuel filter but I'll send them a message to see if they have a cross reference suggestion. I'm not in immediate need of a filter - I just changed it last week.
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Alliance filter is part of Freightliner now call them at Gaffney SC .
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I have a 2003 Journey with the C7 cat, do you have a fuel bowl on the bottom? If so I use NAPA 3783, Raycor S3201T, Wix 33783 my alliance # was ABP/32FRT03. Check one of those.
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I have a 2004 Journey and for the last couple of years have used this:
Wix 33783 Spin-on Fuel and Water Separator filter. It is a nominal 2 micron filter and the only filter on my Cat 3126E.

Changed after every 8000 miles and have had no problems.

Oh, and no primer pump...
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I have a 2003 Journey with the C7 cat, do you have a fuel bowl on the bottom? If so I use NAPA 3783, Raycor S3201T, Wix 33783 my alliance # was ABP/32FRT03. Check one of those.
Yes, it has a clear bowl on the bottom.

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I have a 2004 Journey and for the last couple of years have used this:
Wix 33783 Spin-on Fuel and Water Separator filter. It is a nominal 2 micron filter and the only filter on my Cat 3126E.

Changed after every 8000 miles and have had no problems.

Oh, and no primer pump...
Thanks guys, I'll check these out.
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I'm told the Racor S3203 is the same filter (Freightliner buys from Parker/Racor). Since you have only one filter/separator, you need the 2 micron versions.

If you want the plastic bowl on the bottom as well as the filter, order B32003, which is a kit of the S3202 filter and the filter bowl.
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