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Old 05-08-2014, 08:48 PM   #1
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Onan emerald plus oil filter?

We have an Onan Emerald Plus GenSet 5000 generator. Anyone know the numbers for the oil,air and gas filters?
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Get me the model number including spec. I will get you the new filter numbers. Over the years they are updated
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Here is the info label.

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There is a fram oil filter in it. But because it is recessed in a hole, I can't see the number on it. I don't really want to pull it off until I have stuff ready to go back on.
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Here is the info label.

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There is a fram oil filter in it. But because it is recessed in a hole, I can't see the number on it. I don't really want to pull it off until I have stuff ready to go back on.
The oil filter model that you need is right there on the black label in your photo

Onan 122-0645
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Yes, but walmart and oriley's does not sell onan brand filters. I was hoping for fram, wix, or something I can buy in this small town.
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How about Amazon, reasonable and you can have it by Tuesday: http://www.amazon.com/Cummins-Onan-1...=Onan+122-0645

Your thread caught my eye because I just did an oil change on mine. I made a video of it that I put on YouTube, don't know if it will help. The one thing I should have done was fill the oil filter before I installed it to make the refill go faster.

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Air filter
onan - p/n 140-2379
wix - p/n 42362
napa - p/n 2362
fram - p/n ca8235


oil filter
onan - p/n 122-0645
wix - p/n 51374 (O'Reilly's)
napa - p/n 1374
fram - p/n ph2870a

I just did this yesterday...WIX filter and 30 weight oil...made a mess anyway...I removed the first steel shield with the labels to get the oil filter out and clean-up the area. Three 10mm and one 13mm I think up next to sparking plug.
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Onan emerald plus oil filter?

Great posts, thanks to all who responded.


Next question, is getting to the inboard spark plug difficult?
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Also... Anyone have a number for the gas filter?
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Also... Anyone have a number for the gas filter?

Not sure if we have the same Gen., mine is a 1999 yr. here's what I had in my notes.
Onan 5000 GEN Set
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Model: 5BGEFA11579P
S/N C990879309
Fuel filter: 149-2333
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IMHO......You have an expensive generator.....how about using the OEM filters. They're only a few dollars more and are made specifically for your generator. OEM filters often have features incorporated to protect your generator. I know most people throw just about any filter on a car, but these small engines probably need to be treated a little better. OEM filters and good quality oil.
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Thanks for your reply. We have a good working knowledge of filters, my father ran a plant that made filters for wix, fram, DOD ... We won't be using one tbat is not of good quality. But we live is a small town, nearest rv dealers are more than an hour away. So, just looking for what I can get here.
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I use a fram 3600 filter, its a little longer, so I can put the filter removal tool on it. Wix filters has a cross refrence tool so you can check filter dimensions against similiar filters.
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Arrrggghhhhh...a longer filter...wish I'd have thought of that!
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