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Old 03-25-2014, 04:09 PM   #1
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6.7 fuel filter ?

I have a 6.7 ISB. The question is, is there a filter inside the water separator that is located in front of the replacement fuel filter? If not do remove the water separator and clean or just drain it to check for water?
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I was told by my truck repair shop that there was a second filter in there, but I have not checked yet. If so, anyone got that filter number? I have the oil & main fuel filters.
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That's me , I went to Freightliner in SC and ask for oil and fuel filters and they only gave one for fuel. After changing oil I went to change fuel and happened to see a separate fuel water separator, not like my old 5.9 truck that had it in the bottom of filter canaster, that had the filter inside it.
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Well after crawling back under and wiping the water separator off and taking closer look this what I could see.

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I could not see all the part no. because of the way it was turned, didn't want to move it. So it looks like a spin on filter with a clear bowel on bottom. Now is it a real filter and if so does the clear bowel come with a new one.
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This is mine. Not saying its the same as yours, but maybe you can match up some of the numbers.
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Hear is a up date with part no. Larry The Alliance part no. is BP/N122-R50418



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Thanks Tankd you were posting while I was pecking mine out.
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Hear is a up date with part no. Larry The Alliance part no. is BP/N122-R50418
Thanks, I'll have to get one for the spring oil change.
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Where is the best place to find one?
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