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Old 01-02-2017, 09:47 AM   #1
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Fuel filter

Can anyone tell me where to find the fuel filter on my 2005 national sea breeze on a work horse chassis??
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Maybe inside frame rail?
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Check inside the left frame rail, back near the rear axle. There are a couple of filters used by Workhorse, you might take the old one to an auto parts store to match up what yours has.
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Can anyone tell me where to find the fuel filter on my 2005 national sea breeze on a work horse chassis??

Look above the rear axle on the drivers side. If you, or a PO, have not already replaced the filter, and therefore already have the adapter required, then you will need to buy the adapter kit which comes with a standard 2 port filter such as the GF481. If the adapter is present, then all you need is the readily available 2 port style filter.
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