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Old 10-11-2013, 11:02 AM   #1
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accessfreightliner.com

I have logged into accessfreightliner.com with assigned ID and PW, but have found the site not useful for information. Parts id's, schematics, or model specific info. Any suggestions would be helpful.
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Call freightliner and ask them to guide you. there is LOTS of info there. So much in fact it can be difficult to sort thru it. The parts and schematics will be of the freight liner chassis. At the freight liner camp Mike Cody goes through accessing the site. Safe travels.. ed
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How long does it take to receive your ID? I signed up for access about a month ago & other than the email immediately returned I have not heard from them.
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rmbarr- Login to Access FTL- click on PartsPro. In the middle of the page are four boxes in a row-- click on the HELP box. Will open a new page with links to various topics on using the application.

Enter the last 6 for your VIN and just practice looking up parts or wiring diagrams. Easy way to see how things go together..
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Great question, I've had one heck of a time trying to find parts, wiring diagrams and that kind of info . I've just about give up on that website.
Thanks for the tip!
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Gents,
I'd like to be able to use it too. I think the last time I brought up the subject, and tried to gain access, I think I was told that the data base was not up to date, meaning, it did not have me as the present owner of the coach. So, I think I've got to go to a local Freightliner service center or, at the least, give them a call to see if they can update to make me the present and correct owner. Then I think, I can then become a member of accessfreightliner.com, is that the way it's supposed to work?
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Gents,
I'd like to be able to use it too. I think the last time I brought up the subject, and tried to gain access, I think I was told that the data base was not up to date, meaning, it did not have me as the present owner of the coach. So, I think I've got to go to a local Freightliner service center or, at the least, give them a call to see if they can update to make me the present and correct owner. Then I think, I can then become a member of accessfreightliner.com, is that the way it's supposed to work?
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Scott; I didn't have a local Freightliner dealer, so after contacting the help line I asked, and was allowed to sign up by scanning my current vehicle registration, through to F/L and 3 weeks later received my access info.
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Scott; I didn't have a local Freightliner dealer, so after contacting the help line I asked, and was allowed to sign up by scanning my current vehicle registration, through to F/L and 3 weeks later received my access info.
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Thank you Sir, I might just have to try it that way. Or, if I get to it, this coming week, I'll try going through the local Freightliner service center. Thanks for the tip. Surely appreciated.
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