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Old 04-30-2009, 08:56 AM   #1
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Default 99 svb filter change

I am getting ready to do a filter change on my ,new to me,1999 M/H and was wondering the best plan of attack on doing it. From the bottom,through the side or from under the bed etc. I presently own a 07 and a 95 Cummins ,in pick-up trucks ,and everything can be done from under the hood. Never did the M/H yet. thank
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Old 05-01-2009, 02:08 PM   #2
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Frank:

In the couple of MHs that I have owned, one changes the oil/fuel filters from beneath the coach. The air filters are changed from the side.
You may also have filters on the power steering system, and an air dryer filter on the air brakes. Oh, the fuel system typically has 2 filters.

I order all my filters through a local trucking company, but have used NAPA trucking as well for them.



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