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post #11 of 17 Old 09-21-2016, 03:08 AM Thread Starter
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The service interval calls for filter replacement every 10,000 miles.

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How often do these need to be changed? (Yes, I know this is in my manual, but I'm staying in a hotel tonight and don't want to go outside and look right now and I'll forget in the morning). Thanks in advance.
If you were staying in a Holiday Inn Express you'd already know the answer to this.
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Cummins instructions.

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Oh, and one more thing. Keep those filters changed on the factory schedule. Just had a buddy call me tonight, he got a $12,371 estimate from Ford to replace the fuel system on his 2013 F350 6.7L Powerstroke because they claim water in the fuel. I'm not certain if I am a fan of common rail injection yet or not, but be on the safe side and keep your filtration quality high. I'm hoping that fuel delivery is not one of the Achilles' heels of the Cummins V-8.


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$12K in repairs?
Sorry to hear about your buddy's truck catching on fire, glad no one was hurt tho.
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Thanks for the post and yes its terrible that Ford burnt to the ground,must have been wiring,hahahaha.
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Great to see the sense of humor of Titan owners!! Made my day!
as for the "Stealers" charge of 2.5 hrs. of labor to change the filters its called: No Mask, No Gun, Broad Daylight!
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