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Old 05-03-2010
Robert Britton Robert Britton is offline
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Does anyone have a source and or part number for an engine air filter on the M380?

The part number I have from the owners manual: ECO-SM99842-007
I have not had any luck with this part number and have not been able to cross reference any other filter.

Thanks!
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Old 05-03-2010
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Is this it?

http://www.maesco.com/products/racor...es_eco-sm.html
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Old 05-03-2010
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Bob has got it right. That is it.
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That is it...Thank You!
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Old 10-09-2012
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Will someone please verify that an ECO 099842007 Air filter is the correct filter for my M380's engine filter?

My coach is in the shop (Fleet Service) and they are having trouble finding this filter. They found one in S.Carolina but have it priced at $325 plus freight. Seems extremely high to me as I just bought a similar filter for my LXi just before I sold it to Rob and paid $124 for it.

Any suggestions for a better source would be appreciated....

Chuck
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Will someone please verify that an ECO 099842007 Air filter is the correct filter for my M380's engine filter?

My coach is in the shop (Fleet Service) and they are having trouble finding this filter. They found one in S.Carolina but have it priced at $325 plus freight. Seems extremely high to me as I just bought a similar filter for my LXi just before I sold it to Rob and paid $124 for it.

Any suggestions for a better source would be appreciated....

Chuck
Napa guy says the cross reference #s for the ECO 099842007 is:
WIX 49998 $185 + freightt from WIX
NAPA 0998 $187 + freight from Denver

Just not sure about these being the correct filter #s either and would appreciate someone that can verify any of them for me

Chuck
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Chuck:

That is the correct filter number. I replaced mine last year and that is what was on it and what I replaced it with.

Sorry!

By the way, I am interested in what they find on your leaking lift pump. I have one that the fluid is disappearing.
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Old 10-09-2012
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Thank you, Marv,

I appreciate it. I ordered the air filter from:

Filter Products Corp.
2155 N Forbes Blvd.
Tucson, AZ
Ph: 520 889 5781

http://www.filterspro.com/detail.cfm?part=1070499

The price for the filter was $96.95 + $8.00 tax + frt.

Regarding the Lift Pump; It was leaking fuel when the ignition switch was turned on initially and would stop once the engine got warmed up. The problem with a leaking Lift Pump on a Cummins ISL 400 is that the pump is located just above the starter. Obviously, this makes for a very dangerous condition when the starter is engaged electrically with fuel dripping down on it.

The coach had sit (plugged in) here in AZ in +100* heat for about 6 weeks without being started. I suspect the dry, hot weather took its toll on the lower bowl gaskets on the lift pump as that appeared to be where it was leaking.

It is about a $600 job with the new Cummins Lift Pump being about 60% of the total.

Chuck
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Old 10-09-2012
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Cummins ISL lift pump leaks are not unique to the M380. Lots of reports on the internet. Many point to ultra low sulfur diesel causing gaskets to shrink. My lift pump recently started to drip while it ran a few seconds before starting the engine. I managed to tighten the three bolts that hold the two halves together about 1/8 of a turn. My leak has stopped.
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Dan, I tried to get the Tech to try tightening the bolts first on the lift pump in hopes that would suffice. They called about an hour later saying that didn't work and a new lift pump was needed. $391.60 for the lift pump and $275 for the labor. That's the penalty when I'm too lazy to try to fix it myself.

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