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hino wo4d oil filter 01 Jul 2014 00:46 #1

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Has anyone recently purchased oil filters for your hino wo4d engine. I have searched all over for the quick silver 83607-1490, I called the local hino dealer in stockton ca, and they would not help cus I do not have a VIN # local napa store tried and could not find anything . Can anyone help.
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hino wo4d oil filter 01 Jul 2014 01:28 #2

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The PO gave me a box of Fleetguard filters. I think he got them from a Cummins parts distributor. I say that because the box has "Cummins" packing tape on it. I trust you can see the part #.

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Your a blessing Diveguy. Thank you. Have you put these in yet
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No, I haven't done an oil change yet but look under Motor yachts and the Hino database will tell you how to do it. Let me know how you make out as I will have to do mine in the fall.

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diveguy wrote: The PO gave me a box of Fleetguard filters. I think he got them from a Cummins parts distributor. I say that because the box has "Cummins" packing tape on it. I trust you can see the part #.




Diveguy: Have you installed one of these filters yet to verify that it fits? I looked at Cummins and do not see it cross referenced to the number in the database of 15607-1490. Anyone else have any luck finding a suitable cross-reference match? I called North Harbor and they're $20 a pop for the Hino filter which isn't too bad. I am curious as to the other options out there. Thanks, Dean



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Dean,
I have not installed one yet but I know for a fact this is what the PO had installed and I'm running at the moment.

Have you tried the WIX Web site?

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I looked at the box again and found another part #. Isuzu?







Hope this helps

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Thanks for taking the time to respond with the additional information. I did see the reference to Isuzu when looking. Good to know it works then, Dean
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Dan,

Why don't you post that info here for all to see? Thanks
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I get mine at the local Hino truck dealer.
Part number is S1560771490. The last ones were 20$, up from 14$ last year.As for draining the filter housing, I take out the large square nut on the bottom and just right of the filter housing. It gets most of the oil out. Behind the nut is a spring and a steel cylinder slider. I have also tried loosening the vey bottom large nut below the canister but it tears up the brass washers and they are a PITA to change.
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Forgot to mention. Before you take the nut off, put something under it to catch the oil. About 8 ounces comes out. I use a small aluminum loaf pan. It scrunched up to fit under the nut. I take the nut, spring and slider out, drain about half, put the nut back on , empty the pan and then drain the rest into the pan. There is stil an ounce or so that comes out when you remove the filter can but i can catch that with pads. I have tried semeral methods and this has the least amount of oil spill to clean up. Worst was the first one that dumped about a quart into the bilge. And yes the alame will stay on if you put the filter in upside down. Done that too, more than once.
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Wild Blue Yonder wrote: Forgot to mention. Before you take the nut off, put something under it to catch the oil. About 8 ounces comes out. I use a small aluminum loaf pan. It scrunched up to fit under the nut. I take the nut, spring and slider out, drain about half, put the nut back on , empty the pan and then drain the rest into the pan. There is stil an ounce or so that comes out when you remove the filter can but i can catch that with pads. I have tried semeral methods and this has the least amount of oil spill to clean up. Worst was the first one that dumped about a quart into the bilge. And yes the alame will stay on if you put the filter in upside down. Done that too, more than once
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Thanks Jim. Here is a thread describing a different method. Hopefully Dean will post a pic soon.

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ATTENTION. I just changed the filters today and the element was fine but the large O ring does not work with the Hino canister. It's the same diameter but not thick enough to create a seal. I re-used the seal that was already in place.

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Wild Blue Yonder wrote: Forgot to mention. Before you take the nut off, put something under it to catch the oil. About 8 ounces comes out. I use a small aluminum loaf pan. It scrunched up to fit under the nut. I take the nut, spring and slider out, drain about half, put the nut back on , empty the pan and then drain the rest into the pan. There is stil an ounce or so that comes out when you remove the filter can but i can catch that with pads. I have tried semeral methods and this has the least amount of oil spill to clean up. Worst was the first one that dumped about a quart into the bilge. And yes the alame will stay on if you put the filter in upside down. Done that too, more than once
Jim


Thanks Jim. Here is a thread describing a different method. Hopefully Dean will post a pic soon.

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If you're referring to the correct drain bolt, I did post under the other thread of how much oil does it take. Here it is again. I've only had 8 ounces come out when removing the canister when I used the wrong drain bolt (as shown in the BOC database). You do need to let her sit for a while once the bolt is backed out. Dean

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diveguy wrote: ATTENTION. I just changed the filters today and the element was fine but the large O ring does not work with the Hino canister. It's the same diameter but not thick enough to create a seal. I re-used the seal the was in place.


I've reused them when I got lazy, so no big as long as they aren't 20 years old. So no alarms on start up eh? Good to hear, Dean

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diveguy wrote: ATTENTION. I just changed the filters today and the element was fine but the large O ring does not work with the Hino canister. It's the same diameter but not thick enough to create a seal. I re-used the seal the was in place.


I've reused them when I got lazy, so no big as long as they aren't 20 years old. So no alarms on start up eh? Good to hear, Dean


Thanks Dean. No alarms. I should have left it drain longer I guess as I had a bit of a mess removing the canister but the pads picked it up. The PO had left a hand pump fitted for the drain line but need to find a better system for transferring the oil from the 5gal pail to the motors. I think I'll get a drill pump next time.

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Wild Blue Yonder wrote: I get mine at the local Hino truck dealer.
Part number is S1560771490. The last ones were 20$, up from 14$ last year.As for draining the filter housing, I take out the large square nut on the bottom and just right of the filter housing. It gets most of the oil out. Behind the nut is a spring and a steel cylinder slider. I have also tried loosening the vey bottom large nut below the canister but it tears up the brass washers and they are a PITA to change.
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I tried this two weeks ago and the Hino dealer wanted $29 each in Seattle, so I bailed. Dean

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diveguy wrote:
Thanks Dean. No alarms. I should have left it drain longer I guess as I had a bit of a mess removing the canister but the pads picked it up. The PO had left a hand pump fitted for the drain line but need to find a better system for transferring the oil from the 5gal pail to the motors. I think I'll get a drill pump next time.


As I remember, I only had this happen A. when I used the bolt shown in the database and B. when I didn't back out the drain bolt sufficiently. Honestly can't remember how many turns it takes, but will find out in the next couple weeks, as it's time. I do let them sit at least 20 minutes. Unfortunately, it's not like there are not other things to do in meantime. :)

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These are the filters I found after crossing over from the fleetguard that diveguy shown me, I was unable to find the fleetguard. As stated earlier the o ring does not work. Found them on e-bay for 5 bucks ea.

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The Hino originals filters are slightly taller and wider, here's what I came up with



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The hino dealer here in stockton ca, wont have anything to do with you if you dont have a VIN number

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The Hino master agent out here crossed the part over to a Baldwin & I've used these past 2 years - mine are spin-on however.

Baldwin Z-B7014.

Also the small fuel filter:

Z-BF940.

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Steve3218 wrote: The Hino originals filters are slightly taller and wider, here's what I came up with.


Did the filter come with the proper O ring? What was the cost?

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diveguy wrote:

Steve3218 wrote: The Hino originals filters are slightly taller and wider, here's what I came up with.


Did the filter come with the proper O ring? What was the cost?


Yes, they come with the proper O-ring. You can order from Dan at North Harbor who has chimed in here, suggest you avoid the other counter worker there given my recent experience. They were shipped to me last week at $19.32 each for three (don't ask on the quantity) plus tax and $13.42 shipping to Seattle. Still the local Hino dealer quoted me $29 ea.

I guess I'd be wary of using a filter that had a shorter height than the original in a canister configuration. I'm unclear how you are assured a seal at the top and bottom when at pressure . You would never know it, and the bypass alarm will not actuate. Dean
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hargsnz wrote: The Hino master agent out here crossed the part over to a Baldwin & I've used these past 2 years - mine are spin-on however.

Baldwin Z-B7014.

Also the small fuel filter:

Z-BF940.


Yep those are what I have used for years, you can also cross reference them for other brands, I have used the Napa brand a couple of times.

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