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    How often do you check or replace your air filter ?

    Bummer...hate to hear that. My parents have a 2015 and it's been bulletproof for the most part. Hoping that's our experience too. It's a 2021 GT Plus 2WD.
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    How often do you check or replace your air filter ?

    My wife and I just bought a Durango a few weeks ago...we love it! Have you had any issues pop up with yours since you've owned it?
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    8,918 Miles on Coolant Filter for 6.0 Power Stroke

    The synthetic water filters are apparently 95% @ 40 microns.
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    8,918 Miles on Coolant Filter for 6.0 Power Stroke

    It does not. All Fleetguard coolants are free of 2-EH.
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    Coolant testing

    Fleetguard partners with Polaris Laboratories under a program called Monitor; you can check out the coolant sampling kits here: https://www.cumminsfiltration.com/sites/default/files/LT36251.pdf As for a cleaning agent, we definitely do not recommend using soaps or detergents in engines...that...
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    Silicone ADBV - Always red?

    Found out that we do make this filter in-house, and the anti-drain back valve is made of nitrile (NBR). Hope that helps!
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    8,918 Miles on Coolant Filter for 6.0 Power Stroke

    If you check out this PDF, scroll down to pages 5 & 6 where the filters are: https://www.cumminsfiltration.com/sites/default/files/LT15108NA_CoolantBrochure-11-10-2021.pdf For standard service filters with cellulose media, they are designed to last up to 75,000 miles. For extended service...
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    8,918 Miles on Coolant Filter for 6.0 Power Stroke

    There are quite a few coolant filter part numbers from Fleetguard...some chemical, some non-chemical with different media types (cellulose or StrataPore melt-blown synthetic). The nice thing about ES Compleat OAT coolant is you don't need to worry about adding SCAs ever, meaning no need for...
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    8,918 Miles on Coolant Filter for 6.0 Power Stroke

    Molybdate is part of the equation, but mainly it's a couple of the organic acids in the formulation...benzoic and sebacic. Those are both designed to protect iron and aluminum components.
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    8,918 Miles on Coolant Filter for 6.0 Power Stroke

    I work for Fleetguard, so not necessarily a user but very familiar with coolant. The best coolant we have is ES Compleat OAT...it's Nitrite, Amine, Phosphate and Silicate free. Our NOAT coolant was basically formulated so we could sell to CAT customers that were adamant about a Nitrited OAT coolant.
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    8,918 Miles on Coolant Filter for 6.0 Power Stroke

    If you're looking for another CAT EC-1 spec coolant, check out Fleetguard ES Compleat NOAT...it's our million mile Nitrite OAT coolant.
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    How often do you check or replace your air filter ?

    Restriction gauges are the best way to know when to change a filter. We have an electronic version that uses a color-changing LED light to make things easy...pretty affordable too: https://www.cumminsfiltration.com/sites/default/files/LT36639-9-16-2019.pdf
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    Supertech Asian Red 50/50

    Phosphate and Silicate are the most common additives to drop out in engine coolant, for what that's worth. We typically recommend using a NAPS (Nitrite Amine Phosphate Silicate) free OAT coolant to our customers because they are least likely to experience additive drop-out over time. Might be...
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    Walmart is taking over the world...with their own brand of coolants

    Life-of-the-engine coolants for HD engines are designed to last until the engine needs a rebuild, typically at a million miles unless there's some sort of problem. But not all million mile coolants are going to carry the same amount of maintenance over that time span, important to point out.
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    Walmart is taking over the world...with their own brand of coolants

    KOST is our blender for Fleetguard coolants, by the way. I haven't been up there for a facility tour yet, but it's on my to-do list for 2022. They blend, but it's very much up to the company selling the product to formulate the coolant...KOST is the chef, but the coolant company owns the recipe.
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