This Fleetguard CV52001 Crank Case Vent Filter is for the Cummins ISB 6.7L turbo diesel engine. This is the OEM direct replacement CCV52001 CV filter for your ISB 6.7L Cummins. The Cummins 6 7L Crank Case Vent Filter CV52001 is for the 2007 6.7L Cummins ISB turbo diesel engines. The Crank Case Ventilation Filter is a High-efficiency crankcase aerosol filter designed to provide superior engine and environmental protection from crankcase blow by. READ MORE >>
CV52001 6.7L Cummins Crankcase Ventilation Filter for the Cummins ISB Engines from Fleetguard
The ISB6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel uses a Crank Case Ventilation Filter CV52001 to meet the strict emission control objectives.This Fleetguard CV52001 crankcase ventilation filter is a High-Efficiency crankcase aerosol filter designed to provide superior engine and environmental protection from crankcase blow-by emissions.
The 2007.5 to current model Dodge Ram trucks with the Cummins 6.7 liter diesel engines have this Crank Case Ventilation Filter. Manufactured by Fleetguard with the part CV52001 the OCV Breather Assembly is used on Cummins ISB6.7 engines 2007 to current models. The Cummins 6.7L Crank Case Ventilation Filter CV52001 is located on top of the valve cover assembly and under the dress cap.
The CV52001 OCV Breather Assembly Filter used in vehicles with the Cummins ISB6.7L engines.
- 2007.5 to 2017 Dodge Ram 2500, 3500, 4500 and 5500 trucks.
- 2011 to Current Ford F-550 and F-650
- 2008 to 2010 Sterling Bullet 45 and 55 trucks
- Freightliner M2 and M55 trucks
- Peterbilt 348 series trucks.
- International Workstar trucks
- Any vehicle using the 6.7L Cummins ISB Engines.
What is the CCV Filter Change Interval for 6.7 Cummins?
The factory suggested change interval for the Cummins 6.7L Crank Case Vent Filter is 67,500 miles or when the overhead message appears. Owners of the Cummins 6.7L now know that changing the Cummins Crank Case Vent Filter CV52001 at a lower service interval is money well spent.
This Fleetguard CV52001 - CUMMINS: OCV / Crankcase Ventilation Kit / Breather Assembly is the one used on the Cummins ISB Engines. Because the Cummins 6.7L Crankcase Vent Filter breather tube is location is next to the turbo inlet, we recommend shorter change intervals. A shorter change interval of the FLEETGUARD Crank Case Vent Filter CV52001 will help minimize oil vapor coating the turbo compressor wheel.
Chrysler recommends the Dodge Ram with the 6.7L Cummins Crankcase Ventilation Filter replacement interval when a message on your overhead console alerts you that the Crankcase Vent Filter is now clogged.
In the 2007.5 model Cummins 6.7L diesel there is a new emissions system which no longer vents crankcase gasses to the atmosphere. With the new 6.7L Cummins emissions systems, they've switched to a CCV or Closed Crankcase Ventilation system. This new CCV system contains a Fleetguard 6.7L Cummins Crank Case Vent Filter CV52001. The Cummins 6.7L diesel employs a Closed Crankcase Ventilation system. This Closed Crankcase Ventilation system collects these crankcase gasses. These oily gasses are directed into your turbocharger inlet post air filter. This Closed Crankcase Ventilation system will allow an oily build up on the turbo compressor wheel if the filter is not serviced. If the FLEETGUARD 6.7L Cummins Crank Case Vent Filter CV52001 filter becomes plugged crankcase blow-by is higher than normal; these gasses can now coat the inside of the intercooler which lowers its efficiency. By changing the Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel Crank Case Vent Filter as a part of your regular preventive maintenance, you will save time, money and allot of aggravation.
Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel Crank Case Ventilation Filter Cross Reference numbers:
- Mopar 68002433AA
- Mopar 68002433AB
- Cummins 4936636
- Cummins 5263190
This 6.7L Cummins crankcase ventilation filter is MADE IN THE USA!
How do you change this filter?
How to change the FLEETGUARD 6.7L Cummins Crank Case Vent Filter CV52001 1. Pop the hood and remove the four cap screws holding the front dress cover in place. Then remove the oil dip stick Be careful not to brush it up against anything and then remove the front cover. Replace the dip stick. 2. Now remove the eight 8MM cap screws holding the FLEETGUARD CV52001 6.7L Cummins Crank Case Vent Filter cover in place. (Remember that the back one on the left has a cable attached to it. To get that out of your way just pull up on the tie. 3. Once the 8 cap screws are removed, clean around the oil filler cap, then remove it and lift the cover up and move it out of the way to the left. Reinstall the filler cap. 4.) Now lift up on the CCV Filter and remove it. 5. Installation of the Fleetguard CV52001 6.7L Cummins Crank Case Vent Filter is just a reverse of the process. Remember to tighten the cap screws in a star pattern like you do a wheel and not too tight. Do not over tighten these screws as there is not a torque spec but when you remove them you'll notice that they aren't very tight.