This FASS 95 Series Pump WS-2001 Fuel Water Separator Replacement Filter is now available as a Fleetguard Fuel Water Separator Filter. This replacement fass fuel filter is a 20 Micron rated Fleetguard Filter which removes water from your diesel fuel. KLM Performance strongly recommends keeping a spare set of FASS 95 Replacement Filters in your vehicle at all times. READ MORE >>
FASS 95 Series Replacement WS-2001 Diesel Fuel Water Separator Filter
The FASS WS-2001 is a replacement water separator filter for your fuel air separation system is replaced with an upgraded part manufactured by Fleetguard a division of Cummins.
The Fleetguard version of the FASS WS-2001 is the replacement Water Separator for the:
This new and improved Fleetguard Fuel Water Separator provides:
KLM recommends regularly draining this FASS FS-2001 Water Separator filter to remove the water contained within this filter. The FASS 95 Series Fleetguard Water Separator Filter is recommended to be changed every 15,000 to 30,000 miles. The FASS 95 Series / Titanium Series Filter change intervals vary due to the quality and type of fuel used. Regularly removing the water from this filter will help to prevent freeze ups in your vehicle fuel system during the winter months. If you do not drain this filter element on a regular basis, then it's time to change this FASS water separator.
KLM Performance strongly recommends keeping a spare set of FASS 95 Series / Titanium Series Filters in your vehicle at all times.
Keeping an extra set of FASS 95 / Titanium Series Replacement Filters in your truck is far cheaper than calling for a tow!
FASS 95 Series FS-2001 Fuel Water Separator Filter for Fuel Air Separation Systems.
What is the recommended change interval on a FASS Fuel Water Separator filter?
If you cannot remember when the last time you changed or drained this filter then its time for a new fuel water filter on your FASS fuel pump. The FASS 95 Series Replacement Filters are recommended to be changed every 15 to 30,000 miles. These diesel fuel filter change intervals vary due to the quality and type of fuel used.