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Re: Winnebago Generator Access by Joe
Post New Message I have three ideas... normally the spin on filter is located about 3 inches left and 5 inches down from the outer spark plug just next to the data plate....several times I have encountered a remote mounted filter which was mounted behind the generator in the area where the engine meets the generator, it had a cover and was an element filter, and the other possibility is that there is no filter at all. Many older Onan generaters came with no oil filter. Several years ago I did work for an ice cream company and all their 6.5 Onans had no filters on them. If you have no luck and want to persue it further, get a mirror and take the spec number off the ID plate and contact Onan. They can tell you where and if....
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