Item #: CV520010
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Time to change the CCV in your '07.5-'17 Dodge Cummins Turbo Diesel truck? Hold on, what is a CCV?

The CrankCase Vent filter sits on top of the valve cover and, from what looks like last minute entry in the '07.5 Owners Manual, it requires inspection and/or changing every 67,500 miles. And according to Dodge, a message on your overhead console will alert you to the need to change the filter.

Furthermore, should the crankcase vent system become clogged there are diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs for the uninitiated) that will be set causing a malfunction indicator light (MIL for the uninitiated) to come on. Specifically the DTCs for CCV problems are:

  • P1507 crankcase filter restriction.
  • P1508 crankcase filter restriction—replaces filter.
If these codes are set the "Perform Service" message will illuminate on the overhead display.


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Feb 19, 2017  |  By William
As advertised perfect OEM fit at a great price

Feb 12, 2017  |  By Matthew
$30 savings over the "stealership" prices. Well worth it when you do not want to pay wholesale and debate towards retail. Easy 15 min job when compared to a $200+ service fee.

Crank case filter
Jan 25, 2017  |  By Phillip Stevens
a good product . Same as the dealer offers at a better cost. thanks

CCV filter
Jan 4, 2017  |  By Jason Hagey
Fast shipping, great products. Will be using you guys in the future. Thanks!

Crankcase filter
Dec 26, 2016  |  By Jason warhurst
Easy to install and fits perfect. I bought my truck used and wasn't sure if it had ever replaced. Good stuff!!

Geno's service
Nov 18, 2016  |  By Robert B
Geno's cant be beat in regards to getting the correct part fast, the first time. Will also pick Geno's when I need parts for my Ram !!

6.7 Diesel Crankcase Vent Filter
Nov 16, 2016  |  By Hank Bensley
This was an easy remove and replace filter. Fit just like the OEM filter I replaced and was 1/3 the cost of having the dealer replace it. I'm only giving it a 4 star because I do not know how long it will last.
Owner Response:This is a Cummins/Fleetguard OEM filter. There are too many variables from condition of engine to how the truck is used that will determine how long the CCV filter will last.

CCV filter replacement is easy
Oct 29, 2016  |  By Hank Bensley
I just replaced the filter after watching the you tube video. Easy as pie. Now I just have to reset the service required notification after I watch another video on it.

Great Prices!
Oct 27, 2016  |  By Deon
Great prices and fast shipping! Very pleased!

ccv filter
Oct 7, 2016  |  By Kenny Shrey
great deal,about 1/2 what the stealership wanted to charge

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