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Im looking at a 2006 Freightliner classic with a c15 the OEM

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Im looking at a 2006 Freightliner classic with a c15 the OEM #on the decal is C01-00111-006. Iwant to know this engines repair and recall history ,where wold I find it or can you help me with info? VIN # *****
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Medium and Heavy Trucks
Expert:  Jeremy replied 1 year ago.

My name is ***** ***** I will assist you.

I can't access CAT via SIS, but I think Catman here can. I can access Freightliner and can pull up history through them for the chassis. I however can't provide the sheet via online due to customer info on the sheet and that is difficult to verify via the internet. I can say via Freightliner that there have been a few issues with this engine based on their history of work. It looks like there was a bottom end rebuild in June 2012. The clutch was done in 9/2010. There have been a few small odds and ends.

The best way to get a full history is through the Freightliner dealer. They can pull up the history and they would have CAT access if the dealer is a CAT certified shop.

Now if you go to ACCESS FREIGHTLINER (CLICK HERE) there is an owner option to be able to access all the history yourself. You can even pull up the CAT info. You will just need to sign up and prove you are the owner. It is easier to go to the dealer and register than to do it online a lot of times. Some dealers will tell you that you can;t, but you can. I have several owners that have accessed this way already and it doesn't cost anything for the owner to access this particular portal.

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Expert:  Jeremy replied 1 year ago.

I see you viewed this. did you stil need assistance with this? Thanks.

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