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Re: Cummins won't start

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Robert Major

08-30-2013 21:48:18

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Hi so when is the first electric injection 98 or so?
Never had a cummins in a truck. older ones are good motors from what guys round here say. and how they try and beat them to death. I know one farm had an older 90's one on seed plot work hauling equipment, with a well loaded 30 ft trailer. The hired clowns ran it a fair distance 3 times low on coolant, before it destroyed the block. when they took it apart the temper had gone from the rings and could near straighten them out! but it still ran pretty well. the motors in a crate in their shop, saw it last year. In my opinion the only thing that spoils that 5.9 is the truck they put it in. couple of guys I know love the motor but not the rest of the truck!
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T in NE

09-15-2013 12:12:53

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 Re: Cummins won't start in reply to Robert Major, 08-30-2013 21:48:18  
98 1/2 the VP-44 came into use, electronically-controlled mechanical pump. Quality control on the circuit boards could be spotty, fair number of cold solders got through. If you buy a rebuilt one make sure it has new electronics in it too.

P-7100 was used 94-98. Price an FSS (fuel shut-off solenoid) and you'll put a kill cable on it.

89-93 used the VE-44 rotary pump, doesn't have the fuel-pushing ability of the P-pump, but a lot more tunable. Same thing as the P-pump with the FSS, if you only call Dodge, but VW has them available for about $25.

I think it was 08 when they went to the common-rail and 6.7L.

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09-10-2013 00:20:17

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 Re: Cummins won't start in reply to Robert Major, 08-30-2013 21:48:18  
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Opinions are like something else that everyone has ...... BUT you are entitled to yours - I've got one of my own :)

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Robert Major

09-12-2013 20:03:42

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 Re: Cummins won't start in reply to mj, 09-10-2013 00:20:17  
Hi that"s correct. I just got what I heard from the guys that have them. Some have had 4 or more and this is the last one from what they tell me. Never had one my self, and don"t intend to. Im kinda sick of listening to them whining about their problems with the rest of the truck. If you got one and are happy that"s all that matters really.
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