Make use of a dot to suggest line junction, or use line leaps to suggest cross lines that are not linked. You simply can not sell a vehicle for a given model year that does not meet the current emission or vehicle safety standards. To start with, I think it would be appropriate to voice my opinion of this engine, based on its ownership, both good and bad, so here goes. Thank you for visiting HeavyEquipmentForums. The solenoid should have 6-15ohms of resistance across it. I got the Regen notification with the possibility of a derating. Any and all opinions appreciated.
The truck did not do this well when we got it. I stopped at the nearest rest area and turned the truck off. I don't have many hills and only travel within a 100 mi. Guess they had a few left. These repairs may last 12 to 24 months, but cracks can form again in less time because the blocks' walls are weak.
I just can't believe that none of the garages that looked for debris in the tank could find either one of those discs. I do drive both trucks. Failure rates on these are high during the truck's first 180-200k mileage range, where the warranty will still cover it. If your Turbo Actuator is bad then it can effect charge pressure. This is a plate that bolts between the oil pan and the block that really stiffens up the bottom of the block which they have a real problem of main bearing caps walking around. Very many of these forced burns and the filter requires replacement.
I personally would never buy any truck with a motor smaller than 14 liters, but thats just me. But I cleaned them out with the carb cleaner per your instructions This truck has 380,000 miles. I took my Swiss Army knife and duct taped it to the end of the Francis and gigged that thing like a frog. Stay ahead of trouble on egr engines aftermarket trucking info egr engines still plague owners of older trucks with problems. The big thing to remember is to keep your foot out of it and your mileage should go up.
I recommend using Mechanical gauges you can get them off Amazon instead of something like a scan-gauge. The only difference in these two trucks are the rears and transmissions. In the Country Coach line up, that meant Intrigue on up the food chain. In basic it is great to place the favorable + supply at the top, as well as the unfavorable - supply at the base, and also the logical circulation from left to. Is this a def motor or is this time frame a 'crossover' era? Very many of these forced burns and the filter requires replacement.
The more soot build-up, the more soot produced, the higher soot produced, the more soot build-up. After that first failure, re-occurrences are not common unless the engine suffers conditions that cause the block to 'settle' again, like say changing its governed speed by a large amount and driving it hard at the new speed. Please note that this info is based on only my understanding of this engine. When misfiring occurs, mechanics look for problems with the injectors and the cylinders by using the scan tool injector kill test function. Most often, it is accompanied with actuator alarms as well.
The list goes on and on. Truck is governed at 65 mph. It is unfortunately, not recognized officially, by the engine maker, and therefore not preformed by the trained professionals of most shops, so this leaves the problem to the truck owner to perform. Now with 15000on an oil change I have added 3 gallons of oil. The truck does not smoke at all. Truck is a company truck which I drive.
Well unless you are driving both trucks, you have no idea if they are driving exactly the same! There are many details involved in troubleshooting a Cummins motor, but learning a few fundamentals is very helpful. I bought it 3 yrs ago with 530,000 miles with new dpf installed. They cleaned it and no more trouble. This soot builds up quickly in the oil, causing excess wear, and in every component that there is exhaust gas flow. The question posed here, is how does one know for sure, a Turbo actuator is bad to begin with?. The O-Ring simply aged out. Once the throttle came back there was no issues for the rest of the day.
I have a 2007 international workstar with what i believe is a. I am not out here to play, I am out here to make money, and to move freight. Well truck is back in the shop with same symptoms. They both run almost at the same rpm at the same speed. Looks like Tiffin didnt offer a 2012 Zephyr? Because of this, I do not think this engine should be owned by anybody that is not willing to learn these same systems, invest in some serious tools and equipment, and get their hands dirty regularly, because relying on a repair shop to keep this engine running well is just way too costly. We'd appreciate any help you can offer in spreading the word of our new site.
Heck, there might be others. There was no derating of the engine prior to shut down. Not worth the risk of cleaning it if u ask me. I replaced the imap, delta p, and exhaust backpressure sensor. See if it is leaking. I'm frustrated with this truck because I cant get better than 6.