A 1997 Dodge with a Cummins diesel does not have an oxygen sensor.A 1997 Dodge with a Cummins diesel does not have an oxygen sensor.
Cummins is made by Cummins. They are one of largest diesel engine manufactures in the world.
Lift pump failing and then taking out the injector pump
1989 was the first year of the Cummins.
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Yes Cummins diesel and a 4x4
It is a diesel Engine manufacturer.
In 1919, Clessie Lyle Cummins drastically improved existing diesel engines which then became Cummins. He was awarded 33 different United States patents for his invention.
No, the common rail fuel system started on the 2003 model year Dodge.
The common rail systems made by Bosch and used on the Cummins engines in Dodge trucks and in the Mercedes/Dodge Sprinters are self bleeding. All you do is crank the engine and it will purge the air on its own.
The power rating for the 2003 model year Cummins diesel engine is 305 hp and 555 pound feet of torque. This was the 5.9L Inline-6 turbo diesel engine from Cummins.
The Cummins diesel in a Dodge Ram does not have glow plugs, it uses an intake heater grid.
The Cummins diesel wasn't a factory option until 1989.The Cummins diesel wasn't a factory option until 1989.
From my research, Cummins is an independent company with publicly traded stock
If it has the 6.7L Cummins, then yes.
Its actually called a cummins diesel because that's the manufacturer of the engine. They are widely used because of the name and reputation that comes with them
You need the Cummins Insite software in order to do this.
The front suspension will not hold the weight of the Cummins.
There is no such engine as a Cummins 2500 Diesel.
No, and all you'd do is tear up that transmission, anyhow.. it wasn't designed for the torque produced by the Cummins diesel.
No such part on a 1997 Cummins.
No such part on a 1993 Cummins
Cummins makes there turbos Over the years they have used Garret and Holset.