if the engine is stock it has 160 horsepower
The Dodge pickup trucks with Cummins engines are diesel turbocharger engines. They are built by the Cummins company and have been used in Dodge Ram trucks since 1989.
The engine computer is mounted on the driver side of the engine block.
No such part on a 1997 Cummins.
Most likely a 5.9 liter cummins turbo diesel 12v
Cummins 360 ?? I'm assuming you are talking about the Cummins 5.9L, like in a Dodge pickup. When you pop the hood, look at the left (passenger) side up against the firewall. Look for the yellow cap that says "Engine coolant only."
MAYBE... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. The only engine off the top of my head I can think of is the 5.9L I-6 Cummins. Go on YouTube.com and type in "Cummins Ranger." There is a guy with a Cummins Ford Ranger! :D Here's a link to YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/
The 5.9L Cummins engine holds twelve quarts of engine oil.
94-98.5 dodge cummins 12 valve
Here's a few million mile pickup truck diesel engines - - - 7.3L IDI International (Ford), 6.9L IDI International (Ford), 7.3L Powerstroke Turbo Diesel (Ford), and the 5.9L Cummins I-6 engine (Dodge.) Of the newest diesel engines offered in the Big 3 trucks, I'd say #1 is the 6.7L Powerstroke Diesel, #2 6.6L Duramax, #3 6.7L Cummins.
Most people say that Cummins is the best diesel engine but not with the new 6.7L offered in Dodge Ram trucks. The Ford Powerstroke Diesels put out more power than the Cummins by 40 horsepower and 85 pound feet of torque. Also, the new 6.7L Cummins engine has been known to overheat, stall, and the turbos are blowing in them at around 30,000 to 40,000 miles. The Cummins can't idle for more than 6 minutes or it will overheat and shut off and you must take it to the dealer to get the problem fixed. Let's compare. 6.4L Powerstroke diesel does not overheat, does not stall, but there ARE turbo problems with them. But that is no problem with the new 2011 6.7L Powerstroke diesel. As for Duramax, they've always been behind in quality but not power. So I'd say, here in 2010, that Powerstroke is the BEST diesel engine available in a pickup truck.
Gas engine, yesDiesel engine, no.Gas engine, yesDiesel engine, no.
Because Dodge wanted to sell a Diesel version if the truck. Diesels are long lived, more rugged and higher torqued than gas engines. Chrysler doesn't make one of their own. Why invent one when Cummins makes an excellent pickup sized diesel?
Yes. Chevy actually came out with a diesel s-10 pickup. They are rare but you can do it.
Diesel engines were not a factory option until the late 70s, so if you find a 60s pickup with a diesel, it has been switched after it left the factory. Installing a diesel engine in a 60s model Ford pickup would not be the easiest conversion, but it could be done. Motor mounts would probably have to be fabricated, and you would probably have to change out the transmission, also. Best to find an engine/transmission combination that has already been proven to work together. The other consideration is finding a diesel engine with the horsepower and torque necessary for the truck.
Before buying a diesel truck, you should know the MPG for city and highway driving, the horsepower of the engine, and the towing capacity, as well as what type of Warranty comes with the vehicle.
It was a Mitsubishi 2.2 liter inline four used in the Dodge D and W series pickups in 1977. It was a dog. General Motors came next with the 5.7 Olds Diesel V8 (which is often incorrectly stated to be a diesel conversion of the 5.7 gas engine).
The 350 cubic inch (5.7 liter) pickup engine was factory-rated at 200 horsepower in 1994.
Considering that a diesel pickup truck can't use gas I would say that there aren't any diesel trucks that get good gas mileage. If you were wondering which diesel truck gets the highest miles per gallon then I would say you should look at the Dodge Cummins diesel.
Gas engine, 10w30Diesel , 15w40Gas engine, 10w30Diesel , 15w40
From a crankshaft speed/position sensor.
about 245-250 horsepower and 333 ft. lbs. of torque
where is the cranksensor on 1994 chevy pickup with a 6.5 engine