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.
1989 was the first year of the Cummins.
The Cummins diesel in a Dodge Ram does not have glow plugs, it uses an intake heater grid.
check your relay and blue wire first. there may be nothing wrong with your solenoid at all
1997 Dodge diesels come with the 12 valve cummins engine. It is fully mechanical and does not have a camshaft position sensor. "Dodge cummins diesel forum" is a good resource for dodge cummins owners.
If it has the 6.7L Cummins, then yes.
Yes Cummins diesel and a 4x4
Dodge uses relays, the ASD relay will be on the firewall.
Cummins owns the engine. Dodge just offers the computer instead of cummins. Cummins is a private company it is not owned by Ford or Dodge.
A 2000 Dodge Ram diesel does not have an oxygen sensor.
Dodge cummins. By far
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.
No such part on a 1997 Cummins.
No such part on a 1993 Cummins
Cummins recomends no more than 5% bio diesel.
i dont think so
with cummins 3400 kilograms
The Cummins in a Dodge truck did not get EGR until 2007 with the 6.7L.The Cummins in a Dodge truck did not get EGR until 2007 with the 6.7L.
The only engine used in a Dodge vehicle that does not have a timing chain or belt would be the Cummins diesel. The Cummins diesel uses timing gears.
The 2004 Cummins does not have EGR.