Most all Cummins temperature sensors are located at the thremostat housing
Lower driver side of the radiator.
The Cummins ISX uses red ELC (extended life coolant).
The refrigerant is R134a.
No such part on a 1993 Cummins
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."
an n-14 cummins weighs 2770lb dry and 2890lb wet. dry meaning no coolant ,engine oil,or fuel
Head gasket & oil cooler
Broken head gasket...since an ISX with 200 miles is still under warranty, let Cummins fix it.
The STD model is mechanical, the Celect and Celect Plus models use electronic controls.
You should be using red extended life coolant (ELC).
Every other oil change.
The n-14 cummins weighs 2770lb (1256 kg) dry and 2890lb (1310 kg) wet. Dry means no coolant ,engine oil,or fuel.
turbocharger casing around 500degree
On the back of the compressor.
It is the smooth pulley next to the belt tensioner.
There is no such engine as a Cummins 2500 Diesel.
Red, five year, hoat type. It is also called G05
The temperature sensor is located on the top of the engine, near fuel filer. Someone told me that there is two of them, one for the PCM and one for the cluster but I didn't found the other one.
Pictures of the thermostat housing location, on a 1998 Cummins diesel engine, can be found at most, heavy duty truck dealerships. The pictures can also be found at many auto-parts stores.