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  1. 1994-1998 12 valve Cummins Engine Troubleshooting

    94-98 Fuel system troubleshooting

    Engine won’t start:

    Bleed the air out of the system

    If you are starting your Cummins for the first time, it is required to “bleed” the air out of the injector lines by loosening the injector line nut just enough to allow fuel and air to escape the line while you are cranking the engine. It is usually required to do at least 3 injector lines. Tightening the line nut while you are still cranking the engine is the best way. This is also a good way to verify that the injector pump’s shut down solenoid is allowing fuel to the injector. If your supply fuel line is loose, it is possible to draw air into the fuel system at that point, so if you suspect you are not getting rid of the air in the system check your supply line connections. These engines should have between 18-30 psi or

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  2. 1998.5-2002 24 valve Cummins Engine Troubleshooting

    98.5-02 Fuel System Troubleshooting

    Engine won’t start:

    Bleed the air out of the system

    If you are starting your Cummins for the first time, it is helpful to “bleed” the air out of the injector lines by loosening the injector line nut just enough to allow fuel and air to escape the line while you are cranking the engine. It is usually required to do at least 3 injector lines. Tightening the line nut while you are still cranking the engine is the best way. This is also a good way to verify that the injector pump’s shut down solenoid is allowing fuel to the injector. If your supply fuel line is loose, it is possible to draw air into the fuel system at that point, so if you suspect you are not getting rid of the air in the system check your supply line connections. These engines should have between 7-15 psi of

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  3. 2003-2009 Common Rail Cummins Engine Troubleshooting

    Trouble with your Common Rail Cummins? Check back soon for some answers- in the meantime call.
     
     
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  4. 1989-1993 12 valve Cummins Engine Troubleshooting

    89-93 Fuel system troubleshooting

    Engine won’t start:

    Bleed the air out of the system

    If you are starting your Cummins for the first time, it is required to “bleed” the air out of the injector lines by loosening the injector line nut just enough to allow fuel and air to escape the line while you are cranking the engine. It is usually required to do at least 3 injector lines. Tightening the line nut while you are still cranking the engine is the best way. This is also a good way to verify that the injector pump’s shut down solenoid is allowing fuel to the injector. If your supply fuel line is loose, it is possible to draw air into the fuel system at that point, so if you suspect you are not getting rid of the air in the system check your supply line connections. These engines

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  5. 2003-2010 Ford Diesel Transmission Control Module Custom Tuning Option

    We now offer the option of using your Ford ® transmission control module (TCM) to control the transmission for 2003-2007 Ford diesel trucks. Understand that since the 6.0 & 6.4 engines made it's power and torque so much differently than the Cummins ® engine, tuning is necessary. Also necessary are several reproduced or intact Ford signals- so don't attempt this at home without some help.

    The latest news is that we now have excellent data logging capabilities that make this option available to anyone using specific years of Cummins engines.

    Find out more- read our Ford TCM Tuning article today!

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  6. New From DCS For Land Rover

    The Diesel Conversion adapter family now offers an adapter plate for the Land Rover line of vehicles. This adapter connects the NV3550 or 23 spline NV4500 transmission to Land Rover Discovery and Range Rover Classic transfer case.

    Part #2062 kit includes an adapter plate, carrier bearing, spud shaft and snap ring that arrives pre-assembled.

    For more information please see the Land Rover Overview.

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  8. High Mount A/C Kit

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  9. Does Diesel Conversion Specialists® have dealer pricing, dealers or regional retailers?

    Diesel Conversion Specialists® does not have dealers, and is proud to offer wholesale pricing to the public without any additional sales tax.  We ship parts out of our Montana offices and warehouse.

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  10. Can I register my vehicle in states with emissions testing?

    Every state has different laws regarding emissions testing and procedures. What’s legal in Montana may not be legal in California etc.  The bottom line is this, we ALWAYS recommend that you check with your local and state offices to determine legality.

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