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Ingersollland
OPERATING, MAINTENANCE,
PARTS MANUAL
MODELS:
HP675WCU
XP825WCU
HP750WCU
XP750WCU
Code:
Code: D
--This manual contains important safety information.- -- ---- - - ---- -
Do not destroy this manual.
This manual must be available to the personnel who operate and maintain this machine.
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. ~~I n g e r . s o u f t a n d
,I Portable Power
P.O.Box 868- 501 Sanford Ave
Mocksville, N.C.27028
www.portablepower.irco.com
C.C.N. : 22330252
DATE : October 2003
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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FOREWORD 2
SAFETY __. . .. . __. .. . . . 3
SAFETY LABELS . . . . __. 6
WARRANTY . . . . . __. 14
NOISE EMISSION . __. __. . . . . __. . 19
GENERAL DATA __. __. _.. __.. __. . . . . . __. __. _23
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Dimensions
Data
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS . _... __.. _. 24
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Commissioning .. .__.. __.. .__. .__. .. _ 24
Compressor Mounting .__... . .. __.____ .__. . .. _ 24
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Prior to Starting . .__.__. .. .__._____ _.__. 25
Starting .__.__. .. __. . ._.__.. . 28
Stopping _.. .__._.. .__.. _______________ ___.__. . 28
Emergency Stopping __ _ _ _ _.. _ _.. _._ _._ 28
Re-starting _.__.__. ._._ _.. _ _ _._ _.. _._._.__ _._._.. 29
Monitoring During Operation __ ___.. .__. .. _.. . 29
Decommissioning __.__._.. .. .. .__. .__._ 29
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ENGINE OPERATION and MAINTENANCE. . __.. _. __. __. __. . _30
MAINTENANCE
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Routine Maintenance
Compressor Lubrication
Speed and Pressure Regulation
Torque Settings Table
FAULT FINDINGS
PARTS ORDERING
PARTS LISTS
XP825DWCU. HP750DWCU, XP750DWCU, HP675WCU. 9/235, 9/215
FOREWORD
Nothing contained in this document is intended to extend any
promise, warranty or representation, expressed or implied,
regarding the Ingersoll-Rand products described herein. Any
such warranties or other terms and conditions of sale of
products shall be in accordance Withthe standard terms and
conditions of sale for such products, which are available upon
request.
This manual contains instructions and technical data to
cover all routine operation and scheduled maintenance tasks by
operation and maintenance staff. Major overhauls are outside
the scope of this manual and should be referred to an authorised
Ingersoll- Rand service department.
All components, accessories, pipes and connectors added
to the compressed air system should be:
of good quality, procured fromareputable manufacturer and,
wherever possible, be of a type approved by lnqersoll-Hanc
clearly rated for a pressure at least equal to the machine
maximum allowable working pressure.
compatible with the compressor lubricant/coolant.
accompanied with instructions for safe Installation,
operation and maintenance.
Details of approved equipment are available from
Ingersoll-Rand Service departments.
The use of repair parts / lubricants / fluids other than those
included within the Ingersoll-Rand approved parts list may
create hazardous conditions over which Ingersoll- Rand has no
control. Therefore Ingersoll-Rand cannot be held responsible
for equipment in which non-approved repair parts are installed.
Ingersoll-Rand reserves the right to make changes and
improvements to products without notice and without incurring
any obligation to make such changes or add such
improvements to products sold previously.
The intended uses of this machine are outlined below and
examples of unapproved usage are also given, however
Ingersoll-Rand cannot anticipate every application or work
situanon that mayarise.
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IF IN DOUBT CONSULT SUFIERVISION.
ThiS machine has been designed andsupplied for above ground
operation and only in the fOllowing specified conditions and
applications:
compression of normal ambient air containing no known or
detectable additional gases, vapours, or particles.
Operation within the ambient temperature range specified in
the GENERAL DATA SECTION of this manual.
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The use of the machine in any of the situation types
listed in table 1:-
a) Is not approved by lnqersotl-Hand,
b) May impair the safety of users and other persons, and
c) May prejudice any claims made against Ingersoll-Rand.
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TABLE 1
Use of the machine to produce compressed air for:
a) direct human consumption
b) indirect human consumption, without suitable filtration and
puntv checks.
Use of the machine outside the ambient temperature range
specified in the GENERAL DATA SECTION of this manual.
Use of the machine where there is anyactual or foreseeable
risk of hazardous levels of flammable gases or vapours.
Use of the machine fitled with non Ingersoll- Rand approved
components / lubricants / fluids
Use of the machine with safety or control components
missing or disabled.
Use of the machine for storage or transportation of materials
inside or on the enclosure except when contained within the
toolbox.
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Ingersoll- Rand accepts no responsibility for errors in
translation of this manual fromthe original English version.
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SAFETY
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General Information
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Never operate unitwithout first observing all safetywarnings
and carefully reading the operation and maintenance manual
shipped fromthe factory with this machine.
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Ensure that the operator reads and understands the decals
and consults the manuals before maintenance or operation
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Ensure that maintenance personnel are adequately trained,
competent and have read the Maintenance Manuals.
Make sure thatall protective covers are in place andthat the
canopy/doors are closed during operation.
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The specification of this machine ISsuch thatthe machine is
not suitable for use in flammable gas risk areas. If such an
application is required then all local regulations, codes of
practice and Site rules must be observed To ensure that the
machine can operate in a safe and reliable manner, additional
equipment such as gas detection, exhaust spark arrestors, and
intake (shut-off) valves may be required, dependant on local
regulations or the degree of risk involved.
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A weekly visual check must be made on all fasteners/fixing
screws securing mechanical parts. In particular. safety-related
parts such as coupling hitch, drawbar components,
road-wheels, and lifting bail should be checked for total
security.
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All components whichare loose, damaged or unserviceable,
must be rectified Withoutdelay.
Air discharged from this machine may contaIn carbon
monoxide or other contaminants which will cause serious injury
or death. Do not breathe this air
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This machine produces loud noise Withthe doors open or
service valve vented. Extended exposure to loud noise can
cause hearing loss.Always wear hearing protection when doors
are open or service valve is vented.
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Never inspect or service unit without first disconnecting
battery cable(s} to prevent accidental starting
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Do notuse petroleumproducts (solvents or fuels) under high
pressure as this can penetrate the skin and result in serious
illness.wear eye protection while clearung unitwithcompressed
air to prevent Uebrls frominjuring eye(s}.
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Rotating fan blade can cause serious inJ Ury.00 notoperate
without guard in place.
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manifold and piping, air receiver andair discharge piping, etc.).
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Ether is an extremely volatile, highly inflammable gas.When
it is specified as a starting aid, use sparingly. DO NOT USE
ETHER IF THE MACHINE HAS GLOW PLUGS OR INLET
HEATER STARTING AIDS OR ENGINE DAMAGE WILL
RESULT
Never operate unit withguards, covers or screens removed.
Keep hands, hair, clothing, tools, blowgun tips, etc. well away
frommoving parts.
Compressed air
Compressed air can be dangerous if incorrectly handled.
Before doing any work on the unit, ensure that all pressure is
vented fromthe system andthatthe machine cannot be started
accidentally.
Ensure that the machine is operating at the rated pressure
and that the rated pressure is known to all relevant personnel.
All air pressure equipment installed In or connected to the
machine must have safe working pressure ratings ofat leastthe
machines safety valve setting.
If more than one compressor is connected to one common
downstream plant, effective check valves and isolation valves
must be fitted and controlled by work procedures, so that one
machine cannot accidently be pressurised / over pressurised by
another.
Compressed air must not be used for a direct feed to any
formof breathing apparatus or mask.
High Pressure Air can cause serious injuryor death. Relieve
pressure before removing filler plugs/caps, fittings or covers.
Air pressure can remain trapped In air supply line which can
result in serious injuryor death.Always carefully vent air supply
line at tool or vent valve before performing any service.
The discharged air contains a very small percentage of
compressor lubricating oil andcare should be taken to ensure
that downstream equipment is comoanbie.
If the discharged air Is to be ultimately released Into a
confined space, adequate ventilation must be provided
When using compressed air always use appropriate
personal protective equipment.
All pressure containing parts, especially flexible hoses and
their couplings, must be regularly inspected, be free from
defects and be replaced according to the Manual Instructions.
Avoid bodily contact withcompressed air.
XP825DWCU, HP750DWCU, XP750DWCU, HP675WCU. 9/235. 9/215
The safety valve located in the separator tank must be
checked periodically for correct operation.
Whenever the machine is stopped, air will flowback into the
compressor system from devices or systems downstream of
the machine unless the service valve is closed. Install acheck
valve atthe machine service valve to prevent reverse flowin the
event of an unexpected shutdown when the service valve is
open.
Disconnected air hoses whip and can cause serious injury
or death. Always attach asafety flowrestrictor to each hose at
the source of supply or branch line in accordance with OSHA
Regulation 29CFR Section 1926.302(b).
Never allow the unit to sit stopped with pressure in the
receiver-separator system
Materials
The following substances may be produced during the
operation of this machine:
brake lining dust
angine exhaust fumes
AVOID INHALATION
Ensure that adequate ventilation of the cooling system and
exhaust gases is maintained at all times.
The following substances are usedin the manufacture ofthis
machine and may be hazardous to health if used incorrectly:
anti-freeze
compressor lubricant
engine lubricant
preservative grease
rust preventative
diesel fuel
battery electrolyte
AVOID INGESTION, SKIN CONTACT AND INHALATION OF
FUMES
Should compressor lubricant come Into contact with the
eyes, then irrigate with water for at least 5 minutes.
Should compressor lubricant come into contact with the
skin, then wash off immediately.
Consult aphysician iflarge amounts of compressor lubricant
are ingested.
Consult a physician if compressor lubricant is inhaled.
Never give fluids or induce vomiting if the patient is
unconscious or having convulsions.
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Safety data sheets for compressor and engine lubricants
should be Obtainedfromthe lubricant supplier.
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Do NOT start or operate this machine in a confined area.
Avoid breathing exhaust fumes when working on or near the
machine.
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This machine may include such materials as oil, diesel fuel,
antifreeze, brake fluid, on/atr filters and batteries which may
require proper disposal when performing maintenance and
service tasks. Contact local authorities for proper disposal of
these materials.
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Battery
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A battery contains sulphuric acid and can give off gases
which are corrosive and potentially explosive. Avoid contact
with Skin, eyes and clothing. In case of contact, flush area
immediately with water
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DO NOT AnEMPTTOSLAVE START A FROZEN BATIERY
SINCE THIS MAY CAUSE IT TO EXPLODE.
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Exercise extreme caution when using booster battery To
jump battery, connect ends of one booster cable to the positive
(+) terminal of each battery. Connect one endof other cable to
the negative (-) terminal of the booster battery andother endto
a ground connection away fromdead battery (to avoid aspark
occurring near any explosive gases that may be present). After
starting unit, always disconnect cables In reverse order
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Radiator
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Hot engine coolant andsteamcan cause injury Ensure that
the radiator filler cap is removed with due care and attention.
Do not remove the pressure capfromaHOT radiator.Allow
radiator to Cool down before removing pressure cap.
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Transport
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When loading or transporting machines ensure that the
specified lilting and tie down points are used.
When loading or transporting machines ensure that the
towing vehicle, its size, weight, towing hitch and electrical
supply are all suitable to provide safe and stable towing at
speeds either, upto the legal maximumfor the country In which
it Is being towedor, as specified for the machine model Iflower
than the legal maximum.
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Do not exceed gross vehicle weight rating.
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Before towing the machine, ensure that:-
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the tires and towing hitch are in aserviceable condition.
the canopy is secure.
all ancillary equipment is stored in asafe andsecure manner.
the brakes and lights are functioning correctly and meet
necessary road traffic requirements.
break-away cables/safety chains are connected to the
towing vehicle.
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The machine must be towed in a level attitude in order to
maintain correct handling, braking and lighting functions. This
can be achieved by correct selection and acjustrnent of the
vehicle towing hitch and, on variable height running gear,
adjustment of the drawbar.
1.Make sure wheels, tires and towbar connectors are In safe
operating condition and tow bar is properly connected before
towing.
2.When parking always use the handbrake and, I f necessary,
suitable wheel chocks.
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Safety chains/connections and their adjustment where
fined:
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Ensure that the breakaway cable is securely coupled to the
trailer and also to asubstantial point on the towing vehicle.
Ensure that the cable length ISas short as possible, while stili
allowing enough slackness for the trailer to articulate without the
handbrake being applied
Loopthe chains onto the towing vehicle using the towing vehicle
hitch as an anchorage pomt, or any other point of similar
strength.
Ensure that the effective chain length is as short as possible
while still allowing normal articulation of the trailer andeffective
operation of the breakaway cable.
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DECALS
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Look for these .Igns on machines manufacturedIn Europe.which pointout potential hazards to
the safety of you and others. Read and understand thoroughly. Heed warnings and follow
instructions. If you do not understand. infonn you supervisor.
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GRAPHIC FORM AND MEANING OF ISO SYMBOLS
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Prohibition I Mandatory Information I Instructions Warning
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WARNING: Electrical shock risk. WARNING - PrBSSurlsedcomponent or WARNING- Hotsurfaco.
system.
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WARNING - Pressure control. WARNING - Corrosion risk.
WARNING - Air/gaa flow or Air
dlschargo.
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WARNING - Hot and harmful oxhauBt
WARNING - Maintain correct tyre
WARNING - Pressurl_d vessel. pressure. (Refer to the GENERAL
gas.
INFORMATION~on ofthis mWllolal).
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WARNING - Flammable liquid.
WARNING - Befonl connecting thetow
bar 01" commencing to towconsult the
operation andmaintenance manual.
WARNING- For operating temperature
below O"C, consult the opel'lltlon and
maintenance manual.
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WARNING - Do nat undertake any
maintenance on this machine until the
electrical supply IIIQillConnBCtodand
theolr pressure I.totally relieved.
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Do not removo theOperatlng and
Maintenance manual and manual holder
from this machine.
WARNING - eon.ulttfwoperation lind
maintenance manual before
commencing any malntenllnce.
Do not stack.
Do not breathe tl'lecompressed alr lrom
this machine.

Do not operate the machine without the


guard being f itted.
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Do not stand on any8&l'Vice valve or 0
parts of the pressure system.
Do not operate with the ooors or endosu
open.
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Do not usa fork liftbUck fromthis side.
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Do not exceed the trailer speed limit. No naked lights.
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Do not open the service valve before the
airhose is attached.
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Use fork 11ft truck from this side only. Emergency stop.
Lifting point.
Read the Operation and Maintenance
manual before operation or maintenance
of this machine is undertaken.
On (power).
When parking use prop stand, handrake
and wheel choCk&.
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Tio down point
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Off (power).
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Compressor 011filling
Diesel fuel
No open flame.
Parlcing brake.
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Rough Service Designation.
Wet Loca1lon Operation.
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Replace any cracked protective shield.
Fuel level!po int
Engine Oil
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Malfunction
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Battery charging oondltlon
011 draln.
Pressure control
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Low pressure
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High pressure
Engine malfunction High compressor temperature Compressor malfunction
L ow engi ne 011pressure
Engine high temperature
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Look for these signs on machines shipped to markets in North America, which point out potential
hazards to the safety of you andothers. Readand understand thoroughly. Heedwarnings andfollow
instructions. If you do not understand, inform you supervisor.
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(RedBackground)
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AWARNING
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(Orange Background)
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ACAUTION
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(Yellow Background)
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NOTICE
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(Blue Background)
DANGER
Discharged air can contain carbon
monoxide or other contaminants.
Will cause serious injury or death.
Do not breathe this air.
~WARNING
Hot pressurized fluid.
Can cause serious
burns.
Donotopen'Qrii~t~~n
while hot
Indicates the presence of a hazard which WILL cause
serious injury, death or property damage, if ignored.
Indicates the presence of a hazard which CAN
cause serious injury, death or property damage,
if ignored.
Indicates the presence of ahazard which WILL or
can cause injury or property damage, if ignored.
Indicates important set-up, operating or maintenance
information.
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&WARNING
Trapped air pressure.
Can cause serious
injury or death.
Close service valve and
operate tool to vent
trapped air before
performing anyservice.
& WARNING
High pressure air.
Can cause serious
injury or death.
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Relieve pressure before
removing filler plugs/caps,
fittings or covers.
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&WARNING
Improper operation of this equipment.
Can cause serious injury or death.
ReadOperator's Manual supplied with
this machine before operation or
servicing.
Modification or alteration of this machine.
Can cause serious injury or death.
Do not alter or modifythis machine
without the express written consent of
the manufacturer.
&WARNING
Rotating fan blade.
Can cause serious
injury.
Do notoperate without
guard in place.
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Falling off machine.
can causa senous 'njury J '
or death.
Access lifting ball from
inside machine.
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Disconnected air hoses whip.
Can cause serious ~
injury or death. ;~'~"
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When using air tools .'"
attachsafety device @
(OSHA Valve) atsource of
air supply for eachtool.
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&WARNING
Door under pressure.
Can cause serious injury.
Use both hands to open door
when machine is running.
DO NOT WELD.
ELECTRONIC DAMAGE
WILL OCCUR.
This engine is equipped with an
electronic engine controller and
other electronic components.
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~WARNING
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Combustible g8S.
Can cause serious bu
blindness or death.
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flames awayfrombatteries.
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USE DIESEL
FUEL ONLY
FREE SAFETY DECALS!
To promote communication of Safety Warnings on
products manufactured by the Portable Compressor
Division in Mocksville, N.C., Safety Decals are available
free of charge. Safety decals are identified by the decal
heading: DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION.
Decal part numbers are on the bottom of each decal and
are also listed in the compressor's parts manual. Submit
orders for Safety Decals to the Mocksville Parts Service
Department. The no charge order should contain only
Safety Decals. Help promote product safety! Assure that
decals are present on the machines. Replace decals that
are not readable.
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XP825DWCU. HP150DWCU. XP150DWCU, HP615WCU. 9/235. S/215
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WARRANTY
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Ingersoll-Rand, through its distributors, warrants to the initial user that each portable air compressor
manufactured by it, will be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of the earlier of twelve
(12) months from shipment to or the accumulation of 2,000 hours of service by the initial user.
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Portable compressor airends will be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of the earlier
of twenty four months from shipment to or the accumulation of 4,000 hours of service bythe initial user. The
warranty against defects will include replacement of the complete airend, provided the original airend is re-
turned assembled and unopened.
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Portable Compressor Airend Limited Optional Warranty - The earlier of sixty (60) months from shipment to
or the accumulation of , 0,000 hours of service. The optional warranty is limited to defects in rotors, housings,
bearings and gears and provided all the following conditions are met:
1. The original air end is returned assembled and unopened.
2. Continued use of genuine lnqersoil-Ranc parts, fluids, oil and filters.
3. Maintenance is performed at prescribed intervals.
Oil-Free airends are fee-based and may require a maintenance agreement. Formal enrollment is required.
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Ingersoll-Rand will provide anew part or repaired part, at its election, in place of any part, which is found upon
its inspection to be defective in material and workmanship during the period prescribed above. Such part will
be repaired or replaced without charge to the initial user during normal working hours at the place of business
of an Ingersoll-Rand distributor authorized to sell the type of equipment involved or other establishment au-
thorized by Ingersoll-Rand. User must present proof of purchase at the time of exercising warranty.
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The above warranty does not apply to failures occurring as aresult ofabuse; misuse, negligent repairs, corro-
sion, erosion and normal wear and tear, alterations or modifications made to the product without express writ-
ten consent of Ingersoll-Rand; or failure to follow the recommended operating practices and maintenance
procedures as provided in the product's operating and maintenance publications.
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Accessories or equipment furnished byIngersoll- Rand, but manufactured byothers, including, but not limited
to, engines, shall carry whatever warranty the manufacturers have conveyed to Ingersoll-Rand and which
can be passed on to the initial user.
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THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALLOTHERWARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, (EXCEPTTHAT
OF TITLE), AND THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A PAR-
TICULAR PURPOSE.
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GENERAL WARRANTY INFORMATION
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GENERAL WARRANTY Extended Coverage
Portable Compressor Package 1 year/2000 hrs
Airend 2 yrs/4000 hrs 5 yrs/10,000 hrs
Limited warranty, major compo-
nents (refer to operator's manual).
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Portable Genset BkW, 11KW, Package 1 yr/2000 hrs None
20KVA thru 575KVA
Generator 2 yrs/4000 hrs None
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Portable Genset 3.SKW thru Package 1 yr/2000 hrs (parts only) None
7.0KW and 10KW
Generator 1 yrs/2000 hrs (parts only) None
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Light Tower Package 1 yr/2000 hrs
Generator 1 yr/2000 hrs 2 years/4000 hours, for Lightsource
introduced 8/16/99.
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ENGINES
CATERPILLAR MonthlO HourlO Extended Coverage
12 unlimited Available at dealer
CUMMINS 24 2000 Major components 3yrs/l 0,000 hrs
Available at dealer
J OHN DEERE (in compressors) 24 2000 5yrs/SOOO hrs using OEM fluids and filters
with $250 deductible
(in generators as of 1/1/01) 24 2000 2 yrs/4000 hrs USing IR fluids and filters
DEUTZ 24 2000 Available at dealer
INGERSOLL-RAND 24 4000 5 yrs/l 0,000 hrs when using genuine Inger-
soll-Rand fluids and parts. Refer to operator's
manual.
KUBOTA (North America only) 24 2000 Major components 36 mo/3000 hrs (parts only)
(Western Europe & Oceania) 24 2000 None
(Central & South America, Asia, Middle East & 12 1000 None
Africa)
MITSUBISHI 24 2000 2 yrs/4000 hrs using IR fluids and filters
VOLVO 24 2000 2 yrs/4000 hrs using IR fluids and titters
HONDA 12 unlimited None
VANGUARD 24 unlimited None
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Months Hours Coverage
Ingersoll-Rand
6 No LImit Parts Only
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AIREND EXCHANGE
Months Hours Extended Coverage
Airend
12 2000 5 yrs/1 0,000 hrs - available
fromIR.
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Note: Actual warranty times may change. Consult the manufacturer's warranty policyas shipped with
each newproduct.
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WARRANTY REGISTRATION
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Complete Machi ne Regi strati on
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Machines shipped to locations within the United States do not require a warranty registration unless the machine status changes (i.e.
change of ownership).
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Machines shipped outside the United States require notification be made to initiate the machine warranty.
Fi ll out the Warranty Regi strati on Form i n thi s secti on, keep a copy for your
records and mai l form to:
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lnqersoll-Hand Company
P.O.Box 868
Mocksville, North Carolina 27028
Attn: Warranty Department
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Note: Completi on of thi s form vali dates the warranty.
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Selling Distributor Servicing Distributor
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
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Name Name Owner/User Name _
Address
City
County
State
Zip code
Telephone
Address
City
County
State
Zip code
Telephone
Address
City
County
State
Zip code
Telephone
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Complete the Applicable Blocks
Owner/User Type of Business (check one only)
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Construction-Heavy
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Asphalt Contractor
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Coal Mining
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Other Mining
(highway, excavation, etc.)
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Construction-Light
0
Government
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Quarry
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Shallow Oil &
(carpentry, plumbing, pools, (municipal, state, Gas
mason, etc.) county, etc.)
D Rental (rental center, rental D Building Contractor D Water well D Utility
fleet, etc.) Company
(gas, electric,
water, etc.)
0 Industrial 0 Other 0 Exploration 0 Utility
(plant use) specify Contractor
Model SIN Unit SIN Engine SIN Date delivered
Unit-Hours Airend SIN Truck SIN Truck Engine SIN
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1. The Purchaser has been instructed and/or has readthe manual and understands proper preventative
maintenance, general operation and safety precautions.
SERVICING DISTRIBUTOR I USER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
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2. The warranty and limitation of liability has been reviewed and understood bythe owner/user.
3. In the event that this unit is to be used within a nuclear facility, the owner/user shall notify
Ingersoll- Rand of such use so that Ingersoll-Rand may arrange for appropriate nuclear liability
protection from the owner-licensee of the facility.
4. Ingersoll- Rand reserves the rightto make design changes or modifications of Ingersoll- Rand products
at anytime without incurring anyobligation to make similar changes or modifications on previously sold
units.
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United States.
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Federal law prohibits the following acts or the causing thereof
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or element of design incorporated into any new compressor for the purpose of noise control prior to its sale or delivery to the ultimate
purchaser or while it is in use; or (2) the use of the compressor after such device or element of design has been removed or rendered
inoperative by any person.
Among those acts included in the prohibition against tampering are these:
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1. Removal or rendering inoperative any of the following:
a. the engine exhaust system or parts thereof
b. the air intake system or parts thereof
c enclosure or parts thereof
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2_ Removal of any of the following:
a. fan shroud
b vibration mounts
c.sound absorption material
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A. The removal or rendering inoperative, other than for the purpose of maintenance, repair, or replacement of any noise control device
or element of design Incorporated into this compressor in compliance with the noise Control act;
B_ The use of this compressor after such device or element of design has been removed or rendered inoperative.
Note: the above information applies only to units that are built in compliance with the U.S.Environmental Protection Agency.
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Ingersoll- Rand Company reserves the right to make changes or add improvements without notice and without incurring any obligation
to make such changes or add such improvements to products sold previously.
The Purchaser is urged to include the above provisions in any agreement for any resale of this compressor.
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MAINTENANCE LOG
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FROM WHOM PURCHASED:
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ENGINE MAKE & MODEL: _
SERIAL NO.: _
PURCHASER OR OWNER _
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DATEPURCHASED _
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The Noise Control Act of 1972 (86 Stat. 1234) prohibits tampering with the noise control system of any compressor manufactured
and sold under the above regulations, specifically the following acts or the causing thereof:
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(1) The removal or rendering inoperative by any persons, other than for purposes ofmaintenance, repair, or replacement, of any device
or element of design incorporated into any new compressor for the purpose of noise control prior to its sale or delivery to the ultimate
purchaser or while itis in use; or (2) the use 01the compressor after such adevice or element 01de:oign has been removed or rendered
inoperative by any person.
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NOISE EMISSION WARRANTY
The manufacturer warrants to the ultimate purchaser and each subsequent purchaser that this air compressor was designed, built
and equipped to conform at the time of sale to the first retail purchaser, with all applicable U.S. EPA Noise Control Regulations.
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This warranty is not limited to any particular part, component, or system of the air compressor. Defects in the design. assembly.
or in any part. component. or system of the compressor which, at the time of sale to the first retail purchaser, caused noise emissions
to exceed Federal Standards are covered by this warranty for the IIle of the air compressor. (40FR204.58-1).
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The unitfor which this Maintenance Log is provided conforms to U S.EPA. Regulations for Noise Emissions, applicable to Portable
Air Compressors.
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The purpose of this book is to provide (1) the Maintenance Performance Schedule below for all required noise emission controls
and (2) space so that the purchaser or owner can record what maintenance was done, bywhom, where and when. Detailed instructions
on the maintenance items beloware given on the following page.
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COMPRESSED AIR LEAKS AS DETECTED
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SAFETY AND CONTROL SYSTEMS AS DETECTED
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ACOUSTIC MATERIALS DAILY
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FASTENERS 100 HOURS
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ENCLOSURE PANELS 100 HOURS
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AIR INTAKE & ENGINE EXHAUST 100 HOURS
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COOLING SYSTEMS 250 HOURS
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ISOLATION MOUNTS 250 HOURS
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ENGINE OPERATION SEE OPERATOR'S MANUAL
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FUELS & LUBRICANTS SEE OPERATOR'S MANUAL
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A. COMPRESSED AIR LEAKS
Correct all compressed air leaks during the first shutdown
period after discovery If severe enough to cause serious noise
problems and efficiency loss, shut down Immediately and
correct the leak(s).
e.SAFETY AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
Repair or replace all safety and control systems or circuits
as malfunction occurs. No compressor should be operated with
either system bypassed, disabled, or nonfunctional.
C. ACOUSTIC MATERIALS
In dally Inspections, observe these materials. Maintain all
acoustic material as nearly as possible in its original condition.
Repair or replace all sections that have: 1) sustained damage,
2) have partially separated from panels to which they were
attached, 3) are missing, or have otherwise deteriorated due to
severe operating or storage conditions.
D. FASTENERS
All fasteners such as hinges, nuts, bolts, clamps, screws,
rivets and latches should be inspected for looseness after each
100 hours of operation They should be retightened, repaired, or
- if missing - replaced immediately to prevent subsequent
damage and noise emission increase.
E. ENCLOSURE PANELS
Enclosure panels should also be inspected at 100 hour
operational intervals. All panels that are warped, punctured,
torn, or otherwise deformed, such that their noise containment
function is reduced. should be repaired or replaced before the
next operation Interval Doors, access panels, and hatch
closures especially. should be checked andadjusted atthis time
to insure continuous sealing between gasket or acoustic
material and the mating frame.
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F.AIR INTAKE AND ENGINE EXHAUST
Engine and compressor air intake and engine exhaust
systems should be inspected after each 100 hours of operation
for loose, damaged, or deteriorated components. Repairs or
replacements should be made before the next period of use.
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All components of the cooling systems for engine water
andcompressor oil should be inspected every250 hours of use.
Anydiscrepancies found should be corrected before placing the
unit back in operation. Unrestricted airflowover the radiator and
oil cooler must be maintained at all times during operation.
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each250 hours ofoperation. Those mounts withcracks or splits
in the molded rubber, or with bent or broken bolts due to
operation or storage in severe environments, all should be
replaced withequivalent parts.
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Inspect and maintain engine condition and operation as
recommended in the manuals supplied by the engine
manufacturer.
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recommended in the Ingersoll-Rand Company and Engine
Manufacturers Operator and Maintenance Manuals>
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Actual free air delivery
(9/235) (XP825DWCU)
(HP750DWCU)
(XP750DWCU)
(HP675WCU)
23,4 m3/min (825 CFM)
21,2 (750 CFM)
21,2 (750 CFM)
19,1 (675 CFM)
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(9/235) (XP825DWCU) 8,6 bar (125 psi)
(HP750DWCU)
(XP750DWCU)
(HP675WCU)
10,3 bar (150 psi)
8,6 bar (125 psi)
10,3 bar (150 psi)
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(9/235) (XP825DWCU) 10,3bar (150 psi)
(HP750DWCU) 12,1 bar (175 psi)
(XP750DWCU) 10,3bar (150 psi)
(HP675WCU) 12,1 bar (175 psi)
Safety Valve Setting
(9/235) (XP825DWCU) 14bar (200 psi)
(HP750DWCU) 14bar (200 pSI)
(XP750DWCU) 14bar (200 pSI)
(HP675 WCU) 14 bar (200 psi)
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(HP750DWCU)
(XP750DWCU)
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Operating ambient temperature
Whisperized -12"C to +49C (10UF to 120F)
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Cooling system
-12C to +52"C (10"F to 125F)
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Oil capacity 64 litres (17 gal)
Maximum oil system temperature 120C (248"F)
ENGINE
(XP825DWCU), (HP750DWCU),
(XP750DWCU), (HP675WCU)
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Oil Capacity
Speed at Full Load min -1 (RPM)
Speed at Idle min -1 (RPM)
Power Available at Full Load
(XPB25DWCU), (HP750DWCU),
(XP750DWCU), (HP675WCU)
Electrical System
Fuel TankCapacity
Oil Specification
Coolant Capacity
6
31.7 litres (B.4gal)
2000 revs
1500 revs
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192kW (257hp)
24 V neg. ground
462 litres (122 gal)
Refer to engine manual
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Type/Model
Number of Cylinders
Ingersoll- Rand/61RCBA
Oil Capacity 31.7 litres (8.4 gal)
6
Speed at Idle min - 1 (RPM)
Speed at Full Loadmin -1 (RPM) 2000 revs
1500 revs
Power Available at Full Load
(9/235)
Electrical System
Fuel Tank Capacity
Oil Specification
Coolant Capacity
SOUND LEVEL DATA
205kW (275hp)
24 V neg. ground
462 litres (122 gal)
Refer to engine manual
34 litres (9 gal)
B) "HA" MOdel
A) "W' Model, EPA Noise 76dB (A)
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WHEELS and TIRES
(XP825DWCU), (HP750DWCU),
(XP750DWCU), (HP675WCU)
Number 01 Wheels
Tire Size
Tire Pressure
Net Weight (less Fuel)
(9/235)
Number of Wheels
Tire Size
Tire Pressure
Net Weight (Less Fuel)
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ST225!75R15 (D)
4.5 bar (65 psi)
3600KG (7950 Ib)
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7.50-16 LT
5.5 bar (80 psi)
3600KG (7950 Ib)
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
COMMISSIONING
Upon receipt of the unit, and prior to putting itinto service, it
is important to adhere strictly to the instructions given belowin
PRIOR TO STARTING.
Ensure that the operator reads and understands the decals
and consults the manuals before maintenance or operation.
Ensure that the position of the emergency stop device is
known and recognized by its markings. Ensure that It IS
functioning correctly andthat the methodof operation is known.
Before towing the unit, ensure that the tyre pressures are
correct (refer to the GENERAL DATA SECTION of this
manual). Before towing the unit, ensure that the lights are
functioning correctly (where fitted).
Ensure that all transport and packing materials are
discarded.
Ensure that the correct fork lifttruck slots or marked lifting /
tie down points are used whenever the machine is lifted or
transported.
When selecting the working position of the machine ensure
that there is sufficient clearance for ventilation and exhaust
requirements.
Adequate clearance needs to be allowed around andabove
the machine to permit safe access for specified maintenance
tasks.
Ensure that the machine is positioned securely and on a
stable foundation.Any riskof movement should be removedby
suitable means, especiallyto avoidstrain on anyrigiddischarge
piping.
COMPRESSOR MOUNTING
Portable compressors, which are modified to remove the
running gear and mount the machine direct to trailers, truck
beds or frame, etc. may experience failure of the enclosure,
frame, and/or other components. It is necessary to Isolate the
compressor package from the carrier base with a flexible
mounting system. Such a system must also prevent
detachmentofthe package fromthe carrier base in the eventthe
isolators fall.Contact Ingersoll- Randrepresentative for flexible
mounting kits.
Warranty does notcover failures attributable to mounting ofthe
compressor package to the carrier base unless it is an
Ingersoll-Rand provided system.
Attach the batterycables to the battery(s) ensuring thatthey
are tightened securely. Attach the positive cable before
attaching the negative cable.
WARNING: All air pressure equipment installed in or
connected to the machine must have safe working
pressure ratings of at least the machine safety valve
setting, and materials compatible with the compressor
lubricant (refer to the GENERAL DATA SECTION).
WARNING: If more than one compressor is connected to
one common downstream plant, effective check valves and
isolation valves must be fitted and controlled by work
procedures, so that one machine cannot accidently be
pressurised lover pressurised by another.
WARNING:When flexible discharqe hoses are used, it is
rl'!comml'!ndl'!d that safety retaining wires are fitted.
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PRIOR TO STARTING
1. Place the unit in aposition that is as level as possible. The
design Of the unitpermits a15degree lengthways andsideways
limit on out of leval operation.
When the unit has to be operated out of level, it is important
to keep tile engine oil level near the highlevel mark (withthe unit
level).
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2. Check the engine lubrication 011 in accordance with the
operating instructions in the Engine Operator's Manual or
section.
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the separator tank.
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of each working day. This prevents condensation from
occurring in the tank Refer to the engine operator's
manual/section for diesel fuel specification.
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switch off the engine.
do not smoke.
extinguish ai' naked lights.
do not allow the fuel to come into contact with hot surfaces.
wear personaf protective equipment.
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5. Drain the fuel filter water separator of water, ensuring that
any released fuel is safely contained.
6. Open the service valve(s) to ensure that all pressure is
relieved fromthe system. Close the service valve(s).
7. CAUTION: 00 not operate the machine with the
canopy/doors in the open position as this may cause
overheating and operators to be exposed to high noise levels.
8. Check the radiator coolant level (with the unit level).
Check the air filter restriction indicator(s). Refer to the
MAINTENANCE section of trus manual.
When starting or operating the machine in temperatures
belowor approaching DOC(32
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F), ensure that the operation of
the regulation system, the unloader valve, the safety valve, and
the engine are not impaired byice or snow, andthat all inlet and
outlet pipes and ducts are clear of Ice and snow.
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1. Hourmeter - Records running time for maintenance. 8. Engine Oil Pressure Gauge - Indicates engine oil
pressure.
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pressure in receiver tank _
3. Fuel Level Gauge - Indicates amount of fuel in tank.
9. Engine Water Temp Gauge - Indicales coolant
temperature, with normal operating range from180"F/82"C to
210"F /99"C
1O. Voltmeter - Indicates charging systemvoltage. 4. Power Switch -Acuvatas systems for STARTING and
STOPPING.
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5. Service Air Switch - After warm-up, PUSH. Provides full
air pressure at the service outlet. Allows unit to warm-up at
reduced pressure.
11. Spare- Usedfor optional accessories.
12. Ether Injection - In cold weather, push once or twice
during cranking. This injects ameasuredamount of Ether to the
engine.
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7. Discharge Air Temp. Gauge -
Indicates airend discharge temperature.
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DIAGNOSTIC PISPkAY PANE]" 4. Low Fuel Level; Fault indicator lamp. Indicates shutdown
due to lowfuel leveL Lampblinks at lowfuel warning.
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description of each diagnostic indicator is as follows.
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1. High Compressor Temp: Fault indicator lamp Indicates
shutdown due to high compressor temperature.
5. Low Battery Voltage: Alarm indicator lamp. Indicates
battery or charging systemrequires service.
6. Low Engine Coolant Level: Alarm indicator lamp.
Indicates coolant level in engine radiator is low.
2. Low Engine Oil Pressure: Fault indicator lamp. Indicates
shutdown due to lowengine oil pressure.
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Indicates shutdown due to high engine water temperature.
7. Restricted Air Filter: Alarm indicator lamp Indicates
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STARTING THE MACHINE
All normal starting functions are incorporated in the key
operated switch.
Turn the key switch to position I . The diagnostic lamps will
flash.
Turn the key switch to crank position (3) (engine start
position)
NOTE: Position (2) not used on this model. Pre-heaters or
glow plugs are not fitted on this rncoel.
In cold weather, push Ether Injection Switch once or twice
during cranking. This injects ameasured amount of ether to the
engine .
CAUTION: ETHER is an extremely volatile, highly flammable
gas. Use sparingly IIf too much is injected, the uncontrolled
explosion may result in costly damage to the engine.
Release to position (1) when engine starts. The engine will
now be running at a reduced speed.
At temperatures below 32"F (OC) or if there is difficulty
starting first time:
Open the manual blowdown valve fully
Complete starting sequence above.
Close manual blowdown valve as soon as engine runs
freely.
Do not allow machine to run for long periods with manual
blowdown valve open.
Allow the engine to reach operating temperature
At this point in the operation of the machine it is safe to apply
full load to the engine.
NOTE: Wear hearing protection at all times when the engine I S
started with the manual blowdown valve open and air is flowing
from the valve.
PUSH AFTER WARM UP
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avalve, which is operated by abutton located on the instrument
panel, is incorporated in the regulation system. (The valve
automatically returns to the start position when the machine is
switched off and air pressure relieved from the system).
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press the button.
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full load to the engine.
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Machines which operate in excess of 7 bar (100 psi) can
optionally be fitted with a dual pressure switch inside the unit.
This switch selects between 7 bar (100 psi) and the machine
rated pressure, ctm remains nominally constant.
Starting andstopping are unaffected bythe selection and during
normal running the selector switch may be safely operated
Precaution must be taken to ensure that downstream
equipment is rated to suit the available pressure.
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STOPPING THE MACHINE
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Allow the machine to run unloaded for ashort period of time
to reduce the engine temperature.
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valve will relieve pressure from the system.
If the automatic biowdown valve fails to operate, then
pressure must be relieved from the system by means of the
manual blowdown valve(s),
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in the system.
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EMERGENCY STOPPING
In the event that the unit has to be stopped in an emergency,
TURN THE KEY SWITCH LOCATED ON THE INSTRUMENT
PANEL TO THE O(OFF) POSITION, Or puSh the
EMERGENCY STOP SWITCH (when fined).
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malfunction, then identify andcorrect the fault before attempting
to re-start.
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then ensure that the machine can be operated safely before
re-starting.
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MACHINE instructions earlier in this section before ra-startrnq
the machine.
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MONITORING DURING OPERATION
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Should anyofthe safety shut-down conditions occur, the unit
will stop.
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conditions.
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CA UTiON: Toensure an adequate flow of oil to the compressor
at low temperature, never allow the discharge pressure to fall
below 3,5 bar (50 psi)
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When the machine is to be permanently decommissioned or
dismantled, it is important to ensure that all hazard risks are
either eliminated or notified to the recipient of the machine. In
particular:-
Do notdestroy batteries or components containing asbestos
without containing the materials safely.
Do not dispose of any pressure vessel that is not clearly
marked with its relevant data plate information or rendered
unusable by drilling, cutting etc.
Do not allow lubricants or coolants to be released into land
surfaces or drains.
Do not dispose of a complete machine without
documentation relating to instructions for Its use.
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Operati on and Mai ntenance Manual
Industri al C8.3 Seri es Engi ne
Portions of this manual reproduced by permission of Cummins Engine Company, Inc.
Copyrightltl 2002
Cummins Inc.
All rights reserved
Bulletin 4021330
Printed 02102
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Foreword
This manual contains information for the correct operation and maintenance of your Cummins engine. It also includes
important safety information, engine and systems specifications, troubleshooting guidelines, and listings of Cummins
Authorized Repair Locations and component manufacturers.
Read and follow all safety i nstructi ons. Refer to the WARNING i n the General Safety Instructi ons i n Secti on i
- Introducti on.
Keep this manual with the equipment. If the equipment is traded or sold, give the manual to the new owner.
The information, specifications, and recommended maintenance guidelines in this manual are based on information
in effect at the time of printing. Cummins Inc. reserves the right to make changes at any time without obligation. If you
find differences between your engine and the information in this manual, contact your local Cummins Authorized Repair
Location or call 1-800-DIESELS (1-800-343-7357) toll free in the U.S. and Canada.
The latest technology and the highest quality components were used to produce this engine. When replacement parts
are needed, we recommend using only genuine Cummins or ReCon exchange parts. These parts can be identified
by the following trademarks:
NOTE: Note: Warranty information is located in Section W. Make sure you are familiar with the warranty or warranties
applicable to your engine.
(om-Irwd)
Table of Contents
Secti on
Introducti on .
Engi ne Identi fi cati on .'" .
Operati ng Instructi ons 1
Mai ntenance Gui deli nes .
Mai ntenance Procedures at Dai ly Interval .
Mai ntenance Procedures at 10,000 Ki lometers [6000 Mi les], 250 Hours, or 3 Months .
Mai ntenance Procedures at 19,000 Ki lometers [12,000 Mi les], 500 Hours, or 6 Months .
Mai ntenance Procedures at 38,000 Ki lometers [24,000 Mi les], 1000 Hours, or 12 Months .
Mai ntenance Procedures at 77,000 Ki lometers [48,000 Mi les], 2000 Hours, or 2 Years .
Adjustment, Repai r, and Replacement A
System Di agrams .
Servi ce Li terature . L
Component Manufacturers .
Servi ce Assi stance .
Troubleshooti ng Symptoms
Mai ntenance Speci fi cati ons
Warranty W
Index .
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Fill in the part name and number in the blank spaces provided below. This will give youa reference whenever service
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Part Number Part Name Part Number
Engine Model
Fuel Pump Part Number
Electronic Control Module (ECM)
Electronic Control Module Serial Numbers (ECM)
Filter Part Numbers:
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Air Cleaner Element
Lubricating Oil Filter
Fuel
Fuel-Water Separator
Coolant
Remote Gas
Governor Control Module (GeM) (if applicable)
Belt Part Numbers;

Clutch or Marine Gear (if applicable):


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Oil Type
Sea Water Pump
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General Informati on 2- 1
Tool Requi rements.. 2- 1
General Informati on 2- 1
Mai ntenance Schedule 2- 1
General Informati on 2- 1
Maxi mum Oi l Drai n Intervals .. 2- 2
Mai ntenance Record Form. 2-3
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To the Owner andOperator
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To the Owner and Operator
General Information
Preventive maintenance is the easiest and least expensive type of maintenance. Follow the maintenance schedule
recommendations outlined in Maintenance Guidelines (Section 2).
Keep records of regularly scheduled maintenance.
Use the correct fuel, lubricating oil, and coolant in your engine as specified in Maintenance Specifications (Section
V).
Cummins Inc. uses the latest technology and the highest quality components to produce its engines. Cummins Inc.
recommends using genuine Cummins new parts and ReConexchange parts.
Personnel at Cummins Authorized Repair Locations have been trained to provide expert service and parts support.
If you have a problem that can not be resolved by aCummins Authorized Repair Location, follow the steps outlined
in the Service Assistance (Section S).
Product coverage, warranty limitations and owner responsibilities are available in Warranty (Section W).
A CAUTION A
Disconnect boththe positive (+) andnegative (-)batterycables fromthe batterybefore welding on the vehicle.
Attachthe welder ground cable no more than 0.61 meters [2feet] fromthe part being welded. Do not connect
the ground cable of the welder to the ECMcooling plate or ECM. Welding on the engine or engine mounted
components is not recommended.
About the Manual
General Information
This manual contains information needed to correctly operate and maintain your engine as recommended byCummins
Inc. For additional service literature and ordering locations, refer to Service Literature (Section L).
This manual does notcover vehicle, vessel, or equipment maintenance procedures. Consult the original vehicle, vessel,
or equipment manufacturer for specific maintenance recommendations.
Both metric and U.S. customary values are listed in this manual. The metric value is listed first, followed bythe U.S.
customary in brackets.
Numerous illustrations and symbols are used to aid in understanding the meaning of the text. Refer to Symbols in this
section for a complete listing of symbols and their definitions.
Each section of the manual is preceded by a Section Contents to aid in locating information.
Howto Use the Manual
General Information
This manual is organized according to intervals atwhich maintenance on your engine is to be performed. A maintenance
schedule, that states the required intervals and maintenance checks, is located in Maintenance Guidelines (Section
2). Locate the interval at which you are performing maintenance; then followthe steps given in that section for all the
procedures to be performed.
Keeparecord of all the checks and inspections made. A maintenance recordformis located in Maintenance Guidelines
(Section 2).
Engine troubleshooting procedures for your engine are located in Troubleshooting Symptoms (Section TS).
Specifications for your engine are located in Maintenance Specifications (Section V).
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The following symbols have been used in this manual to help communicate the intent of the instructions. When one
of the symbols appears, it conveys the meaning defined below:
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WARNING - Serious personal injury or extensive
property damage can result if the warning
instructions are not followed.
CAUTION - Minor personal injury can result or a
part, an assembly, or the engine can bedamaged
if the caution instructions are not followed.
Indicates a REMOVAL or DISASSEMBLY step.
Indicates an INSTALLATION or ASSEMBLY step.
INSPECTION is required.
CLEAN the part or assembly.
PERFORM amechanical or time MEASUREMENT.
LUBRICATE the part or assembly
Indicates that a WRENCH or TOOL SIZE will be
given.
TIGHTEN to a specific torque.
&. PERFORM an electrical MEASUREMENT.
~ Refer to another location in this manual or another
~ publication for additional information
The component weighs 23 kg [50 lbs] or more. To
reduce the possibility of personal injury, use a hoist
or get assistance to 11f t the component. 17800009
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Illustrations
General Information
Some of the illustrations throughout this manual are ge-
neric and will notlook exactly like the engine or parts used
in your application. The illustrations can contain symbols
to indicate an action required and an acceptable or not
acceptable condition.
The illustrations are intended to show repair or replace-
ment procedures. The procedure will be the same for all
applications, although the illustration can differ.
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General Safety Instructions
Important Safety Notice
A WA R NI NG A
Improper practices, carelessness, or ignoring the warnings can cause burns, cuts, mutilation, asphyxiation or
other personal injury or death.
Readand understand all of the safety precautions andwarnings before performing any repair.This list contains the
general safetyprecautions that must be followedto provide personal safety. Special safety precautions are included
in the procedures when they apply.
Workin an areasurrounding the productthatis dry. wen ut, ventilated. free fromclutter.loose tools, parts, ignition
sources and hazardous substances. Be aware of hazardous conditions that can exist.
Always wear protective glasses and protective shoes when working.
Rotating parts can cause cuts, mutilation or strangulation.
Do not wear loose-fitting or torn clothing. Remove all jewelry when working.
Disconnect the battery(negative [-]cable first) anddischarge anycapacitors before beginning anyrepair work.
Disconnect the air starting motor if equipped to prevent accidental engine starting. Puta"Do Not Operate" tag
in the operator's compartment or on the controls.
Use ONLY the proper engine barring techniques for manually rotating the engine. Do not attempt to rotate the
crankshaft bypulling or prying on the fan. This practice can cause serious personal injury, property damage,
or damage to the fan blade(s) causing premature fan failure.
Ifan engine has been operating andthe coolant is hot, allowthe engine to cool before slowlyloosening the filler
capto relieve the pressure fromthe cooling system.
Always use blocks or proper stands to support the product before performing any service work. Do not work
on anything that is supported ONLY by lifting jacks or a hoist.
Relieve all pressure in the air,oil, fuel, andcooling systems before anylines, fittings, or relateditems are removed
or disconnected. Be alert for possible pressure when disconnecting any device froma systemthat utilizes
pressure.Do not check for pressure leaks withyour hand. High pressure oil or fuel can cause personal injury.
To reduce the possibility of suffocation and frostbite, wear protective clothing and ONLY disconnect liquid
refrigerant (Freon) lines in awell ventilated area.To protect the environment, liquid refrigerant systems must
be properlyemptied andfilled using equipment that prevents the release of refrigerant gas (fluorocarbons) into
the atmosphere. Federal lawrequires capturing and recycling refrigerant.
To reduce the possibility of personal injury, use a hoist or get assistance when lifting components that weigh
23kg [50 Ib] or more.Make sure all lifting devices such as chains, hooks, or slings are in good condition and
areofthe correct capacity.Make sure hooks are positioned correctly. Always use aspreader bar when necessary.
The lifting hooks must not be side-loaded.
Corrosion inhibitor, acomponent of SeA andlubricating oil, contains alkali. Do not get the substance in eyes.
Avoidprolongedor repeatedcontact withskin. Do not swallowinternally. In case of contact, immediately wash
skin with soapandwater.In case ofcontact, immediately flood eyes with large amounts of water for aminimum
of 15 minutes. IMMEDIATELY CALL A PHYSICIAN. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Naptha and Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK) are flammable materials and must be used with caution. Followthe
manufacturer's instructions to provide complete safetywhen using these materials. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF
CHILDREN.
Toreduce the possibility of burns, be alertfor hotparts on products that have just been turned off, and hotfluids
in lines, tubes, andcompartments.
Always use tools that are in goodcondition. Make sure you understand howto use the tools before performing
anyservice work. Use ONLY genuine Cummins or Cummins ReCon
e
") replacement parts.
Always use the same fastener part number (or equtvalent) when replacing fasteners. Do not use afastener of
lesser quality if replacements are necessary.
Do not performanyrepair when fatiguedor after consuming alcohol or drugs that can impair your functioning.
Some state andfederal agencies in the United States of America have determined that usedengine oil can be
carcinoqenic andcan cause reproductive toxicity.Avoidinhalation of vapors, ingestion, andprolonged contact
with used engine oil.
Liquified petroleumgas is heavier than air andcan accumulate near the floor, in sumps, and low-lying areas.
Natural gas is lighter than air andcan accumulate under hood and awnings.
Toreduce the possibilityof suffocation andfrostbite, wear protective Clothing andONLYdisconnect natural gas
andliquified petroleumgas tines in awell ventilated area.
Coolant is toxic.If not reused, dispose of in accordance with local environmental regulations.
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General Repair Instructions
General Information
This engine incorporates the latesttechnology atthe time itwas manufactured; yet, itis designedto be repairedusing
normal repair practices performed to quality standards.
Cummins Inc. does not recommend or authorize anymodifications or repairs to engines or components
except for those detailed in Cummins Service Information. In particular, unauthorized repair to safety-
related components can cause perscnal injury or death. Belowis apartial listing of components classified
as safety-related:
Air Compressor
Air Controls
Air Shutoff Assemblies
Balance Weights
Cooling Fan
Fan Hub Assembly
Fan Mounting Bracket(s)
Fan Mounting Capscrews
Fan Hub Spindle
Flywheel
Flywheel Crankshaft Adapter
Flywheel Mounting Capscrews
Fuel Shutoff Assemblies
Fuel Supply Tubes
lifting Brackets
Throttle Controls
Turbocharger Compressor Casing
Turbocharger Oil Drain Line(s)
Turbocharger Oil Supply Line(s)
Turbocharger Turbine Casing
Vibration Damper Mounting Capscrews
Follow all safety instructions noted in the procedures
Followthe manufacturer's recommendations for cleaning solvents andother substances usedduring the
repair of the engine.Some solvents and usedengine oil havebeen identifiedbygovernment agencies as
toxicor carcinogenic. Avoidexcessive breathing, ingestion andcontact withsuchsubstances.Always use
good safety practices with tools andequipment.
Provide a clean environment and follow the cleaning instructions specified in the procedures
- The engine and its components must be kept clean during anyrepair.Contamination of the engine or
components wilt cause premature wear. .
Performthe inspections specified in the procedures
Replace all components or assemblies which are damaged or worn beyond the specifications
Use genuine Cummins newor ReConCi<J service parts and assemblies
The assemblyinstructions have beenwritten to use again as manycomponents andassemblies as possible.
When it is necessary to replace a component or assembly, the procedure is based on the use of new
Cummins or Cummins ReConl!<) components.All ofthe repair servicesdescribedin this manual are available
fromall Cummins Distributors andmost Dealer locations.
Follow the specified disassembly andassembly procedures to reduce the possibility of damage to the
components
Complete rebuild instructions are available in the shop manual whichcan be orderedor purchasedfromaCummins
Authorized Repair Location. Refer to Section L - Service Literature for ordering instructions.
Welding on a Vehicle with an Electronic Controlled Fuel System
A CAUTION A
Disconnect both the positive (+) and negative (-) battery cables fromthe battery before welding on the vehicle.
Attach the welder ground cable no more than 0.61 meters [2 feet1 fromthe part being welded. Do not connect
the ground cable of the welder to the ECMcooling plate or EcM. Welding on the engine or engine mounted
components is not recommended or damage to the engine or components can reSUlt.
General Cleaning Instructions
Solvent and Acid Cleaning
Several solvent and acid-type cleaners can be used to clean the engine parts.Experience has shown that the best
results can be obtainedusing acleaner thatcanbe heatedto 90 to 95 degreesCelsius [180 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit].
Acleaning tankthat provides aconstant mixing andfiltering ofthe cleaning solution will give the bestresults.Cummins
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Inc. does not recommend any specific cleaners. Always followthe cleaner manufacturer's instructions.
Remove all the gasket material, o-nnqs, andthe deposits of sludge, carbon, etc., withawire brushor scraper before
putting the parts in a cleaning tank. Be careful not to damage anygasket surfaces.When possible, steamclean the
parts before putting themin the cleaning tank.
A WARNING A
Acid is extremely dangerous and can cause personal injury and damage the machinery. Always provide atank
of strong sodawater asaneutralizing agent. Wear goggles and protective clothing to reduce thepossibility of
serious personal injury.
Rinse all of the parts in hotwater after cleaning. Drycompletelywithcompressedair.Blowthe rinse water fromall of
the capscrewholes andthe oil drillings.
If the parts are not to be used immediately after cleaning, dip them in a suitable rustproofing compound. The
rustproofing compoundmust be removedfromthe parts before installation on the engine.
Steam Cleaning
Steamcleaning can be usedto remove all types ofdirtthatcan contaminate the cleaning tank.Itis agoodwayto clean
the oil drillings.
A WARNING A
When using asteamcleaner.weer safety glasses or aface shield, as well as protective clothing. Hot steamcan
cause serious personal injury.
Do not steamclean the following parts:
1. Electrical Components
2. Wiring
3. Injectors
4. Fuel Pump
5. Belts and Hoses
6. Bearings
7. Electronic Control Module (ECM)
8. ECM Connectors
Glass or Plastic BeadCleaning
Glass or plastic beadcleaning can be usedon manyengine components to remove carbon deposits.The cleaning
process is controlledbythe size of the glass or plastic beads, the operating pressure, andthe cleaning time.
A CAUTION A
Do not use glass or plastic bead cleaning on aluminum piston skirts. Do not use glass bead cleaning on
aluminum ring grooves. Small particles of glass or plastic will embed in the aluminumand result in premature
wear. Valves, turbocharger shafts, etc., can also be damaged. Follow the cleaning directions listed in the
procedures.
NOTE: Plastic bead blasting media, Part No.3822735, can be usedto clean aluminumring grooves.Do not use any
beadblasting mediaon pin bores or aluminumskirts.
Followthe equipment manufacturer's cleaning instructions.The following guidelines can be usedto adapt to manu-
facturer's instructions:
1. Beadsize:
a. Use U.S.size No.16-20 for piston cleaning with plastic bead media, PartNo.3822735.
b. Use U.S. size No.70 for piston domes withglass media.
c. Use U.S.size No. 60 for general purpose cleaning withglass media.
2. Operating Pressure:
a. Glass: Use 620 kPa[90 psi}for general purpose cleaning.
b. Plastic: Use 270 kPa[40 psi}for piston cleaning.
3. Steamclean or washthe parts withsolventto remove all ofthe foreign material andglass or plastic beads after
cleaning. Rinse withhotwater.Drywith compressedair.
4. Do not contaminate the washtanks with glass or plastic beads.
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The following list contains some of the acronyms and abbreviations usedin this manual.
API
ASTM
DC
CARB
C.I.D.
CNG
CPL
cSt
ECM
EGR
EPA
OF
FMI
GVW
LPG
Hg
hp
H20
I CM
kmll
kPa
LNG
LTA
MPa
mph
mpq
Nm
NG
OEM
PI O
ppm
psi
PTO
rpm
SAE
Se A
STC
SID
VS
VSS
American Petroleum Institute
American Society of Testing and Materials
Celsius
California Air Resources Board
Cubic Inch Displacement
Compressed Natural Gas
Control Parts List
Centistokes
Electronic Control Module
Exhaust Gas Recirculation
Environmental Protection Agency
Fahrenheit
Failure Mode Indentifier
Gross Vehicle Weight
liquified Petroleum Gas
Mercury
Horsepower
Water
Ignition Control Module
Kilometers per Liter
Kilopascal
liquid Natural Gas
Low Temperature Aftercooling
Megapascal
Miles Per Hour
Miles Per Quart
Newton-meter
Natural Gas
Original Equipment Manufacturer
Parameter Identification Descriptions
Parts Per Million
Pounds Per Square Inch
Power Takeoff
Revolutions Per Minute
Society of Automotive Engineers
Supplemental Coolant Additive
Step Timing Control
Subsystem Identification Descriptions
Variable Speed
Vehicle Speed Sensor
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Engine Views E-3
Engi ne Identi fi cati on E-1
Cummins Engine Nomenclature E-2
Industrial Applications E-2
Engine Dataplate E-1
Industrial Applications E-1
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Industri al Appli cati ons
The engine dataplates show specific information about your engine. The engine serial number and control parts list
(CPL) provide information for ordering parts and service manuals.
NOTE: The engine dataplate must not be changed unless approved by Cummins Inc.
The dataplate is located on the top side of the gear housing. Have the following engine data available when com-
municating with aCummins Authorized Repair Location. The information on the dataplate is mandatory when sourcing
service parts.
1. Control parts list (CPL) 4. Emissions certification
2. Model 5. Horsepower and rpm rating.
3. Engine serial number
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Industri al Appli cati ons
The following example shows a model name of an engine
for industrial applications:
Example: 6CTAA8.3
8.3 =displacement in liters
AA =charge air aftercooled
T = turbocharged
C =engine series
6 = number of cylinders
Fuel Injecti on Pump Dataplate
The Bosch" fuel injection pump dataplate is located on the
side of the injection pump. It provides information for fuel
pump calibration.
The Cummins part number for the fuel pump-governor
combination is located on the governor dataplate.
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The following drawings illustrate the major components. You must be familiar with each component to conduct the
maintenance and service procedures discussed in this manual.
NOTE: The drawings in this section reflect astandard configuration. Your engine will possibly be equipped with optional
accessories such as port- or starboard-side dipsticks. Location of optional items can be different from those shown.
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1. Engine air inlet
10. Lubricating oil dipstick
2. Shutoff solenoid
11. Front engine mounting bracket
3. M22 x 1.5 (air)
12. Engine dataplate
4. Rear lifting bracket
13. Fuel injection pump
5. Fuel filter
14. Delivery valve
6. Fuel/water separator
15. Fuel drain line
7. Fuel transfer pump
16. High-pressure fuel lines
B. 3/4 x 16-inch UNF tap for magnetic pickup 17. 1/2-inch NPTF (air)
9. lubricating oil pan drain plug
1B. Intake air heater.
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5. Crankcase breather tube
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1. Front engine lifting bracket
2. Water/coolant outlet connection
3. Lubricating oil pressure (atter filter)
4.
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5. Coolant heater port
6. Lubricating oil cooler
7. Water/coolant inlet
8. Lubricating oil filter
9. Lubri cati ng oi l pan drai n plug
10. Turbocharger oil drain
11. Coolant tilter
12. Starting motor
13. Rear engine litting bracket
14. Turbocharger exhaust outlet
15. Turbocharger wastegate actuator
16. Turbocharger air outlet
17. Engine oil till.
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2. Fan pulley
3. Fuel pump drive cover
4. Front gear cover
5. Drive belt
6. Lubricating oil pan drain plug
7. Vibration damper
8. Fan belt tensioner
9. Water pump
10. Alternator
11. Turbocharger air outlet
12. Turbocharger air inlet
13. Engi ne oil fill.
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1. Turbocharger
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3. Crankcase breather
4. Engine air inlet
5_ Thermostat
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Cold Weather Starti ng 1-5
General Information 1-5
Using Starting Aids 1-5
Engi ne Operati ng Range .. 1-8
General Information 1-8
Engi ne Shutdown........... 1-8
General Information 1-8
Normal Starti ng Procedure...... 1-2
General Information 1-2
J ump Starting 1-4
Operati ng Instructi ons - Overvi ew. 1-1
General Information 1-1
Operati ng the Engi ne 1-5
Ambient Temperature 1-7
o to -32C [32 to -25F] 1-7
-32 to -54C [-25 to -65F] 1-7
Cold Weather 1-7
Normal 1-5
Starti ng Procedure After Extended Shutdown or Oi l Change 1-5
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Operating Instructions -Overview
General Information
Correct care of your engine will result in longer life, better
performance, and more economical operation.
Followthe daily maintenance checks listed in Maintenance
Guidelines (Section 2).
The new Cummins engine associated with this manual
does not require a"break-in" procedure. This section of the
manual provides all of the necessary information required
for proper engine operation.
Check the oil pressure indicators. temperature indicators, ~ __
warning lights, and other gauges daily to make sure they ~~
are operational.
.A WARNING .A
DO NOT OPERATE A DIESEL ENGINE WHERE THERE
ARE OR CAN BE COMBUSTIBLE VAPORS.The vapors
can be sucked through the air intake system andcause
engine acceleration andoverspeeding that can result in
a fire, an explosion, and extensive property damage.
Numerous safety devices are available, such as air in-
take shutoff devices, to minimize the risk of overspeed-
ing where an engine, due to its application, due to afuel
spill or gas leak. Remember, Cummins has no way of
knowing the use you have for your engine. THE EQUIP-
MENT OWNER AND OPERATOR ARE RESPONSIBLE
FOR SAFE OPERATIONIN A HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT.
CONSULT YOUR CUMMINS AUTHORIZED REPAIR LO-
CATION FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
Cummins recommends the installation of an air intake
shutoff device or asimilar safety device to minimize the risk
of overspeeding where an engine, due to the vehicle, vessel
or equipment being operated in a combustible environ-
ment, such as due to a tuel spill or gas leak.
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Section 1 - Operating Instructions
A CAUTION J ::,.
Do not expose the engine to cerroeive chemicals. Cor
rosive chemicals can damage the engine.
Normal Starting Procedure
General Information
.A WARNING .A
Do not depress the accelerator pedal or move the ac-
celerator lever from the idle position while cranking the
engine. This can result in engine overspeed and severe
damage to the engine.
A CAUTION A
To prevent damage to the starting motor, do not engage
the starting motor for more than 30 seconds. Wait 2
minutes between each attempt to start (electrical start-
ing motors only).
NOTE: Engines equipped with air starting motors require
a minimum of 480 kPa [70 PSI].
Disengage the driven unit, or if equipped, put the
transmission in neutral.
With the accelerator pedal or lever in the idle posi-
tion, turn the keyswitch to the ON position, and wait
for the WAIT-TO-START lamp to go out; then, turn
the keyto the START position.
If the engine does not start after three attempts,
check the fuel supply system. Absence of blue or
white exhaust smoke during cranking indicates no
fuel is being delivered.
@ A . CAUTION ll.
The engine must have adequate oil pressure within 15
seconds after starting. Ifthe WARNING lamp indicating
low oil pressure has not gone out or there is no oil
pressure indicated on agauge within 15 seconds, shut
off the engine immediately to avoid engine damage.
The low oil pressure troubleshooting procedure is lo-
cated in Troubleshooting Symptoms (Section TS).
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Section 1 -Operating Instructions
J ump Starting
A WARNING A
Batteries can emit explosive gases. To avoid personal
injury, always ventilate the compartment before servic-
ing the batteries. To avoid arcing, remove the negative
(-) battery cable first and attach the negative (-) battery
cable last.
A CAUTION A
When using jumper cables to start the engine, make
sure to connect the cables in parallel: Positive (+) to
positive (+) and negative (-)to negative (-). When using
an external electrical source to start the engine, turn
the disconnect switch to the OFF position. Remove the
key before attaching the jumper cables.
A CAUTION A
To avoid damage to engine parts, do not connect jumper
starting or battery charging cable to any fuel system or
electronic component.
The accompanying illustration shows atypical parallel bat-
tery connection. This arrangement doubles the cranking
amperage.
This illustration shows a typical series battery connection.
This arrangement, positive (+)to negative (-), doubles the
voltage.
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Section 1- Operating Instructions
Cold Weather Starting
General Information
Follow the Normal Starting Procedures in this section. In
cold weather, the Wait-To-Start lamp will stay on longer.
Using Starting Aids
WARNING A
Do not use starting fluids with this engine. This engine
is equipped with an intake air heater; use of starting
fluid can cause an explosion, fire, personal injury, se-
vere damage to the engine and property damage.
Cold weather starting aids are available for your engine.
Contact the local Cummins Authorized Repair Location for
more information.
Starting Procedure After Extended
Shutdown or Oil Change
General Information
Follow the Normal Starting Procedure in this section. The
engine will not start until the minimum cranking oil pressure
is detected by the ECM. It can take more cranking time to
start the engine after an extended shut down or oil change.
Operating the Engine
Normal
If equipped, monitor the oil pressure and coolant tempera-
ture gauges frequently. Refer to Lubricating Oil System
specifications and Cooling System specifications, in Main-
tenance SpeCifications (Section V) for recommended op-
erating pressures and temperatures. Shut off the engine if
any pressure or temperature does not meet the specifica-
tions.
Continuous operation with engine coolant temperature
above or below the engine coolant temperature specifica-
tions listed in Maintenance Specifications (Section V) can
damage the engine.
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If an overheating condition starts to occur, reduce the power
output of the engine by releasing the accelerator pedal or
lever or shifting the transmission to a lower gear, or both,
until the temperature returns to the normal operating range.
If the engine temperature does not return to normal, shut
off the engine, and refer to Troubleshooting Symptoms
(Section TS), or contact a Cummins Authorized Repair
Location.
Most failures give an early warning. Look and listen for
changes in performance, sound, or engine appearance
that can indicate service or engine repair is needed. Some
changes to look for are:
Engine misfires
Vibration
Unusual engine noises
Sudden changes in engine operating temperatures
or pressures
Excessive smoke
Loss of power
An increase in oil consumption
An increase in fuel consumption
Fuel, oil, or coolant leaks.
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Section 1 -Operating Instructions
Cold Weather
Operating the Engine
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It is possible to operate diesel engines in extremelycold environments if theyare properly prepared and maintained.
Satisfactory performance of adiesel engine in lowambienttemperature conditions requires modification Ofthe engine,
surrounding equipment, operating practices and maintenance procedures.
The correct engine coolant lubricating oil andfuels must be usedfor the cold weather range in which the engine is
being operated. Beloware the recommendations for these critical engine fluids:
Ambient Temperature
ato -32C [32to - 25Fl
Use 50-percent ethylene glycol antifreeze and50-percent water for the engine coolant mixture.
Refer to Maintenance Specifica.tions (Section V) Lubricating Oil recommendations for the correct specifications.
The Diesel fuel must have maximumcloud andpour points 6C [10
0
F] lower than the ambient temperature in which
the engine operates.
-32to - 54C [-25to .65F]
Use 60-percent ethylene glycol antifreeze and40-percent water tor the engine coolant mixture.
Refer to Maintenance Specifications (Section V) Lubricating Oil recommendations for the correct specifications.
The Diesel fuel must have maximumcloud andpour points 6C [10F) lower than the ambient temperature in which
the engine operates.
The following coldweather operating aids are requiredfor cold weather situations:
Cold Weather Operating Aids
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Wintertronts and shutters can be used on a vehicle or
equipment to reduce air flowthrough the radiator core into
the engine compartment. This can reduce the time re-
quired to warm the engine and help maintain the engine
coolant temperature. The engine coolant temperature speci-
fications are in the Maintenance Specification (Section V).
Engine Operating Range
General Information
1l.. CAUTION ll..
Do not operate the engine at full throttle operation
below peak torque rpm(refer to engine dataplate for
peaktorque rpm)for more than 30 seconds. Operating
the engine atfull throttle belowpeaktorque will shorten
engine life to overhaul, can cause serious engine dam-
age, and is considered engine abuse.
Cummins engines are designed to operate successfully at
full throttle under transient conditions down to peak torque
engine speed. This is consistent with recommended op-
erating practices.
1l.. CAUTION 1l..
Do notoperate the engine beyondthe maximumengine
speed. Operating the engine beyondthe maximumen-
gine speed can cause severe engine damage. Use
proper operating techniques for the vehicle, vessel, or
equipment to preventengine overspeed.The maximum
engine speed specification is listed in Maintenance
Specifications (Section V).
Engine Shutdown
General Information
Allowthe engine to idle 3to 5minutes before shutting it off
after afull-load operation. This allows adequate cool down
of pistons.cylinders, bearings, andturbocharger compo-
nents.
Turn the ignition keyswilch to the OFF position. If the en-
gine does not shut down.refer to TroubleshootingSymp-
tom (Section TS).
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Mai ntenance Gui deli nes - Overvi ew...... 2-1
General Information 2-1
Mai ntenance Record Form.................................................................. 2-3
Maintenance Data 2-3
Mai ntenance Schedule . 2-1
General Information...... 2-1
Maximum Oil Drain Intervals 2-2
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Section 2 - Maintenance Guidelines
Maintenance Guidelines -Overview
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Maintenance Guidelines ..Overview
General Information
Cummins Inc. recommends that the engine be maintained according to the Maintenance Schedule in this section.
If the engine is operating in ambient temperatures below -18
D
C [OFl or above 38C [100F], perform maintenance
at shorter intervals. Shorter maintenance intervals are also required if the engine is operated in a dusty environment
or if frequent stops are made. Contact your local Cummins Authorized Repair Location for recommended maintenance
intervals.
Some of these maintenance procedures require special tools or must be completed by qualified personnel. Contact
your local Cummins Authorized Repair Location for detailed information.
If your engine is equipped with a component or accessory not manufactured byCummins Inc., refer to the component
manufacturer's maintenance recommendations.
Use the chart provided in this section as a convenient way to record maintenance performed.
Tool Requirements
General Information
The maintenance schedules must be used for routine and periodic maintenance. Perform each function atthe indicated
time interval. The intervals stated are for normal operating conditions. Service the unit more frequently under severe
conditions. Neglecting maintenance can result in failures or permanent damage to the engine. Ifthe engine is operating
in ambient temperatures consistently below 1B"C [OaF] or above 38C [100FJ , perform maintenance at shorter
intervals.
Sockets
1/2-lnch Drive 3/8-lneh Drive
Wrenches Other Tools
19 mm
17 mm
15 mm
14mm
13mm
10 mm
8 mm
7/16 deep socket
3/8 inch
5/16 inch
28 mm
19 mm
18 mm
17 mm
15 mm
14 mm
13 mm
10 mm
8 mm
7/8 inch
11/16 inch
9/16 inch
1/2 inch
7/16 inch
3/8 inch
1/4 inch
Maintenance Schedule
Ratchets, 1/2- and 3/B-inch drive
Socket extensions, 1/2- and 3/8-inch long and short
Socket universal joint, 3/8-inch drive
Adapter, 1/2-inch female-to-3!8-inch male socket
_Torque wrench, 1/2-inch drive, 100 ft-Ib capacity
Breaker bar, 1/2-inch drive
Plastic hammer
5/16-inch allen hex key
Spray can of silicone lubricant
Flat blade screwdriver
Brass rod, 4.76-mm (3/16-in) diameter
DCA4 test kit, Fleetquardv Part Number CC-2602J
Engine barring gear, Part Number 3377371
Filter wrenches (75- to 80-, 90- to 95-, and 118-to 131-mm)
General Information
For your convenience. listed below are the section numbers that contain specific instructions for performing the
maintenance checks listed in the maintenance schedule.
Perform maintenance at whichever interval occurs first. At each scheduled maintenance interval, perform all previous
Checks that are due for scheduled maintenance.
Daily or Refueling - Maintenance Check
4
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Air Intake Piping - Inspect
Air Tanks and Reservoirs - Drain
Cooling Fan Check/Correct
Crankcase Breather Tube Inspect
Drive Belts -Check/Correct
Engine Coolant level -Check/Correct
Engine Lubricating Oil Level -Check/Correct
Fuel-Water Separator . Drain
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Air Compressor Mounting Hardware - Check/Correct
Air Cleaner Restriction Check/Correct
Charge Air Cooler -Check/Correct
Charge Air Piping - Check/Correct
Lubricating Oil and Filters Change
E very 19, 000 km [12, 000 mil, 500 Hours, or 6Months - Maintenance Check
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Coolant Filters - Replace
Supplemental Coolant Additives (SCA) and Antifreeze - Check
Fuel Filter (Spin-On Type) - Replace
Every 38,000 km [24, 000 mil, 1000 Hours, or 12 Months - Maintenance Check" Section 6
Fan Belt Tensioner - Check/Correct
Overhead Set - Adjust
Every 77,000 km [48,000 mil, 2000 Hours, or 2 Years - Maintenance Check
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Air Compressor Discharge Lines _ Check/Correct
Cooling System - Drain, Flush, and Fill
Vibration Damper, Rubber - Check
Notes:
1. The lubricating oil and lubricating oil filter interval can be adjusted based on fuel consumption, gross vehicle weight,
and idle time. Refer to Oil Drain Intervals in this section.
2. Test the SCA concentration level every 6 months unless concentration is over three units; then check at every oil
drain interval until concentration is below three units.
3. Antifreeze check interval is every oil change or 19,000 km [12,000 mil. 500 hours or 6 months, whichever occurs
first. The operator must use a heavy-duty year-round antifreeze that meets the chemical composition ofGM603BM.
The antifreeze change interval is 2 years or 77,000 km [48,000 mil. whichever occurs first. Antifreeze is essential
tor freeze, overheat, and corrosion protection.
4. Follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance procedures for the starter, alternator, generator, batteries,
electrical components, engine brakes, exhaust brake, charge air cooler, air compressor, air conditioner compressor,
and fan clutch, Refer to Section M for addresses and telephone numbers.
Maximum Oil Drain Intervals
Refer to the following flowchart to determine the maximum recommended oil change and filter change intervals in
kilometers, miles, hours, or months, whichever comes first.
Is the vehicle one of those listed below?
Truck crane/yard spotter
Paver/crane/backhoe
DozerJ scrape/skipper
If Yes-
Select the correct oil drain interval trorn Table 1.
If No-
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Tractor/combine/irrigation equipment
Genset/air compressor/rue equipment
If Yes -
Select the correct oil drain interval from Table 2.
If No-
Select the correct oil drain interval from Table 3.
Vehicle/Equipment
Truck crane/yard spotter
Table1, Oil Drain Intervals
Kilometers Miles
10,000 6,000
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Months
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Vehicle/Equipment
Paver/crane/backhoe
Dozerlscraperlskidder
Table 1, Oil Drain Intervals
Kilometers Miles
N/A N/A
N/A N/A
Hours Months
250 3
250 3
Hours Months
250 3
250 3
Vehicle/Equipment
Tractor/combine/irrigation
equipment
Gensetlair compressor/fire
pump
Table 2, Oil Drain Intervals
Kilometers Miles
N/A N/A
N/A N/A
Vehicle/Equipment
All others
Table 3, Oil Drain Intervals
Kilometers Miles
10,000 6,000
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Hours
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Maintenance Data
Maintenance Record
Engine Serial No.: Engine Model:
Owner's Name: Equipment Name/Number:
Keyto table headings: A ... Date
B =: km[Miles], Hours or Time Interval
C =: Actual km[Miles] or Hours
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Maintenance Check . 3-2
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Engine Operation Report.... 3-1 I
General Information.. 3-1
Unusual Engine Noise 3-1
Dri ve Belts... 3-3 I
Maintenance Check .. 3-3
Cogged Belt 3-3
Poly-Vee Belt 3-3
Fan, Cooling 3-4 I
Inspect for Reuse 3-4
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Drain 3-5
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Lubri cati ng Oi l Level. 3-6
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Section 3- Maintenance Procedures at Daily Interval
Daily Maintenance Procedures - Overview
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Daily Maintenance Procedures -Overview
General Information
Preventative maintenance begins withday-to-dayawareness of the engine andits system.Before starting the engine.
check the oil andcoolant levels. Lookfor:
Leaks
Loose or damaged parts
Worn or damaged belts
Any change in engine appearance.
Odor of fuel
Engine Operation Report
The engine must be maintained in topmechanical condition if the operator is to getoptimumsatisfaction fromits use.
The maintenance department needs dailyrunning reports fromthe operator to make necessaryadjustments in the time
allocated. The dailyrunning report also helps to make provisions for more extensive maintenance workas the reports
indicate the necessity.
Comparison andintelligent interpretation of the dailyreport, along withapractical follow-upaction, will eliminate most
failures and emergency repairs.
Report to the maintenance department any of the following conditions:
Lowlubricating oil pressure
Lowpower
Power increases or engine surge
Erratic or no accelerator control or response
Any warning lights flashing or staying on
Abnormal water or oil temperature
Unusual engine noise
Excessive smoke
Excessive use of coolant, fuel, or lubricating oil
Any fuel, coolant, or lubricating oil leaks
Loose or damaged parts
Worn or damaged belts
Unusual Engine Noise
During daily maintenance checks. listen for any unusual
engine noise that can indicate that service is required.
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Air Intake Piping
Maintenance Check
Visually inspect the intake piping daily for wear points and
damage to piping, loose clamps, or punctures that can
damage the engine.
Replace damaged pipes, and tighten loose clamps, as
necessary, to prevent the air system from leaking.
Torque Value: 8 N.m [72 in-Ib)
Check for corrosion under the clamps and hoses of the
intake system piping. Corrosion can allow corrosive prod-
ucts and dirt to enter the intake system. Disassemble and
clean, as required.
Coolant Level
Maintenance Check
.A WARNING .
Do not remove a pressure cap from a hot engine. Wait
until the coolant temperature is below 50C [120F]
before removing the pressure cap. Heated coolant spray
or steam can cause personal injury.
l:t.. CAUTION J ::".
Never use asealing additive to stop leaks in the cooling
system. This can result in cooling system plugging and
inadequate coolant flow, causing the engine to over-
heat.
The coolant level must be checked daily.
A CAUTION A.
Do not add cold coolant to a hot engine. Engine cast-
ings can be damaged. Allowthe engine to cool to below
50C (120
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F] before adding coolant.
Make up coolant added to the engine must be mixed with
the correct proportions of antifreeze, supplemental coolant
additive, and water to avoid engine damage.
Coolant recommendations and specification details on cor-
rect mixing of coolant can be found in Maintenance Speci-
fications (Section V).
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Section 3Maintenance Procedures at Daily Interval
Fill the cooting systemwithcoolant to the bottomof the fill ~.,
neck in the radiator fill or expansion tank. D
NOTE: Some radiators have two fill necks, both of which
must be filled when the cooling systemis drained.
Dri ve Belts
Maintenance Check
Poly-Vee Belt
Inspectthe belts daily.Checkthe beltfor intersecting cracks.
Traverse (across the belt width) cracks are acceptable.
Longitudinal (direction of belt length) cracks that intersect
withtransverse cracks are not acceptable. Replace the belt
if it is frayed or has pieces of material missing. Refer to
Section A for beltadjustment andreplacement procedures.
Belt damage can be caused by:
Incorrect tension
Incorrect size or length
Pulley misalignment
Incorrect installation
Severe operating environment
Oil or grease on the side of belts.
Cogged Belt
Inspectthe belts daily.Replace the belts iftheyare cracked,
frayed, or have chunks of material missing. Small cracks
are acceptable.
Adjust the belts that have aglazed or shinysurface, which
indicates belt slippage. Correctly installed and tensioned
belts will showeven pulleyandbelt wear.Refer to Section
A for belt adjustment and replacement procedures.
Belt damage can be caused by:
Incorrect tension
Incorrect size or length
Pulley misalignment
Incorrect installation
Severe operating environment
Oil or grease on the belts
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Measure the belt tension in the center span of the pulleys.
Refer to the Belt Tension Chart in Section V tor the correct
gauge and tension value for the belt width used.
An alternate method (deflection method) can be used to
check belt tension byapplying 110 N [25 lbf] force between
the pulleys on v-belts. Ifthe deflection is more than one belt
thickness per foot of pulley center distance, the belt tension
must be adjusted.
Refer to Section A for adjustment procedures.
For cogged belts, make sure that the belt tension gauge is
positioned so that the center tensioning leg is placed di-
rectly over the high point (hump) of acog. Other positioning
will result in incorrect measurement.
Fan, Cooling
Inspect for Reuse
... WARNING .A.
Do not rotate the engine bypulling or prying on the fan.
The fan blade(s) can be damaged and cause the fan to
fall and cause personal Injury Or property damage. Use
the accessory drive shaft to rotate the crankshaft.
A visual inspection of the cooling fan is required daily.
Check for cracks, loose rivets, and bent or loose blades.
Check the fan to make sure it is securely mounted. Tighten
the capscrews, if necessary.
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Secti on 3- Mai ntenance Procedures at Dai ly Interval
... WARNING ...
Do not strai ghten a bent fan blade or conti nue to use a
damaged fan. A bent or damaged fan blade can fai l
duri ng operati on and cause personal i njury or property
damage.
Replace original equipment fan that is damagedwithafan
of the identical part number. Cummins Engine Company,
Inc. must approve any other fan changes to be covered
under warranty.
Refer vehicle or equipment manufacturers specifications
for capscrew torque.
Fuel-Water Separator
Drai n
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Drai n the water-fuel separator i nto a contai ner and di s-
pose of i n accordance wi th local envi ronmental regu-
lati ons.
Cummins Inc. requires afuel-water separator or fuel filter
be installed in the fuel supply system.
Drain the water and sediment fromthe separator daily.
Cani ster Type
Shut off the engine.
Pull upon the drain valve lever until fluid drains out of the
drain tube. Drain the filter sump until clear fuel is visible.
Pushupon the drain valve until fluid drains outofthe drain
tube.
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Section 3 - Maintenance Procedures at Daily Interval
Spin-on Type
Shut off the engine.
Use your hand to open the drain valve. Turn the valve
counterclockwise approximately 3'/2turns until the valve
drops down 25.4mm [1 in] and draining occurs.
Drain the filter sump until clear fuel is visible.
A CAUTION A
When closing the drain valve, do not overtighten the
valve. Overtightening can damage the threads.
To close the valve, lift the valve and turn clockwise until it
is hand-tight.
Lubricating Oil Level
Maintenance Check
A CAUTION A
Never operate the engine with oil level below the L (low)
mark or above the H (high) mark. Poor engine perfor-
mance or engine damage can occur.
The engine must be level when checking the oil level to
make sure the measurement is correct.
Shut off the engine for an accurate reading.
Wait at least 15 minutes after shutting off the engine to
check the oil level. This allows time for the oil to drain into
the oil pan.
For additional lubricating oil recommendations and oil pan
capacity information, refer to Maintenance Specifications
(Section V).
Crankcase Breather Tube
Maintenance Check
Inspect the breather tube for sludge, debris, or ice in the
tube.
Inspect the tube more frequently in icy conditions.
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Ai r Tanks and Reservoi rs
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valves are operating correctly. If a manual drain valve is
used on the wet tank, open the draincock on the wet tank
to drain any moisture accumulated in the air system. If oil
is present, the air compressor system must be checked.
Contact your Cummins Authorized Repair Location.
Ai r Tanks and Reservoi rs
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Mai ntenance Procedures at 10,000 km [6000 mi ] Page 4-8
Mai ntenance Procedures at 10,000 Ki lometers [6000 Mi les],
250 Hours, or 3 Months
Secti on Contents
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Ai r Cleaner Restri cti on 4-1
Maintenance Check 4-1
Ai r Compressor 4-1
Maintenance Check 4-1
Charge-Ai r Cooler.... 4-2
Maintenance Check 4-2
Charge-Ai r Pi pi ng........................................................................................................................ 4-2
Maintenance Check 4-2
lubri cati ng Oi l and Fi lters.. 4-3
Drain 4-3
Fill 4-5
Install 4-4
Remove 4-4
Mai ntenance Procedures - Overvi ew.. 4-1
General Information 4-1
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Maintenance Procedures at 10,000 km [6000 mil
Maintenance Procedures -Overview
General Information
All maintena.nce checks and inspections listed in previous
maintenance intervals must also be performed at this time,
in addition to those listed under this maintenance interval.
Air Compressor
Maintenance Check
NOTE: Depending on application, all engines will possibly
not be equipped with an air compressor.
Inspect compressor housing for cracks and damage.
Inspect hydraulic pump couplings for cracks, wear, or dam-
age (if equipped).
Inspect air plumbing for splits or cracks.
Inspect the air compressor mounting nuts, including sup-
port bracket, for loose or damaged hardware.
Operate the engine and check for correct compressor op-
eration and air, oil, and coolant leaks.
Torque Value:
Mounting 18
mm 77 Nm [57 ft-Ib]
Torque Value:
Bracket 10 mm 45 Nm [33 ft-Ib]
Air Cleaner Restriction
Maintenance Check
Mechanical Indicator
NOTE: Do not remove the felt washer from the indicator.
The felt washer absorbs moisture.
A mechanical restriction indicator is available to indicate
excessive air restriction through adry-type air cleaner. This
instrument can be mounted in the air cleaner outlet or on
the instrument panel. The red flag (1) in the window gradu-
ally rises as the cartridge loads with dirt. After changing or
replacing the cartridge, reset the indicator by pushing the
reset button.
Restriction or vacuum indicators need to be installed as
close as possible to the turbocharger air inlet in order to
obtain a true indication of restrictions.
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Vacuum Indi cator
Vacuum switches actuate awarning light on the instrument
panel when the air restriction becomes excessive.
Charge-Ai r Cooler
Mai ntenance Check
Inspect the charge-air cooler (CAG) for dirt and debris
blocking the fins. Check for cracks, holes, or other damage.
If damage is found, refer to the vehicle, vessel, or equip-
ment manufacturer.
Charge-Ai r Pi pi ng
Mai ntenance Check
Inspect the charge-air piping and hoses for leaks, holes,
cracks, or loose connections. Tighten the hose clamps if
necessary. Refer to the vehicle or equipment rnanutactur-
er's specifications for the correct torque value.
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Lubri cati ng Oi l and Fi lters
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di spose of i n accordance wi th local envi ronmental regulati ons.
PROTECTTHE ENVIRONMENT: Handling anddisposal of used lubricating engine oil is subject to federal, state, and
local laws and regulations. Use authorized waste disposal facilities, including civicamenity sites andgarages providing
authorized facilities for receipt of used lubricating oil. If in doubt, contactyour state andlocal environmental authorities
or the Environmental Protection Agency for guidance as to proper handling and disposal of used lubricating engine
oil.
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NOTE: If the engine is in service, under no circumstances
can the lubricating oil drain interval extend beyond the
intervals given in the charts.
Change the lubricating oil and filters to remove the con-
taminants suspended in the lubricating oil.
NOTE: Drain the lubricating oil only when it is hot and the
contaminants are in suspension.
A . WARNING A .
To avoid personal injury, avoid direct contact of hot oil
with your skin.
NOTE: Use a container that can hold at least 25 liters [26
qt] of lubricating oil.
Operate the engine until the water temperature reaches
60C [140F]. Shut the engine off. Remove the lubricating
oil drain plug.
Remove
Clean the area around the lubricating oil filter head. Re-
move the filter. Clean the gasket surface of the filter head.
NOTE: The o-rinq can stick on the filter head. Make sure
it is removed.
Install
NOTE: Fill the filters with clean lubricating oil before in-
stallation.
NOTE: The LF3000 lubricating oil filter has two gaskets.
Lubricate both gaskets.
Apply alight film of oil to the gasket sealing surface before
installing the filters.
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Maintenance Procedures at 10, 000 km [6000 mi]
aCAUTION a
Mechanical overtightening can distort the threads or
damage the lubricating oil filter element seal.
Install the lubricating oil tilter as specified by the filter
manufacturer.
Check and clean the lubricating oil drain plug threads and
sealing surface.
Install the lubricating oil pan drain plug.
Torque Value:
For steel stamp
oil pans 80 Nm [59 ft-lb]
Torque Value:
For aluminum
oil pans 60 Nm [44 ft-Ib]
Fill
NOTE: Use a high-quality 15W-40 multiviscosity lubricat-
ing oil, such as Cummins Premium Bluew, or equivalent, in
Cummins engines. Choose the correct oil for your operat-
ing climate as outlined in Section V.
Fill the engine with clean lubricating oil to the proper level.
System Capacity:
23.8 liters [25.1 qt]
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Mai ntenance Procedures at 10,000 km [6000 mi l
Operate the engine at low idle to inspect for leaks at the
lubricating oil filter and the drain plug.
Stop the engine. Wait approximately 15 minutes to let the
lubricating oil drain from the upper parts of the engine.
Check the level again.
Add oil as necessary to bring the oil level to the H (high)
mark on the dipstick.
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Mai ntenance Procedures at 19,000 km [12,000 mi l Page 5-a
Mai ntenance Procedures at 19,000 Ki lometers [12,000
Mi les], 500 Hours, or 6 Months
Secti on Contents
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Coolant Fi lter 5-1
Clean 5-1
Install 5-2
Remove 5-1
Fuel Fi lter (Spi n-On Type)........... 5-4
Clean 5-4
Install 5-4
Prime 5-5
Remove 5-4
Mai ntenance Procedures - Overvi ew.......... 5-1
General Information 5-1
Supplemental Coolant Addi ti ve (SCA) and Anti freeze Concentration 5-3
Maintenance Check 5-3
Antifreeze 5-3
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Mai ntenance Procedures at 19,000 km [12,000 ml]
Mai ntenance Procedures - Overvi ew
General Informati on
All maintenance checks and inspections listed in previous
maintenance intervals must also be performed atthis time,
in addition to those listed under this maintenance interval.
Coolant Fi lter
Remove
.. WARNING ..
Wai t unti l the coolant temperature i s below 50C [122F]
before removi ng the pressure cap. Remove the coolant
system pressure cap and close the shutoff valve before
removi ng the coolant fi lter. Fai lure to do so can result
i n personal i njury from heated coolant spray.
Turn the shutoff valve to the OFF position by rotating the
knob from vertical to horizontal in the direction shown.
Remove and discard the coolant filter.
Clean
Clean the gasket surface.
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Install
A. CAUTION A.
Do not allow oi l to get i nto the fi lter. Oi l wi ll damage the
DCA.
A. CAUTION A.
Mechani cal overti ghteni ng can di stort the threads or
damage the fi lter head.
Apply a thin film of lubricating oil to the gasket sealing
surface before installing the newcoolant filter.
Install the coolant filter on the filter head. Tighten the filter
until the gasket contacts the filter head surface.
Tighten the coolant filter an additional 1/2 to 3/4 of a turn,
or as specified by the filter manufacturer.
A. CAUTION A.
The valve must be i n the ON posi ti on to prevent engi ne
damage.
Turn the shutott to the ON position byrotating the knob from
horizontal to vertical in the direction shown.
~ Install the coolant system pressure cap.
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Maintenance Procedures at 19, 000 km[12, 000 mil
Operate the engine and check for coolant leaks.
After the air has been purgedfromthe system, check the
coolant level again.
Supplemental Coolant Addi ti ve (SeA)
and Anti freeze Concentrati on
Maintenance Check
Supplemental Coolant Additive (SCA)
Check the SeA concentration level:
At least twice ayear
At everysubsequent oil drain interval ifthe concen-
tration is above 3 units
Whenever coolant is added to the cooling system
between filter changes.
Use Fleetguardcoolanttestkit, PartNo.CC2602, to check
the SCA concentration level.Instructions are included with
the test kit.Refer to Coolant Recommendations and Speci-
fications in Maintenance Specifications (Section V) for the
correct SCA and antifreeze level.
Antifreeze
A CAUTION A
Overconcentration of antifreeze or use of high-silicate
antifreeze can damage the engine.
Check the antifreeze concentration. Use a mixture of 50-
percent water and50-percent ethylene glycol or propylene
glycol-based antifreeze to protect the engine to -32C
[-26F] year-around.
The Fleetguardrefractometer, Part Number C2BOO,pro-
vides areliable, easy-to-read, and accurate measurement
of freezing point protection andglycol (antifreeze) concen-
tration.
Antifreeze is essential in every climate.
Antifreeze broadens the operating temperature range by
lowering the coolantfreezing point andbyraising its boiling
point.
The corrosion inhibitors also protect the cooling system
components fromcorrosion and prolong component life.
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Fuel Filter (Spin-On Type)
Clean
Clean the area around the fuel filter head.
Remove
75- to 80-mm and 90-to 95-mm Wrenches
Remove the fuel filter. Clean the gasket surface of the fuel
filter head.
Install
Replace the a-ring.
Fill the new fuel filter(s) with clean fuel, and lubricate the
a-ring seal with clean lubricating engine oil.
ll.. CAUTION s:
To reduce the possibility of fuel leaks, make sure the
fuel filter is installed tightly but not too tightly. Me-
~ chanical overtightening will damage the fuel filter.
Install the fuel filter as specified by the filter manufacturer.
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Maintenance Procedures at 19,000 km [12,000 mil
Prime
Controlled venting is provided at the injection pump through
the fuel drain manifold. Small amounts of air introduced by
changing the fuel filters or fuel injection pump supply line
will be vented automatically if the fuel filter is changed in
accordance with the instructions.
NOTE: Manual bleeding is required if:
The fuel filter is not filled prior to installation
Fuel injection pump is replaced
High-pressure fuel line connections are loosened or
fuel lines replaced
Initial engine start up or start up after an extended
period of no engine operation occurs
Vehicle fuel tank has been run until empty.
Open the bleed screw.
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Tighten the bleed screw.
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.. WARNING A
The pressure of the fuel in the line is sufficient to pen-
etrate the skin and cause serious personal injury. Wear
gloves and protective clothing.
17-mm (PES.A, PES.MW) and 19-mm (PES.P) Wrenches
Loosen the fittings atthe injectors, and crank the engine to
allow entrapped air to vent from the lines. Tighten the
fittings.
.. WARNING A
It is necessary to put the engine in the run position.
Because the engine could start, be sure to follow all the
safety precautions. Use the normal engine starting pro-
cedure.
Start the engine and vent one line at atime until the engine
runs smoothly.
NOTE: Do not engage the starter for more than 30 seconds
each time when itis usedto vent the system: Wait 2 minutes
between engagements.
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Mai ntenance Procedures at 38,000 km [24,000 mi l
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Mai ntenance Procedures at 38,000 Ki lometers [24,000
Mi les], 1000 Hours, or 1 Year
Secti on Contents
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Cooli ng Fan Belt Tensi oner 6-1
Mai ntenance Check ---- 6-1
Mai ntenance Procedures - Overview ----------6-1
General Informati on -----__--- -------- 6-1
Overhead Set ---- 6-2
Adjust ------ 6-2
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the bottomtensioner armstopboss on the tensioner body. V
If these two are not touching, the tensioner must be
replaced.
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Maintenance Procedures - Overview
General Information
All maintenance checks andinspections listed in previous
maintenance intervals must also be performedatthis time,
in addition to those listed under this maintenance interval.
Cooling Fan Belt Tensioner
Maintenance Check
Every48,000 km[30,000 mil. 1000hours, or 1year,which-
ever occurs first, inspect the automatic belt tensioner.
With the engine turned off, check that neither the topnor
bottomtensioner armstopis touching the castboss on the
tensioner body.Ifeither ofthe stops is touching aboss, the
alternator belt must be replaced.Check to make sure the
correct belt part number is being used if either condition
exists.
Check the tensioner pulley and body for cracks. If any
cracks are noticed, the tensioner must be replaced. Refer
to a Cummins Authorized Repair Facility. Check the
tensioner for dirt buildup. If this condition exists, the
tensioner must be removed and steam-cleaned.
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Inspect the tensioner for evidence of the pivoting tensioner
arm contacting the stationary circular base. If there is evi-
dence of these two areas touching, the pivot tube bushing
has failed and the tensioner must be replaced.
A worn tensioner that has playin itor abelt that "walks"off
its pulley possibly indicates pulley misalignment.
NOTE: Maximum pulley misalignment is 3 degrees.
This measurement can be taken with astraightedge and an
inclinometer.
Install the belt.
Overhead Set
Adjust
Remove the air crossover tube fromthe engine if equipped.
Disconnect the support clamps, hose clamp, andwastegate
sensing line. Remove the crankcase vent tube and any
other parts that would prevent removal of the valve cover.
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Maintenance Procedures at 38, 000 km [24, 000 mi]
Remove valve cover.
Locate top dead center tor cylinder No. 1 by rotating the
crankshaft slowly while pressing on the engine timing pin.
The barring gear inserts into the flywheel housing and
engages the flywheel ring gear. The engine can then be
rotated by hand using a 1/2-inch ratchet or breaker bar.
When the engine timing pin engages the hole in the earn-
shaft gear, cylinder No. 1 is at top dead center on the
compression stroke.
A CAUTION A
Be sure to disengage the engine timing pin after locat-
ing top dead center to prevent damage to the engine
timing pin.
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Intake clearance: 0.30 mm(0.012in].
Exhaust clearance: 0.61 mm(0.024 in).
Check1setvalves with engine cold below60
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C [140FI .
NOTE: The clearance is correct when some resistance is
Ufelt"when the feeler gauge is slipped between the valve
stemandthe rocker lever.
Locate topdead center for cylinder No.1.
Check/adjust the valves indicatedfor STEP A (I =intake;
E = exhaust).
After tightening the rocker lever locknut, check the valve
clearance to make sure the valve clearance has not
changed.
Torque Value: 24 N.m [212 in-Ib]
~ CAUTION ~
Be Sure the engine timing pin is disengaged to prevent
damage to the engine timing pin.
Mark vibration damper and rotate the crankshaft 360
degrees.
Set the valves indicatedfor STEP B.
After tightening the rocker lever locknut, check the valve
clearance to make sure the valve clearance has not
changed.
Torque Value: 24 N.m (212 in-lb]
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NOTE: If the seal is not damaged, it can be used again. If
the seal is damaged, install a new seal.
Install the rubber seal into the groove in the valve cover.
Start the installation at the overlap area shown in the il-
lustration. Do not stretch the rubber seal.
If the seal has more overlap than shown in the illustration,
trim the length to provide the correct overlap.
Install new sealing a-rings on the capscrews.
Install the valve cover and wastegate sensing tube.
Torque Value: 24 Nm [212 in-lb]
Install the crankcase vent tube, and secure with the support
clamps and hose clamp.
Torque Value:
A
B =
24 N.m [212 in-Ib).
43 Nm [32 in-Ib}.
Install the air crossover tube and any other parts previously
removed to gain access to the valve cover.
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Mai ntenance Procedures at 77,000 km [48,000 mi l
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Mai ntenance Procedures at 77,000 Ki lometers [48,000
Mi les], 2000 Hours, or 2 Years
Secti on Contents
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Ai r Compressor Di scharge Li nes .... -------- 7-1
General Information ------------------------------- 7-1
Maintenance Check --------------------------------------- 7-1
Cooli ng System --------------------------------------- 7-3
Drain ------------------------------------------------ 7-3
Fill 7-5
Flush ----------------------------------- 7-4
Mai ntenance Procedures - Overview ---------- 7-1
General Information ------------------------------------ 7-1
Vi brati on Damper, Rubber ------------- ------------------ 7-6
Inspect - ---------------------------------------- 7-6
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Maintenance Procedures at 77, 000 km[48, 000 mil
Maintenance Procedures -Overview
General Information
All maintenance checks andinspections listedin previous
maintenance intervals mustalso be performedatthis time,
in addition to those listedunder this maintenance interval.
Air Compressor Discharge Lines
General Information
All air compressors have asmall amount of lubricating oil
carryover that lubricates the piston rings andmoving parts.
When this lubricating-oil is exposed to normal air com-
pressor operating temperatures over time, the lubricating
oil will form varnish or carbon deposits. If the following
maintenance check are notperformed, the air compressor
piston rings will wear and not seal correctly.
Maintenance Check
A - WARNING A -
Wear appropriate eye andface protection when using
compressed air. Flying debris and dirt can cause per-
sonal injury.
Shut oft the engine.
Open the drain valve on the wettankto release the system
air pressure.
Remove the air compressor discharge line fromthe air
compressor. Location of the air compressor discharge line
can be found in FlowDiagram, CompressedAir Systemin
SystemDiagrams (Section D).
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Maintenance Procedures at 77,000 km [4B,000 mi]
Measure the total carbon deposit thickness inside the air
discharge line as shown. If the total carbon deposit (X +
X) exceeds 2 mm [1/16 in], clean and inspect the cylinder
head, the valve assembly, and the discharge line. Replace
if necessary. Contact the Cummins Authorized Repair Lo-
cation for procedures.
If the total carbon deposit exceeds specifications, continue
checking the air discharge line connections up to the first
tank until total carbon deposit is less than 2 mm [1/16 in].
Clean or replace any lines or connections that exceed this
specification.
Inspect any air driers, splitter valves, pressure relief valves."
and alcohol injectors for carbon deposits or malfunctioning
parts. Inspect for air leaks. Maintain and repair the parts
according to the manufacturer's specifications.
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Coolant is toxic. Keepawayfromchildren andpets.If
not reused, dispose of in accordance with local envi-
ronmental regulations.
Drain the cooling system byopening the drain valve on the
radiator and removing the plug in the bottom of the water
inlet hose. A drain pan with acapacity of 19 liters [5 gal) will
be adequate for most applications.
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Cooling System
Drain
A WARNING.
Do not removethe pressure cap fromahotengine.Walt
until the coolant temperature is below 50C [120F]
before removingthe pressure cap.Heatedcoolantspray
or steamcan cause personal injury.
.A WARNING .A
Coolant is toxic. Keepawayfromchildren andpets.If
not reused, dispose of in accordance with local envi-
ronmental regulations.
tl.. CAUTION s:
Protect the environment: Handling and dlspo$ing of
used antifreeze is subject to federal, state, and local
regulations. Use authorized waste disposal facilities,
including civic amenity sites and garages providing
authorized facilities for the receipt of usedantifreeze.
If in doubt, contact local authorities of the Environ-
mental Protection Agency (EPA)for guidance as to
proper handling of usedantifreeze.
Avoid excessive contact, and wash thoroughly after
contact.
Keep out of reach of children .
Check for damaged hoses and loose or damaged hose
clamps. Replace as required.
Check the radiator for leaks, damage, and buildup of dirt.
Clean and replace as required.
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Flush
~ CAUTION A
The systemmust be filled properly to preventair locks.
During filling, air must be purgedfromthe engine cool-
ant passages. Be sure to open the petcock on the
aftercooler for aftercooledengines. Wait2 to 3 minutes
to allowair to be vented; then addmixture to bring the
level to the top.
NOTE: Adequate venting is provided for afill rate of 19 liters
[5 gal] per minute.
dCAUTION 1l..
Do not install the radiator cap. The engine is to be
operated without the capfor this process.
Fill the system with a mixture of sodium carbonate and
water (or a commercially available equivalent).
NOTE: Use 0.5 kg [1 Ib] of sodium carbonate for every 23
liters [6 gal] of water.
A WARNING A.
Coolantis toxic.If not reused, dispose of in accordance
with local environmental regulations.
Operate the engine for 5 minutes with the coolant tem-
perature above BOC [176F].
Shut the engine off, and drain the cooling system.
Fill the cooling system with high-quality water.
NOTE: Be sure to vent theengine and aftercooler for com-
plete tilling.
NOTE: Do not install the radiator cap or the new coolant
filter.
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Operate the engine for 5 minutes with the coolant tem-
perature above B OoC [, 76F].
Shut the engine off, and drain the cooling system.
NOTE: If the water being drained is still dirty, the system
must be flushed again until the water is clean.
Fill
A CAUTION A
The system must be filled properly to prevent air locks.
During filling, air must be purged from the engine cool-
ant passages. Be sure to open the peteoek on the
aftercooler for aftercooled engines. Wait 2to 3minutes
to allow air to be vented; then addmixture to bring the
level to the top.
The system is designed to use aspecific quantity of cool-
ant. If the coolant level is low, the engine will run hot
If frequent addition of coolant is necessary, the engine or
system has a leak. Find and repair the leak.
The system has a designed fill rate of '9 liters (5 gal] per
minute.
A CAUTION A
Never use water alone for coolant. This can result in
damage from corrosion.
Use a mixture of 50-percent water and 50-percent ethylene
glycol or propylene glycol antifreeze to fill the cooling sys-
tem.
Coolant Capacity (Engine Only)
liters U.S.gal
OSC8.3 10.9 MAX 11.5
.A . WARNING A .
Before removing the pressure cap, wait until the cool-
ant temperature is below sooe (120F). Failure to do so
can cause personal injury from heated coolant spray.
Install the pressure cap. Operate the engine until the cool-
ant reaches atemperature of BOC [180F], and check for
coolant leaks.
Check the coolant level again to make sure the system is
full of coolant or that the coolant level has risen to the hot
level in the recovery bottle on the system, if so equipped.
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Maintenance Procedures at 77,000 km [48,000 mi]
Vi brati on Damper, Rubber
Inspect
Check the index lines (A) in the vibration damper hub (B)
and the inertia member (C). If the lines are more than 1.59
mm[1/16 in] out of alignment, replace the vibration damper.
Inspect the rubber member for deterioration. If pieces of
rubber are missing or if the elastic member is more than
3.18 mm [1/8 in] below the metal surface, replace the
damper.
Look for forward movement on the damper ring on the hub.
Replace the vibration damper if any movement is detected.
For vibration damper location, refer to Engine Diagrams in
Engine Identification (Section E).
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Section A -Adjustment, Repair, and Replacement Page A-a
Secti on A - Adjustment, Repai r, and Replacement
Secti on Contents
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Air In Fuel A-19
General Information A-19
Test A-20
Alternator.... A-1
Install A-2
Preparatory Steps '" '" A-1
Remove A-1
Charge-Air Cooler A-2
Clean A-3
General Information A-2
Initial Check '" A-2
Install A-4
Leak Test A-S
Pressure Test A-4
Remove : A-3
Temperature Differential Test A-6
Cooling Fan Belt Tensioner A-7
Inspect for Reuse A-8
Install A-8
Preparatory Steps A-7
Remove A-7
Drive Selt, Cooling Fan A-6
Inspect for Reuse A-7
Install '" ,.", .."., "'" __ __ A-7
Remove "__"''' __' """ . .. __ __.. ..__ .. .--__ __-- .----__ .__' A-6
Fan Spacer andPulley __. __. __ __..__..__..__ __.__ .__ .__ __.. '" . A-9
Inspect for Reuse . .__.__.__.__..__.__' . ..__.__'" --..__----. --.__.__. __A-9
Install .__.,.__..__..... __ __....__ __.. ..__... .. -- ..__""'" __----..----..'"---- --.__---- --.__..__--__..--. A-10
Preparatory Steps .__ .__. .. ..__., .__.. __ __ .. .__.__A-9
Remove .. .__.. .'__'__ __' ..__ ..__" . . .__. . .__.. . . .__ ..__.__.__..__A-9
Fuel Filter Adapter ..__ __.__ ..__..__.__ __ .__..__ ' ..__ ,.__ __.__ .. .__ __ __ . '__. __A-10
Install __.. . __.. .__ __. .__. " '"__.__'__ .__.. .__. . . __.__. A-11
Bosch" __..__.. __ __ ..__.. ' .__. . __.. .. __.. . . __.__. . A-11
Preparatory Steps '__' .. .__ . . .__'__.. .. . . . '__" . .__ A-10
Bosch" .. .. .. .__.. " .__ . __ . . . .__..__ . A-10
Remove. . . .. '__. __ __. A-10
Boschw .. .... .. . .. . .__. .__.__.__'__. . ..__. .__ A-10
Fuel Lift Pump "__ .. " . .. .. . .__ . ' ..__.__.__ .. .__.__A-11
Clean . .. .__. .__. .. . .__. '''__ '''' __ . . __.. . __ .. . . A-12
Install """""" ..__..__ __ __ __ A-12
Preparatory Steps .. "__.. .. .__ __. ..__" .'. ..__.__.. A-11
Remove A-11
Fuel Manifold (Drain)__ .__ .__' .. ".. __ __" __ .. .. .. __ __ .. ..__A-12
Install .__.__'__'" .__. ..__.__.__.__ __ __ . .__ __ . __ . . . . A-13
Preparatory Steps .__.__. .. . .. .. "" .__. .__ __. . . . ..__ ..__. .__A-12
Remove __. . .. ..__. .... .__.__ .__ __.__. .. .__...__.... . .__ A-12
Fuel Shutoff Valve .. ..__. " .. .__.. . .__. .--.__. .'__"' A - ' 3
Install .__.__'__ . .. . . .. .__.-- .__-- __---- __. .__ __. A-'3
Preparatory Steps . . .. __' .__. . . ... __.. .__ .__.______A-'3
Remove __. .__.. .. . .__.. . __. .__ . .. . ..__'__'.. . .__. A-13
Lubricating Oil Pressure Regulator (Main Rifle) . . . . . . . . . .... . A-14
Clean __ __ __ .. ' .__. .__. __ .. .__' __ . .__.____________A-15
Install . __..__..__ __.__. .. .... .__' .. . . .__. .__ . . .__..__.__. A-15
Preparatory Steps .__. ' .. . . . .. .__' . .. .__. .__ __ A-14
Remove A-15
Lubricating Oil Thermostat . .__.__' .. .__. . .. . .. "__ __A-15
Clean __ __ ,..__'__."'."'."'.".'."'." __..__ __ __ __ A-16
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Alternator
Preparatory Steps
A WARNING A
Always connect the ground or negati ve (-) cable last to
avoi d arci ng that can i gni te explosi ve battery gases.
Disconnect the ground cable from the battery terminal.
Remove and tag all wires.
Remove the drive belt from the alternator pulley.
Refer to the Troubleshooting and Repair Manual, ISC En-
gine, Bulletin No. 3666245.
Remove
13 mm
Remove the alternator link capscrew.
16 mm
Remove the alternator mounting capscrew.
Remove the alternator.
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Section A -Adjustment, Repair, and Replacement
Test
A replacement of fuel supply lines, fuel filters, fuel injection
pump, high-pressure fuel lines, and injectors will let air
enter the fuel system. Air in the systemwill make the engine
hard to start. run rough. misfire, produce low power, and
can cause excessive smoke and a fuel knock.
Since the fuel lift pump provides positive pressure through
the fuel filter and supply line to the fuel injection pump,
loose connections or defective seals can show as a fuel
leak, not as an air leak.
NOTE: If an excessive amount of air has entered into the
system, the system will need to be vented.
Loosen the return banjo fitting on the fuel lift pump. Run the
fuel lift pump until all the air has been vented. When all the
air has been vented, retighten the fitting.
NOTE: To run the fuel pump for 25 seconds, crank the
engine for a split second, and leave the key in the ON
position.
If air continues to bubble out of the system for several
minutes, then an air leak is present.
An often overlooked source from which air can enter the
fuel system is between the inlet of the fuel transfer pump
and the suction tube in the tank. Fuel tanks that have the
outlet fitting at the top will have asuction tube that extends
to the bottom of the tank. Cracks or pin holes in the weld
that join the tube to the fitting can let air enter the fuel
system.
Also, check to make sure all the fittings fromthe fuel supply
line on the tank to the inlet of the fuel transfer pump are
tight.
Use a sight glass at the fuel lift pump inlet to check for air
in the fuel supply lines.
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Section A -Adjustment, Repair, and Replacement
Since the fuel pumpprovides apositive pressure through
the fuel filter and supply line to the fuel injection pump.
loose connections or defective seals shouldshowas afuel
leak. not as an air leak.
A stuck-open injector can also blowcombustion gas back
into the pump andcause air to be present in the overflow.
If the engine seems to be misfiring or running rough, break
all the injector supply lines loose at the pumpend. Crank
the engine.andobserve the lines.Ifcombustion gas seems
to be blowing back through the line. the injector is stuck
open. Remove the injector.Take the vehicle to an Autho-
rized Cummis Repair Facility/Dealer Location for testing.
Torque Value: 24 N.m [212 in-Ib)
NOTE: Use two wrenches when loosening the lines atthe
fuel pump: One to holdthe deliveryvalve andone to loosen
the fuel line.
Disconnect the fuel line fromthe outlet of the fuel filter.
Attachapreferablyclear hose to the outlet ofthe fuel filter.
(Do not use pressure test fitting.) Place apressure gauge
on the inlet side of the fuel filter and avacuumgauge on
the inlet side to the transfer pump.
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Section A -Adjustment, Repair, and Replacement
Insert a hose into an empty 3.8-liter [t-qal] container,
Operate the fuel lift pump by bumping the starter. (The lift
pump should run for 25 to 30 seconds.) Check for bubbles
in fuel.
Record filter inlet pressure and transfer pump inlet restric-
tion.
If filter inlet pressure is greater than 34.8 kPa [5 psi], the
filter element must be replaced. Repeat test.
If inlet restriction is greater than 152.4 mm Hg [6 in Hg] or
155.1 mm Hg [3 psi]. then excessive restriction exists be-
tween fuel in the tank and the transfer pump, which must
be repaired (e.g., fuel line or tank module). Repeat test.
If bubbles are present, check for air leaks in the tuel supply
circuit.
Measure the amount ot tuel in the container. If more than
1.33liters [45 tl oz] are collected and the tuel is bubble-tree,
then it is unlikely the low-pressure fuel system is the cause
of engine operational problems.
Reconnect the lift pump that is retaining the fuel filter
pressure connections. Running engine at high idle, the
filter inlet pressure should be greater than 42.3 kPa [6 psi];
otherwise. there is a fuel lift pump malfunction.
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If the fuel transfer pump does not run, check electrical
circuits, and verify voltage is present at lift pump connector.
NOTE: When an engine is not running, with keyon, the lift
pump will run less than 2 seconds (varies with ECM cali-
bration); with starter bump, about 25 to 30 seconds. If
voltage is present, replace fuel transfer pump. Resistance
measurement across the transfer pump terminals can be
made for confirmation of pump malfunction. Resistance
greater than 200 ohms or less than 0.2 ohm does confirm
an electrical fault when voltage is present but the fuel pump
is not running.
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Secti on D - System Di agrams
Secti on Contents
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Flow Di agram, Ai r Intake System 0-11
General Information 0-11
Flow Di agram, Compressed Ai r System 0-13
General Information 0-13
General Information .. 0-13
Flow Di agram, Cooli ng System 0-7
General Information 0-7
General Information 0-7
Flow Di agram, Exhaust System 0-12
General Information 0-12
Flow Di agram, Fuel System .. 0-2
General Information 0-2
General Information 0-2
Flow Di agram, Lubri cati ng Oi l System 0-3
General Information 0-3
General Information 0-3
System Di agrams - Overvi ew.. 0-1
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System Di agrams - Overvi ew
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System Di agrams - Overvi ew
General Informati on
The following drawings show the flow through the engine systems. Although the parts can be different for various
applications and installations, the flow remains the same. The systems shown are
Fuel system
Lubricating oil system
Coolant system
Intake air system
Exhaust system
Compressed air system.
Knowledge of the engine systems can help in troubleshooting, servicing, and general maintenance of the engine.
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Flow Diagram, Fuel System
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1. Fuel from supply tank
2. Prefilter or screen
3. Fuel transfer pump
4. Fuel/water separator
5. Fuel filter
6. Low-pressure supply line
7. Turbocharger boost control line
8. Bosch'" PES.MW injection pump
9. Boschw PES.A injection pump
10. BoschQ PES.P injection pump
11. Fuel drain manifold
12. High-pressure fuel lines
13. Hole-type injectors
14. Fuel return to supply tank.
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1. Gerotor lubricating oil pump 8. Filter bypass valve
2. Pressure regulating valve closed 9. Filter bypass valve closed
3. Pressure regulating valve open 10. Filter bypass valve open
4. From lubricating oil pump 11 . To lubricating oil filter
5. To lubricating oil cooler 12. Full-flow lubricating oil filter
6. To lubricating oil pump oil pan 13. From lubricating oil filter
7. Lubricating oil cooler 14. Main lubricating oil rifle.
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2. Turbocharger lubricating oil supply
3. Turbocharger lubricating oil drain
4. To main lubricating oi l ri fle.
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2. Main lubricating oil rifle
3. To camshaft
4. To piston cooling nozzle
5. From main lubricating oil rifle
6. To connecting rod bearing.
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Section A - Adjustment, Repair, and Replacement
Install
To install the alternator, the alternator mounting compo-
nents must be tightened in the following sequence:
1. Alternator-to-alternator bracket capscrew
2. Lower brace-to-alternator capscrew
3. Lower alternator brace-to-water pump capscrew
4. Water inlet-to-block capscrews.
NOTE: The wrench size and torque value is determined by
the make and model of the alternator. Refer to the Trouble-
shooting and Repair Manual, ISC Engine, Bulletin No.
3666245.
To install the alternator, the alternator mounting compo-
nents must be tightened in the following sequence:
1. Alternator-to-alternator bracket capscrew
Torque Value: 43 N.m [32 ft-Ib)
2. Lower brace-to-alternator capscrew
Torque Value: 24 Nm [18 ft-Ib)
3. Lower alternator brace-to-water pump capscrew
Torque Value: 24 Nm [18 tt-lb]
4. Water inlet-to-block capscrews.
Torque Value: 24 Nm [18 ft-Ib)
Charge-Air Cooler
General I nf ormation
The long-term integrity of the charge air cooler system is
the responsibility of the vehicle and component manufac-
turers; however, the following can be checked by any Cum-
mins Authorized Repair Facility.
NOTE: If the engine experiences a turbocharger failure or
any other occasion where oil or debris is put into the charge
air cooler, the charge air cooler must be cleaned.
Initial Check
Inspect the charge air cooter for cracks, holes, and dam-
age.
Inspect the tubes, fins, and welds for tears, breaks, or other
damage. If any damage causes the charge air cooler to fail
the air leak check, the charge air cooler must be replaced.
Inspect the charge air cooler plumbing for cracks and
damage.
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Remove
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not reused, dispose of in accordance with local envi- ~
ronmental regulations .
.. WARNING ..
Wear appropriate eye and face protection when using
compressed air. Flying debris and dirt can cause per-
sonal injury.
Use compressed air toclean debris from the outside of the
charge air cooler.
Drain the coolant. Refer to Section 7.
Remove the charge air cooler plumbing.
Remove the charge air cooler. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
Clean
NOTE: If the engine experiences aturbocharger failure or
any other occasion where oil or debris is put into the charge
air cooler, the charge air cooler must be cleaned.
Remove the charge air cooler piping and charge air cooler
from the vehicle. Refer to the original equipment manu-
facturer's instructions.
A. WARNING A.
When using solvents, acids, or alkaline materials for
cleaning, follow the manufacturer's recommendations
for use. Wear goggles and protective clothing to reduce
the possibility of personallnlury.
A CAUTION A
Do not use caustic cleaners to clean the charge air
cooler. Damage to the charge air cooler will result.
Flush the charge air cooler internally with solvent in the
opposite direction of normal airflow. Shake the charge air
cooler and lightly tap on the end tanks with a rubber mallet
to dislodge trapped debris. Continue flushing until all de-
bris or oil is removed (i.e.the water runs clear).
NOTE: Make sure that the tubes are in the vertical direction
when flushing.
If the debris can not be totally removed from the charge air
cooler, the charge air cooler must be replaced.
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Wear appropriate eye and face protection when using
compressed air. Flying debris and dirt can cause per-
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When using solvents, acids, or alkaline materials for
cleaning, follow the manufacturer's recommendations
for use. Wear goggles and protective clothing to reduce
the possibility of personal injury.
ll.. CAUTION s:
The charge air cooler must be rinsed, dried, and cleaned
of solvent, oil, and debris, or engine damage will result.
After the charge air cooler has been thoroughly cleaned of
all oil and debris with solvent, wash the charge air cooler
internally with hot, soapy water to remove the remaining
solvent. Rinse thoroughly with clean water.
Blow compressed air through the inside of the charge air
cooler in the opposite direction of normal airflow until the
charge air cooler is dry internally.
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Install the pressure gauge, Part Number ST-1273, to the
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Install another pressure gauge, Part Number ST1273, in
the intake manifold.
Operate the engine at rated rpm and load. Record the
readings on the two gauges.
If the differential pressure is greater than 21 kPa [3 psi),
check the charge air cooler for plugging. Clean or replace
if necessary.
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leak Test
A- WARNING A-
To reduce the possibility of injury if either plug blows
off during the test, secure safety chains on the test
plugs to any convenient capscrew on the radiator as-
sembly. This test must not be performed without se-
curely fastened safety chains.
Tocheck the charge air cooler for cracked tubes or header,
remove the inlet and outlet hoses from the cooler. The
charge air cooler does not have to be removed fromthe
chassis.
Install aplug or capover the outlet side of the cooler.Install
apressure gauge andaregulatedshop air supply line with
ashutoff valve to the inlet side of the cooler.
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reads asteady 207 kPa[30 psi] of air pressure. ~
Shut off the airflowto the cooler and start astopwatch at
the same time. Recordthe leakage at 15seconds.
Ifthe pressure dropis 48kPa(7psi) or less in 15seconds,
the cooler is operational.
If the pressure drop is greater than 48 kPa [7 psi] in 15
seconds, check all connections again.
Determine if the pressure dropis caused byaleakycharge ~
air cooler or aleakyconnection. Spray soapywater on all
hose connections, andwatchfor bubbles to appear atthe
location of the leak.
If the pressure dropis causedbyaleakyconnection, repair
the connection andrepeatthe test. If the leakis within the
charge air cooler, repeat the test to verify the accuracy of
the pressure drop measurement. Similar pressure drop
readings must be obtained in at least three consecutive
tests before the reading can be considered accurate.
NOTE; Ifacharge air cooler leaks more than 48kPa[7psi]
in 15seconds, itwill appear as amajor leakin aleaktank.
If the pressure drop is greater than 48 kPa [7 psi] in 15
seconds, the charge air cooler must be replaced.
Refer to the equipment manufacturer's service manual for
replacement instructions.
NOTE: Charge air coolers are not designed to be 100-
percent leakfree.If the pressure drop is less than 48 kPa
(7psi] in 15seconds, then the charge air cooler does not
needto be replaced.
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Temperature Differential Test
Install a temperature gauge in the intake manifold.
Lock the fan drive in the ON mode to prevent erratic test
results. This can be done byinstalling ajumper across the
temperature switch or supplying shop air to the fan. Refer
to the fan drive manufacturer for lockup procedure.
NOTE: Some trucks have amanual switch that will lock the
fan on.
Operate the engine at rated rpm and load. Record the
intake manifold temperature.
Measure the ambient temperature at least 2feet in front of
the vehicle.
The maximum temperature differential must not be greater
than 25C [45F].
If the temperature differential is greater than 25C [45F],
check the charge air cooler for dirt and debris on the fins,
and clean as necessary. If the problem stili exists, check
the cooler for internal contamination or plugging.
Drive Belt, Cooling Fan
Remove
3/8lnch Square Drive
Lift the tensioner to remove the drive belt.
NOTE: The belt tensioner winds in the direction that the
spring tang is bent over the tensioner body. To loosen the
tension on the belt, rotate the tensioner to wind the spring
tighter.
ll.. CAUTION ll..
Applying excessive force in the OPPOSite direction of
wind~up or after the tensioner has been wound up to the
positive stop can cause the tensioner arm to break.
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Cooling Fan Belt Tensioner
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Inspect for Reuse
Inspect the drive belt for:
Cracks
Glazing
Tears or cuts
Hardening
Excessive wear.
Install
ll.. CAUTION a
The belt tensioner is spring-loaded and must be piv-
oted awayfromthe drive belt. Pivoting in the wrong
direction can result in damage to the belt tensioner.
3/8.lnch Square Drive
Lift the tensioner to install the drive belt.
Cooling Fan Belt Tensioner
Preparatory Steps
Remove the drive belt.
Remove
ll.. CAUTION a
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awayfromthe drive belt.Pivoting in the wrong direction rc::< 3
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Lift the belt tensioner to relieve tension in the belt. and
remove the belt.
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15 mm
Remove the capscrew and belt tensioner from the bracket.
Inspect for Reuse
Inspect the tensioner bushing between the arm and the
spring case.
Install
15 mm
Install the belt tensioner and capscrews.
Torque Value: 43 Nm [32 tt-lb]
3/B-lnch Square Dri ve
L if t and hold the tensioner. Install the drive belt, and release
the tensioner.
Servi ce Ti p: If difficulty is experienced installing the drive
belt or if the belt seems too short, position the belt over the
grooved pulleys first; then, while holding the tensioner up,
slide the belt over the water pump pulley.
The belt tensioner is spring-loaded and must be piv-
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Liftthe tensioner to relieve tension in the belt. Remove the
belt.
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Fan Spacer and Pulley
Preparatory Steps
Remove the drive belt.
Loosen the capscrews before removing the belt, and tighten
the capscrews after the belt is installed.
Remove
A CAUTION 1l.
Remove the fan capscrews, fan, and spacer.
Remove the fan pulley.
Inspect tor Reuse
Inspect the tan pulley for cracks near bolt holes.
Check for cracks, loose rivets, and bent or loose blades.
Fan Spacer andPulley
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Install the fan pulley.
Install the spacer, fan, and fan capscrews.
Torque Value: 24 Nm [212 in-Ib]
3IB-lnch Square Drive
Lift the tensioner, and install the belt.
Service Tip: If difficulty is experienced installing the drive
belt or if the belt seems too short, position the belt over the
grooved pulleys first; then, while holding the tensioner up,
slide the belt over the water pump pulley.
Fuel Filter Adapter
Preparatory Steps
Bo s c h
Clean debris.
Remove fuel filters.
Remove
Bosch
Remove the retaining nut, fuel filter head adapter, and
sealing washers.
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Clean
Clean the fuel transfer pump mounting surface on the
cylinder block.
Install
A CAUTION A
Fai lure to ti ghten the fuel transfer pump mounti ng
capscrews alternately can result i n broken li ft pump
flanges.
Install anewfuel transfer pumpgasket.
Alternatelytighten the mounting bolts.
Torque Value: 24 N.m [212 in-Ib]
Connect the fuel lines.
Fuel Mani fold (Drai n)
Preparatory Steps
Clean all debris fromaroundthe fuel drain manifold.
Remove
Remove the banjo capscrews fromthe injectors and fuel
filter head.
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Install
Install the fuel drain manifold in the reverse order of re-
moval.
Torque Value:
Filter Head Banjo
Injector Banjo
15 Nm [133 in-Ib]
9 Nm [80 in-Ib].
Fuel Shutoff Valve
Preparatory Steps
Label and disconnect the wiring.
Remove
Remove the two mounting capscrews, and remove the
solenoidfromthe bracket
1. Synchro-start
2. Trombetta
3. Direct link.
Install
NOTE: Make sure the acorn nut is tightened to be snugly
on the fuel shutoff solenoidshaft (Synchro-startonly).
Install the newfuel shutoff solenoid to the bracket, and
connect the wires. Make sure the wiring harness one the
Trombettasolenoid is installedin the six-o'clock position.
Torque Value: 10N.m [89 in-Ib]
1. Synchro-start
2. Trombetta
3. Direct link.
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Activate the switch and check the plunger travel.
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B = 60.2 mm 63.5 rnrn
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The plunger must be retracted when the fue! shutoff so-
lenoid is activated to the RUN position B. The fuel shutoff
solenoid must operate without binding.
Remove the hitch pin clip, the mounting capscrews, and
the fuel shutoff solenoid.
Install the new solenoid in reverse order of removal, and
connect the wires.
Torque Value: 10 Nm [89 in-Ib)
Adjust the solenoid linkage as necessary so that the plunger
is magnetically held in with the shutoff lever in the absolute
full-run position. Turn the large hex nut on the end of the
plunger to make adjustments, and secure in place with a
locknut.
Lubri cati ng Oi l Pressure Regulator
(Mai n Ri fle)
Preparatory Steps
A WARNING A.
When using solvents, acids, or alkaline materials for
cleaning, follow the manufacturer's recommendations
for use. Wear goggles and protective clothing to avoid
personal injury.
Clean the area around the pressure regulator plug with
solvent to prevent debris from falling into the plunger bore
when the plug is removed.
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Remove
Remove the threadedplug, spring, and plunger.
Service Tip: The plunger normally can be removed by
inserting one finger into the plunger bore until snug, and
pulling up. Ifthe plunger can not be removedin this man-
ner,the plunger is probablystuckandwill require removal
of the housing for plunger removal and cleaning.
Clean
Clean and inspect the bore and regulator valve before
assembly.
Install
NOTE: The valve must move freely in the bore.
Install the regulator, spring, and plug.
Torque Value: 80 Nm [59 ft-Ib]
Lubricating Oil Thermostat
Preparatory Steps
Clean debris fromoil thermostat.
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Remove
Remove the lubricating oil thermostat.
Clean
Clean and inspect the lubricating oil thermostat bore before
assembly.
Install
Install and tighten the oil cooler bypass valve.
Torque Value: 50 Nm [37 ft-Ib)
Starti ng Motor
Ini ti al Check
If the starter solenoid is making a sound but the engine is
not rotating, remove the starter motor and check for broken
ring gear teeth or a broken starter motor spring.
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Remove
A WARNING A
Batteries can emit explosive gases.To reduce the pos-
sibility of personal injury, always ventilate the compart-
ment before servicing the batteries. To avoid arcing,
remove the negative (-)batterycable first andattachthe
negative (-)battery cable last.
A WARNING A
Acid is extremely dangerous andcan damage the ma-
chinery andcan also cause serious burns. Always pro-
vide atankof strong sodawater as aneutralizing agent
when servicing the batteries. Wear goggles and pro-
tective clothing to reduce the possibility of serious
personal injury.
Remove the electrical connections fromthe batteries, nega-
tive (-) cable first.
Remove the electrical connections from the starter motor.
Identify each wire with a tag indicating location on starter
motor.
Remove the capscrews from the flywheel housing.
Remove the starter motor.
Install
Install the starter motor.
Install and tighten the mounting capscrews.
Torque Value: 43Nm [32 ft-Ib]
Starting Motor
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NOTE: Use the location tags to help identity where each
wire connection goes.
Install the starter motor electrical connections.
A. WARNING A.
Batteri es can emi t explosi ve gases. To reduce the pos-
si bi li ty of personal i njury, always venti late the compart-
ment before servi ci ng the batteri es. To avoi d arci ng,
remove the negati ve (-) battery cable fi rst and attach the
negati ve (-) battery cable last.
A. WARNING A.
Aci d i s extremely dangerous and can damage the ma-
chi nery and can also cause seri ous burns. Always pro-
vi de a tank of strong soda water as a neutrali zi ng agent
when servi ci ng the batteri es. Wear goggles and pro-
tecti ve clothi ng to reduce the possi bi li ty of seri ous
personal i njury.
Clean the inside of the battery terminal with a brush before
connecting to battery.
Install battery cables, connecting the negative (-)cable last.
Rotati on Check
If the starter motor solenoid makes a sound, turn the
keyswitch tothe OFF position, and attempt to bar the crank-
shaft in both directions.
Barthe engine using the barring tool, Part Number 3824591.
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Bar the crankshaft as follows:
1. Direction of engine rotation
2. Direction opposite engine rotation
3. Direction of engine rotation.
If the crankshaft will bar over, attempt to start the engine.
If the starter motor cranks the engine, check the starter
motor pinion gear and flywheel ring gear for damage.
Ai r i n Fuel
General Information
~ WARNING ~
Fuel is flammable. Keep all cigarettes, flames, pilot
lights, arcing equipment, andswitches out of the work
areaand areas sharing ventilation to reduce the pos-
sibility of severepersonal injury or deathwhen working
on the fuel system.
A WARNING A
Do not vent the fuel systemon ahot engine; this can
cause fuel to spill onto ahot exhaust manifold, which
can cause afire.
The low-pressure fuel system for Cummins diesel installed
in the vehicle consists of the fuel tank, lines between tank
and engine, transfer pump and lines, and fuel filter and
lines. Air or bubbles at the injection pump can cause no or
erratic engine operation and/or subsequent malfunction of
the fuel injection pump. Air can be introduced by leaks in
the fuel system prior to the transfer pump since fuel pres-
sure is a vacuum. Bubbles can result from any number of
restrictions in the system:
Plugged fuel filter
Crimped fuel line
Stopped-up tank module
Inoperative transfer pump.
If sufficient fuel reaches the injection pump from the low-
pressure system, then solutions to engine operational prob-
lems are elsewhere. The following steps will aid in evalu-
ating low-pressure fuel system performance in absence of
fault codes.
NOTE: For cold-start/performance problems, perform the
following steps:
Leave vehicle outside in cold environment for at
least 12 hours.
Perform outlined test.
If the system fails to meet test criteria, replace the
fuel lift pump.
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6. Coolant flow to cylinder head.
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7. Flow to radiator
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5. Intake valve.
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4. Turbocharger exhaust outlet.
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3. E-type unloader
10. Check valve (built into dryer)
4. Reservoir line
11. Reservoir (wet tank)
5. Governor
12. Check valve
6. Discharge line
13. Secondary pressure line.
7. Splitter valve line
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3666008
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3379001
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Ti tle of Publi cati on
C Series Troubleshooting and Repair Manual
C Series Engine Shop Manual
C Series Specifications Manual
Fuel for Cummins Engines Bulletin
Coolant Requirements and Maintenance Bulletin
Operation, ColdWeather
Cummins Engine Oil Recommendations Bulletin
Alternative Repair Manual, Band C Series Engines
Air for Your Engines
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Servi ce Li terature Orderi ng Locati on
Contact Informati on
Region
United States and Canada
Ordering Location
Cummins Distributors
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Credit Cards at 1-800-646-5609
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Order online at www.powerstore.cummins.com
Cummins Engine Co., Ltd.
Royal Oak Way South
Daventry
Northants, NN11 5NU, England
Cummins Americas, Inc.
16085 N.W. 52nd Avenue
Hialeah, FL 33104
Cummins Inc.
International Parts Order Dept., MC 40931
Box 3005
Columbus, IN 47202-3005
Cummins Diesel Sales Corp.
Literature Center
8 Tanjong Penjuru
J urong Industrial Estate
Singapore
Cummins Diesel Australia
Maroondah Highwa.y, P.O.B. 139
Ringwood 3134
Victoria, Australia
U.K., Europe, Mid-East, Africa,
and Eastern European Countries
South and Central America
(excluding Brazil and Mexico)
Brazil and Mexico
Far East (excluding
Australia and New Zealand)
Australia and New Zealand
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Component Manufacturers' Addresses.............................................. M-1
Air Compressors.................................................................................................................. M-1
Air Cylinders...................................................................................................................... M-1
Air Heaters M-1
Air Starting Motors M-1
Alternators M-1
Auxiliary Brakes '" M-1
Belts M-1
Catalytic Converters.................................................................................................................... M-1
Clutches. M-1
Coolant Heaters....................................................................................................................... M-1
Coolant Level Switches................................................................................ M-1
Drive Plates M-1
Electric Starting Motors '" '" M-2
Electronic Switches M-2
Engine Protection Controls M-2
Fan Clutches.... M-2
Fans M-2
Fault Lamps.......................................... M-2
Filters..................................................... M-2
Flexplates.............................................. M-2
Fuel Coolers M-2
Fuel Pumps M-2
Fuel Warmers M-2
Gauges M-2
General Information.............................. M-1
Governors.................................................................................................................................................... M-2
Heat Sleeves M-3
Hydraulic and Power Steering Pumps , M-3
In-Line Connectors M-3
Oil Heaters M-3
Prelubrication Systems "...................................... M-3
Radiators M-3
Throttle Assemblies M-3
Torque Converters....... M-3
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NOTE: The following list contains addresses and telephone numbers of suppliers of accessories usedon Cummins
engines. Suppliers can be contacted directly for anyspecifications not coveredin this manual.
Air Compressors
Bendix Heavy Vehicles Systems
Div.of Allied Automotive
901 Cleveland Street
Elyria, OH 44036
Telephone: (216)329-9000
Holset Engineering Co., Inc.
1320 Kemper Meadow Drive
Suite 500
CinCinnati, OH 45240
Telephone: (513) 825-9600
Midland-Grau
Heavy Duty Systems
Heavy Duty Group Headquarters
10930 N. Pamona Avenue
Kansas City, MO 64153
Telephone: (816)891-2470
A ir Cylinders
Bendix Ltd.
Douglas Road
Kingswood
Bristol
England
Telephone: 0117-871881
Catching Engineering
1733 North 25thAvenue
Melrose Park, IL 60160
Telephone: (708)344-2334
TEC -Hackett Inc.
8909 Rawles Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46219
Telephone: (317)895-3670
Air Heaters
Fleetguard, Inc.
1200 Fleetguard Road
Cookeville, TN 38502
Telephone: (615) 526-9551
KimHotstart Co.
P.O.Box 11245
Spokane, WA 99211-0245
Telephone: (509) 534-6171
A ir Starting Motors
Ingersoll Rand
Chorley NewRoad
Horwich
Bolton
Lancashire
England
BL66J N
Telephone: 01204-65544
Ingersoll-Rand Engine
Starting Systems
888 Industrial Drive
Elmhurst, IL 60126
Telephone: (708) 530-3875
StartMaster
Air Starting Systems
A Division of Sycon Corporation
9595 Cheney Avenue
P. O. Box 491
Marion, OH 43302
Telephone: (614) 382-5771
Alternators
Robert Bosch Ltd.
P.O.Box 98
Broadwater Park
North Orbital Road
Denham
Uxbridge
Middlesex UD9 5HG
England
Telephone: (0)1895-838383
Prestolite Electrics
Cleveland Road
Leyland
PR51XB
England
Telephone: (0)1772-421663
C. E . Niehoff & Co.
2021 Lee Street
Evanston, IL 60202
Telephone: (708) 866-6030
Delco-Remy America
2401 Columbus Avenue
r-o Box 2439
Anderson, IN 46018
Telephone: (317) 646-3528
Leece-Neville Corp.
400 Main Street
Arcade,NY 14009
Telephone: (716) 492-1700
Auxiliary Brakes
The J acobs Manufacturing Company
Vehicle Equipment Division
22 East Dudley Town Road
Bloomfield, CT 06002
Telephone: (203) 243-1441
Belts
T.B.A. Belting Ltd.
P.O.Box 77
Wigan
Lancashire
WN24XQ
England
Telephone; (0)1942-259221
Dayeo Mfg.
Belt Technical Center
1955 Enterpri2e
Rochester Hills, MI48309
Telephone: (810)853-8300
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900 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80217
GoodyearTire and
Rubber Company
Industrial Products Div.
2601 Fortune Circle East
Indianapolis, IN 46241
Telephone: (317) 898-4170
CatalytiC Converters
Donaldson Company, Inc.
1400 West 94th Street
P.O. Box1299
MinneapoliS, MN 55440
Telephone: (612) 887-3835
Nelson Division
Exhaust and Filtration Systems
1801 U.S. Highway 51 P.O.Box 428
Stoughton, WI 53589
Telephone: (608) 673-4200
Walker Manufacturing
3901 Willis Road
P.O. Box 157
Grass Lake, MI49240
Telephone: (517) 522-5500
Coolant Level Switches
Robertshaw Controls Company
P.O.Box400
Knoxville, TN 37901
Telephone: (216) 885-1773
Clutches
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Twin Disc International S.A.
Chaussee de Namur
Nivelles
Belguim
Telephone: 067-224941
Twin Disc Incorporated
1328 Racine Street
Racine, WI53403
Telephone: (414) 634-1981
Coolant Heaters
Fleetguard, Inc.
1200 Fleetguard Road
Cookeville, TN 38502
Telephone: (615) 526-9551
Drive Plates
ooirott Diesel Allison
Division of General Motors
Corporation
P.O.Box 894
Indianapolis, IN 46206-{)894
Telephone: (317) 242-5000
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Electric Starting Motors
Prestoli!e Electrics
Cleveland Aoad
Leyland
PR51XB
England
Telephone: 01772421663
Delco-Remy America
2401 Columbus Avenue
P.O. Box 2439
Anderson, IN 46018
Telephone: (317) 646-3528
Leece.Nevilie Corp.
400 Main Street
Arcade, NY 14009
Telephone: (716) 492-1700
Nippondenso Inc.
2477 Denso Drive
P.O. Box 5133
Southfield, MI 48086
Telephone: (313) 350-7500
Electronic Switches
Cutler-Hammer Products
Eaton Corporation
4201 N. 27th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53216
Telephone: (414) 449-6600
Engine Protection Controls
Flight Systems Headquarters
Hempt Road
P.O. Box 25
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
Telephone: (717) 697-0333
The Nason Company
2810 81ue Ridge Blvd.
West Union, SC 29696
Telephone: (803) 638-9521
Teddington Industrial
Equipment
Windmill Road
Sunbury on Thames
Middlesex
TW167HF
England
Telephone: (0)9327-85500
Fan Clutches
K~sqr Cooling Systems NA
6040 West 62nd Street
Indianapolis, IN 46278
Telephone: (311) 328- 3330
Hoiset Engineering Co. Ltd.
ST Andrews Road
Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
England HD1 6RA
Telephone: (0)148422244
Horton Industries. Inc,
P.O. Box 9455
Minneapolis, MN 55440
Telephone: (612) 378-6410
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Rockford Clutch Company
1200 Windsor Road
P.O. Box 2908
Rockford, IL 61132-2908
Telephone: (815) 633--7460
Fans
Truflo Ltd.
Westwood Road
Birmingham
B67J F
England
Telephone: (0)121-3283041
Hayes-Albion Corporation
J ackson Manufacturing Plant
1999 Wildwood Avenue
J ackson, MI 49202
Telephone: (517) 782-9421
Engineered Cooling Systems, Inc.
201 W. Carmel Drive
Carmel, IN 46032
Telephone: (317) 846-3438
Brookside Corporation
P.O. Box 30
McCordsville, IN 46055
Telephone: (317) 335-2014
TCF Aerovent Company
9100 Purdue Rd., Suite 101
Indianapolis, IN 46268-1190
Telephone: (317) 872-0030
Kysor-Cadi (lac
1100 Wright Street
Cadillac, MI 49601
Telephone: (616) 775-4681
Schwitzer
6040 West 62nd Street
P.O. Sox 80-B
Indianapolis, I N 46206
Telephone: (317) 328-3010
Fault Lamps
Outler-Hammer Products
Eaton Corporation
4201 N. 27th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53216
Telephone; (414) 449-6600
Filters
Fleetguard lnternational Corp.
Cavalry Hill Industrial Park
Weedon'
Northampton NN7 4TD
England
Telephone: 01327-341313
Fleetguard, Inc.
1200 Fleetguard Road
Cookeville, TN 38502
Telephone: 1-800-22-Filters
(1-800-223-4583)
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Flexplates
Corrugated Packing and
Sheet Metal
Hamsterley
Newcastle Upon Tyne
England
Telephone; (0)1207-560.505
Allison Transmission
DiVision of General Motors
Corporation
P.O. Box 894
Indianapolis, IN 46206-0894
Telephone: (317) 2425000
Midwest Mfg. Co,
29500 Southfield Road, Suite 122
Southfield, MI 4B076
Telephone: (313) 642-5355
Wahlert Corporation
708 East Grand River Avenue
P.O. Box 20217
Lansing, MI 48901
Telephone: (517) 485-3750
Fuel Coolers
Hayden, Inc.
1531 Pomona Road
P.O. Box 848
Corona, CA 91718-0848
Telephone: (909) 736-2665
Fuel Pumps
Robert Bosch Corp.
Automotive Group
2800 South 25th Ave.
Broadview, IL 60153
Fuel Warmers
Fleelguard, Inc.
1200 Fleetguard Road
Cookeville. TN 38502
Telephone: (615) 526-9551
Gauges
Grasslin U.K. Ltd.
Vale Rise
Tonbridge
Kent
TN91TB
England
Telephone: (0) 1732-359888
Oatcon Instruments
P,O. Box 128
East Petersburq, PA 17520
Telephone: (717) 569-5713
Rochester Gauges, Inc.
11616 Harry Hines Blvd.
P.O. Box 29242
Dallas, TX 75229
Telephone: (214) 241-2161
Governors
Woodward Governor Co.
P.O. Box 1519
Fort Collins, CO 80522
Telephone: (303) 482-5811
(800) 523-2831
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Barber Colman Co.
1354 Clifford Avenue
Loves Park, IL 61132
Telephone: (815)637-3000
United Technologies
Diesel Systems
1000J one Blvd.
Suite 111
Oak Brook, IL 69521
Telephone: (312)325-2020
Heat Sleeves
Bentley Harris Manufacturing Co.
100 Bentley Harris Way
Gordonville, TN 38563
Telephone: (313)3485779
Hydraulic and Power Steer-
ing Pumps
Honeywell Control Systems Ltd.
Honeywell House
Arlington Business Place
Bracknell
Berks RG12 1EB
Telephone: (0)1344-656000
Sperry Vickers
PO. Box 302
Troy, MI48084
Telephone: (313)280-3000
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P.O.Box 1340
Grafvonsoden Strasse
5-907070
Schwaebisch Gmuend
Germany
Telephone: 7070-7171-31510
In-Line Connectors
Pioneer-Standard Electronics, Inc.
5440 Neiman Parkway
Solon, OH 44139
Telephone: (216)349-1300
Deutsch
Industrial Products Division
37140 Industrial Avenue
Hemet, CA 92343
Telephone: (714)929-1200
Oil Heaters
Fleetguard, Inc.
1200 Fleetguard Road
Cookeville, TN 38502
Telephone: (615) 5269551
KimHotstart Co.
P.O.Box 11245
spokane, WA 99211-0245
Telephone: (509) 534-6171
Prelubrication Systems
RPM Industries, Inc.
Suite 109
55 Hickory Street
Washington, PA 15301
Telephone: (412)228-5130
Radiators
J B Radiator Specialties, Inc.
PO. Box292087
Sacramento, CA 95829-2087
Telephone: (916)381-4791
The G&O Manufacturing Company
100Gando Drive
Po. Box 1204
NewHaven, CT 06505-1204
Telephone: (203) 562-5121
Young Radiator Company
2825 Four Mile Road
Racine, WI53404
Telephone: (910)271-2397
Land M Radiator, Inc.
1414East 37th Street
Hibbing, MN 55746
Telephone: (218)263-8993
Throttle Assemblies
Williams Controls, Inc.
14100SW 72nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97224
Telephone: (503) 684-8600
Torque Converters
Twin Disc International S.A.
Chaussee de Namur
Nivelles
Belgium
Telephone: 067-224941
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Twin Disc Incorporated
1328 Racine Street
Racine, WI53403-1758
Telephone: (414)634-1981
Rockford Powertrain, Inc.
Off-Highway Systems
1200 Windsor Road
P.O.Box2908
Rockford, IL 61132-2908
Telephone: (815)633-7460
Modine Mfg. Co.
1500 DeKoven Avenue
Racine, WI53401
Telephone: (414)636-1640
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Di stri butors - Internati onal S-18
Locati ons..................................... S-1 8
Di stri butors and Branches...................................................................................................................... S-3
Australia S-12
Canada S-10
New Zealand S-14
Uni ted States........................................................................................................................ S-3
Di vi si on and Regi onal Offi ces........... S-2
Locati ons......................................................................................... S-2
Emergency and Techni cal Servi ce.................................................................................................................. S-1
General Informati on S-1
Problem Solvi ng S-1
General Informati on S-1
Regi onal Offi ces - Internati onal S-15
Locati ons........................................................................................ S-15
Routi ne Servi ce and Parts................................................................ S-1
General Informati on S-1
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Personnel atCummins Authorized Repair Locations can assist youwith the correct operation andservice ofyour engine. I
Cummins has a worldwide service network of more than 5,000 Distributors and Dealers who have been trained to
provide sound advice, expert service, and complete parts support. Check the telephone directory yellow pages or refer
to the directory in this section for the nearest Cummins Authorized Repair Location.
Emergency and Technical Service I
General Information
The Cummins Customer Assistance Center provides a24-
hour, toll free telephone number to aid in technical and
emergency service when a Cummins Authorized Repair
Location can not be reached or is unable to resolve an
issue with a Cummins product.
If additional assistance is required, call Toll-Free:
1-800-01ESELS
(1-800-343-7357)
Includes alt 50 states, Bermuda, Puerto Rico, Virgin
Islands, and the Bahamas.
Outside of North America contact your Regional
Office. Telephone numbers and addresses are listed
in the International Directory.
General Information
ProblemSolving
Normally, any problem that arises with the sale, service, or repair of your engine can be handled by a Cummins
Authorized Repair Location in your area. Refer to the telephone directory yellow pages for the one nearest you. If the
problem has not been handled satisfactorily, follow the steps outlined below:
1. If the disagreement is with a Dealer, talk to the Cummins Distributor with whom he has his service agreement.
2. If the disagreement is with a Distributor, call the nearest Cummins Division or Regional Office; however, most
problems are solved below the Division or Regional office level. Telephone numbers and addresses are listed in
this section. Before calling, write down the following information:
a. Engine model and serial number
b. Type and make of equipment
C. Total kilometers [miles) or hours of operation
d. Warranty start date
e. Nature of problem
f. Summary of the current problem arranged in the order of occurrence
g. Name and location of the Cummins Distributor or Dealer
3. If aproblemcan not be resolved satisfactorily through your Cummins Authorized Repair Location OrDivision Office,
write to:
Cummins Customer Assistance Center -41403, Cummins Inc., Box 3005, Columbus, IN 47202-3005
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NOTE: The following list contains offices in U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Puerto Rico.
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Southern Division Office
Cummins Engine Company, Inc.
425 Franklin Road S.W
Suite 500
Marietta, GA 30067
Telephone: (770) 423-1108
FAX: (770) 499-8240
Plains Regional Office
Cummins Engine Company, Inc.
1901 Central Drive
Suite 356
Bedford, TX 76021
Telephone: (817)267-3172
FAX: N/A
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Cummins Diesel of Canada, Ltd.
5575 North Service Road
Burlington, Ontario L726M1
Telephone: (905) 331-5944
FAX: (905) 331-0276
Western Canada Regional Office
Cummins Diesel of Canada, Ltd.
18452 -96th Avenue
Surrey, Be. V3T 4W2
Telephone: (604) 882-5727
FAX: (604) 862-9110
Eastern Canada Regional Office
Cummins Diesel of Canada Ltd.
7200 Trans Canada Hwy.
Pt. cuane, Quebec H9R lCO
Telephone: (514)695-2402
FAX: (514)695-8917
Central Canada Regional Office
Cummins Diesel of Canada Ltd.
4887 - 35th Street SE
Calgary, Alberta T2B 3C6
FAX: (403) 569-9974
Australia Regional Office
Cummins Engine Company Pty. Ltd.
2 Caribbean Drive
Scoresby, Victoria 3179
Australia
Telephone: (61-3)9765-3222
FAX: (61-3)9763-0079
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3088 N. Commerce Parkway
MPC #14, Building A
Miramar, FL 33025
Telephone: (305) 621-1300
NOTE: This office serves Puerto Rico
and South America excluding Brazil.
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Birmingham Distributor
Cummins Alabama, Inc.
2200 Pinson Highway
P.O. Box 1147
Birmingham, AL 35201
Telephone: (205) 841-0421
FAX; (205) 849-5926
Mobile Branch
Cummins Alabama, Inc.
1924 N. 6eltline Hwy.
Mobile, A L 36601-1598
Telephone: (334) 456-2236
FAX: (334) 452-6419
Mobile Onan/Marine Branch
Cummins Alabama, Inc.
3422 Georgia Pacific Avenue
Mobile, A L 36617
Telephone: (334) 452-6426
FAX: (334) 473-6657
Montgomery Branch
Cummins Alabama, Inc.
2325 West Fairview Avenue
Montgomery, Al 36108
Telephone: (205) 263-2594
FAX: (205) 263- 2594
Alaska
Anchorage -(Branch of Seattle)
Cummins Northwest, Inc.
2618 Commercial Drive
Anchorage, AK 99501-3095
Telephone: (907) 279-7594
FAX: (907) 276-6340
Arizona
Phoenix Distributor and Branch
Cummins Southwest, Inc.
2239 N. Black Canyon Hgwy
Phoenix, A Z. 85009
Telephone: (602) 252-8021
FAX: (602) 253-6725
Tucson Branch
Cummins Southwest, Inc.
1912 West Prince Road
Tucson, A Z 85705
Telephone: (520) 887-7440
FAX: (520) 887-4173
Arkansas
Little Rock -(Branch of Memphis)
Cummins Mid-South, Inc.
6600 Interstate 30
Little Rock, AR 72209
Telephone:
Sales: (501) 569-5600
Service: (501) 569-5656
Parts: (501) 569-5613
FAX: (501) 565-2199
Distributors and Branches
United States
California
San Leandro Distributor
Cummins West, Inc.
14nS Wicks Blvd.
San Leandro, CA 94577-6779
Telephone: (510) 351-6101
FAX: (510) 352-3925
Arcata Branch
Cummins West, Inc.
4801 West End Road
Arcata, CA 95521
Telephone: (707) 822-7392
FAX: ( 707) 822-7585
Bakersfield Branch
Cummins West, Inc.
4601 East Brundage Lane
Bakersfield, CA 93307
Telephone: (805) 325-9404
FAX: (805) 861-8719
Fresno Branch
Cummins West, Inc.
2740 Church Avenue
Fresno, CA 93706
Telephone: (209) 495-4745
FAX: (209) 486-7402
Redding Branch
Cummins West, Inc.
20247 Charlanne Drive
Redding, CA 96001
Telephone: (916) 222-4070
FAX: (916) 224-4075
Stockton Branch
Cummins West, Inc.
41 West Yokuts Avenue
Suite 131
Stockton,CA 95207
Telephone: (209) 473-0386
FAX: (209) 478-2454
West Sacramento Branch
Cummins West, Inc.
2661 Evergreen Avenue
Wast Sacramento, CA 95691
Telephone: (916) 371-0630
FAX: (916) 371-2849
Los Angeles Distributor
Cummins Cal Pacific Inc.
1939 Deere Avenue (Irvine)
Irvine, CA 92606
Telephone: (949) 253-6000
FAX: (949) 253--6080
Montebello Branch
Cummins Cal Pacific Inc.
1105 South Greenwood Avenue
Montebello, CA 90640
Telephone: (323) 728-8111
FAX: (323) 889-7422
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Cummins Cal Pacific Inc.
3061 S. Riverside Avenue
Bloomington, CA 92377
Telephone: (909) 877-0433
FAX: (909) 8n-3787
San Diego Branch
Cummins Cal Pacific Inc.
310 N. J ohnson Avenue
EI Cajon, CA 92020
Telephone: (619) 593-3093
FAX: (619) 593- 0600
Ventura Branch
Cummins Cal-Pacific Inc.
395B TransportSt.
Ventura, CA 93003
Telephone; (805) 644-7281
FAX: (805) 644-7284
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Cummins Rocky Mountain, Inc.
5100 East 58th Avenue
Commerce City, CO B0022
Telephone: (303) 287-0201
FAX: (303) 288-7080
Denver Onan/lndustrial Branch
Cummins Rocky Mountain, Inc.
5100 East 58th Ave.
Commerce City, CO 80022
Telephone: (303) 286-7697
FAX: (303) 287-4837
Durango Branch
Cummins Rocky Mountain, Inc.
13595 County Road 213
Durango, CO 81301
Telephone: (970) 259-7470
FAX: (970) 259-7482
Grand J unction Branch
Cummins Rocky Mountain, Inc.
2380 U.S. Highway 6 & 50
P.O. Box 339
Grand J unction, CO 81501
Telephone: (303) 242-5776
FAX: (303) 243-5495
Connecticut
Rocky Hill - (Branch of Bronx)
Cummins Metropower, Inc.
914 Cromwell Ave.
Rocky Hill. CT 06067
Telephone: (860) 529-7474
FAX: (860) 529-7524
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Tampa Distributor
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
Corporate Office
5421 N. 59th Street
Tampa, FL 33610
Telephone: (813) 621-7202
FAX: (813) 621-8250
Ft. Myers Branch
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
2671 Edison Avenue
Ft. Myers, FL 33902
Telephone: (941) 337-1211
FAX: (941) 3375374
J acksonville Branch
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
755 Pickettville Rd.
J acksonville, FL 32220
Telephone: (904) 378-1902
FAX: (904) 378-1904
Hialeah (Miami) Branch
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 N.W. 77th Avenue
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
FAX: (305) 5572992
Ocala Branch
Cummins Southeastern Power
321 Southwest 52nd Ave.
Ocala, FL 34474-1892
Telephone: (352) 861-1122
FAX: (352) 861-1130
Orlando Branch
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
4020 North
Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando, FL 32810
Telephone: (407) 2982080
FAX: (407) 2908727
TampaBranch
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
5912 E. Hillsborough Avenue
Tampa. Fl. 33610
Telephone: (813) 626-1101
FAX: (813) 628-4183
Georgia
Atlanta Distributor
Cummins South, Inc.
5125 Georgia Highway 85
College Park, GA 30349
Telephone: (404) 763-0151
FAX: (404) 766-2132
Albany Branch
Cummins South, Inc.
1915 W. Oakridge Drive
Albany, GA 31707-4938
Telephone: (912) 888- 6210
FAX: (912) 883- 1670
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Atlanta Branch
Cummins South, Inc.
100 University Avenue, S.w.
Atlanta, GA 30315-2202
Telephone; (404) 527-7800
FAX: (404) 527- 7832
Augusta Branch
Cummins South, Inc.
1255 New Savannah Road
Augusta, GA 309013891
Telephone: (706) 722-8825
FAX: (706) 722-7553
SavannahBranch
Cummins South, Inc.
8 Interchange Court
Savannah, GA 31401-1627
Telephone: (912) 2325565
FAX: (912) 232-5145
Hawaii
Kapolei Distributor
Cummins Hawaii Diesel Power, Inc.
91-230 Kalaeloa Blvd.
Kapolei, HI96707
Telephone: (808) 682-8110
FAX: (808) 682-8477
Idaho
Boise -(Branchof Salt Lake City)
Cummins Intermountain, Inc.
2851 Federal Way City
Boise, ID83705
Telephone: (208) 336-5000
FAX: (208) 3385436
Pocatello -(Branchof SaltLake City)
Cummins Intermountain, Inc.
14299 Highway 30 West
Pocatallo, ID83201
Telephone: (20B) 234-1661
FAX: (208) 234-1662
Illinois
Chicago Distributor
Cummins Northern Illinois, Inc.
7145 Santa Fe Drive
Hodgkins, IL 60525
Telephone: (708) 579-9222
FAX: (708) 3527547
Bloomington-Normal - (Branch of
Indianapolis)
Cummins Mid-States Power, Inc.
(at U.S. 51 Nand 155)
414 W. Northtown Road
Bloomington-Normal, IL 61761
Telephone: (309) 452-4454
FAX: (309)452-1642
Onan Branch
Cummins/Onan Northern Illinois
8745 W. 82nd Place
J ustin, IL 60458
Telephone: (708) 563-7070
FAX: (708) 563-7095
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Harrisburg (Branch of St. Louis)
Cummins Gateway, Inc.
Highway 45 North
Harrisburg, IL 62946
Telephone: (618) 273-4138
FAX: (618) 273-4531
Rock Island -(Branch of Omaha)
Cummins Great Plains Diesel, Inc.
7820 . 42nd Street West
Rock Island, IL 61204
Telephone: (309) 787-4300
FAX: (309) 787-4397
Onan Branch
Cummins Gateway, Inc.
#1 Extra Mile Drive
Collinsville, IL 62234
Telephone: (618) 345-0123
FAX: (314) 531-6604
Indiana
Indianapolis Distributor
Cummins Mid-States Power, Inc.
P.O. Box 42917
3762 West Morris Street
Indianapolis, IN 46242-0917
Telephone: (317) 243-7979
FAX: (317) 240-1925
Evansville -(Branch of louisville)
Cummins Cumberland. Inc.
7901 Highway 41 North
Evansville. IN 47711
Telephone: (812) 867-4400
FAX: (812) ~21-3282
Ft.Wayne Branch
Cummins MidStates Power, Inc.
3415 Coliseum Blvd. West
(AtJ et. '69 & 30133)
Ft. Wayne, IN 46808
Telephone: (219) 482-3691
FAX: (219) 484-8930
Gary - (Branch of Chicago)
Cummins Northern illinois, Inc.
1440 Texas Street
Gary, IN 46402
Telephone: (219) 8855591
FAX: (219) 883-4817
Indianapolis Branch
Cummins MidStates Power, Inc.
P.O.Box 42917
3621 West Morris Street
Indianapolis, IN 46242-0917
Telephone: (317) 244-7251
FAX: (317) 240- 1215
Onan Branch
Mid-States Power, Inc.
4301 W. Morris Street
P.O.Box 42917
Indianapolis, IN46240-0917
Telephone: (317) 240-1967
FAX: (317) 240-1975
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Iowa
Cedar Rapids ~(Branch of Omaha)
Cummins Great Plains Diesel, Inc.
625 -S3rd Avenue SW
Cedar Rapids, IA 52406
Telephone: (S19) 3667537 (24 hours)
FAX: (319) 366-7562
Des Moines (Branchof Omaha)
Cummms Great Plains Diesel, Inc.
1680 N.E. 51st Avenue
P.O.Box B
Des Moines, IA 50313
Telephone: (515) 2629591
Parts: (515) 2629744
FAX: (515)262-0626
Des Moines (Branchof Omaha)
Midwestern Power Products
Division of Cummins Great Plains Die-
sel, Inc.
5194 N.E. 17th Street
Des Moines, IA 50313
Telephone: (515) 264-1650
FAX: (515) 264-1651
Ka n s a s
Colby-(Branchof Kansas City, Mis-
souri)
Cummins Mid-America, LLC.
1880 South Range
Colby, KS 67701
Telephone: (785) 462-3945
FAX: (785) 462-3970
Garden City - (Branch of Kansas
City, Missouri)
Cummins Mid-America, Inc.
1285 Acraway
Garden City, KS 67846
Telephone: (316) 275-2277
FAX: (316) 275-2533
Wichita - (Branch of Kansas City,
Missouri)
Cummins Mid-America, Inc.
5101 North Broadway
Wichita, KS 67201
Telephone: (316) 838-0875
FAX: (316) 838-0704
Kentucky
Louisville Distributor
Cummins Cumberland, Inc.
(Corporate Office)
2301 Nelsonville Parkway
Louisville, KY 40223
Telephone: (502) 254-3363
FAX; (502) 254-9272
HazardBranch
Cummins Cumberland, Inc.
Highway 15 South
PO. Box 510
Hazard, KY 41701
Telephone: (606) 436-5718
FAX: (606) 436-5038
Louisville Branch
Cummins Cumberland, Inc.
9820 Bluegrass Parkway
Louisville, KY 40299
Telephone: (502) 491-4263
FAX: (502) 499- 0896
Louisiana
Morgan City -(Branchof Memphis)
Cummins Mid-South, Inc.
Hwy. 90 East
P.O.Box 1229
Amelia, L A 70340
Telephone: (504) 631-0576
FAX; (504) 631-0081
NewOrleans -(Branchof Memphis)
Cummins Mid-South, Inc.
110 E. Airline Highway
Kenner, LA 70062
Telephone: (504) 4683535
FAX: (504) 465--3408
Maine
Bangor (Branch of Boston)
Cummins Northeast, Inc.
221 Hammond Street
Bangor, ME 044Q1
Telephone: (207) 941-1061
FAX: (207) 945-3170
Scarborough -(Branch of Boston)
Cummins Northeast, Inc.
10 Gibson Road
Scarborough, ME 04074
Telephone: (207) 883-8155
FAX: (207) 883-5526
Maryland
Baltimore Distributor
Cummins Power Systems, Inc.
1907 Parkwood Drive
MD 21061
Telephone: (410) 590- 8700
FAX: (410) 590-8723
Massachusetts
Boston Distributor
Cummins Northeast, Inc.
100 Allied Drive
Dedham, MA 02026
Telephone: (781) 329-1750
FAX: (781) 329- 4428
Springfield Branch
Cummins Northeast, Inc.
177 Rocus Street
Springfield, MA 01104
Telephone: (413) 7372659
FAX: (413) 731-1082
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MexiCO
Tijuana -(Branchof Los Angeles)
Distribuidora Cummins De Baja
Blvd. 3ra. Oeste No. 17523
Frace. Industrial
Garita de Otay C.P.22400
Tijuana, Baja California
Mexico
Telephone: 011-52-66-238433
FAX: 011-52-66-238649
Michigan
Detroit (Novi) Distributor
Cummins Michigan, Inc.
41216 Vincenti Court
Novi, MI48375
Telephone: (248) 478-9700
FAX: (248) 478-1570
Blissfield, Michigan
Diesel Fuel Systems, Inc.
Subsidiary of Cummins Michigan Inc.
211 N. J ipson Street
Blissfield, MI49228
Telephone: (517) 486-4324
FAX: (517) 486-3614
Dearborn Branch
Cummins Michigan, Inc.
3760 Wyoming Avenue
Dearborn, MI48120
Telephone: (313) 843-6200
FAX: (313) 843-6U70
Grand Rapids Branch
Cummins Michigan, Inc.
3715 Clay Avenue, S.W.
Grand Rapids, MI49508
Telephone: (616) 538-2250
FAX: (616) 538-3830
Grand Rapids Branch
Standby Power, Inc.
7580 Expressway Drive S.W.
Grand Rapids, MI49548
Telephone: (616) 281-2211
FAX: (616) 281-3177
Iron Mountain (Branchof De Pere)
Cummins Great Lakes, Inc.
1901 Stevenson Avenue
Iron Mountain, MI49801
Telephone: (906) 774-2424
(800) 236-2424
FAX: (906) 774-1190
Novi Branch
Cummins Michigan, Inc.
25100 Novi Road
NOlli, MI48375
Telephone: (248) 380-4300
FAX: (248) 380-0910
Power Products (Branchof Detroit)
Cummins Michigan, Inc.
41326 Vincenti Ct.
Novi, MI48375
Telephone: (248) 426-9300
FAX: (248) 473-8560
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SaginawBranch
Cummins Michigan, Inc.
7'22N. Outer Drive
Saginaw, MI48605
Telephone: (517) 752-5200
FAX; (517) 752-4194
StandbyPower -(Branchof Detroit)
Cummins Michigan, Inc.
12130 Dixie
Redford, MI48239
Telephone: (313) 538-0200
FAX: (313) 538-3966
Minnesota
si, Paul Distributor
Cummins North Central, Inc.
3030 Centre Pointe Drive
Suite 500
Roseville, MN 55113
Telephone: (651) 636-1000
FAX: (651) 638-2442
Duluth Branch
Cummins Diesel Sales, Inc.
3115Truck Center Drive
Duluth, MN 55806--1786
Telephone: (218) 628-3641
FAX: (218) 628-0488
St. Paul Branch
Cummins North Central, Inc.
2690 Cleveland Ave. North
S1.Paul, MN 55113
Telephone: (651) 636-1000
FAX: (65'1)638-2497
Mississippi
J ackson -(Branch of Memphis)
Cummins Mid-South, Inc.
325 New Highway 49 South
J ackson, MS 39288-4224
Telephone:
Admin.: (601) 932-7016
Parts: (601) 9322720
Service: (601) 939-1800
FAX: (601) 932-7399
Missouri
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Cummins Mid-America, Inc.
8201 NE Parvin Road
Kansas City, MO 64161
Telephone: (816) 414-8200
FAX: (816) 414-8299
J oplin Branch
Cummins Mid-America, Inc.
3507 East 20th Street
J oplin, MO 64801
Telephone; (417) 623-1661
FAX: (417) 623-1817
Springfield Branch
Cummins MidAmerica, Inc.
3637 East Kearney
Springfield, MO 65803
Telephone: (417) 8620777
FAX: (417) 862-4429
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Cummins Gateway, Inc.
7210 Hall Street
SI. Louis, MO 63147
Telephone: (314) 3895400
FAX: (314) 389-9671
Columbia Branch
Cummins Gateway, Inc.
5221 Highway 763 North
Columbia, MO 65202
Telephone: (314) 449-3711
FA X : (314) 449-3712
Sikeston Branch
Cummins Gateway, Inc.
101 Keystone Drive
Sikeston, MO 63801
Telephone: (314) 472-0303
FAX: (314) 472-0306
Industrial Power Branch
Cummins Gateway, Inc.
3256 E. Outer Road
Scott City, MO 63788
Telephone: (573) 335-9399
FAX: (573) 335-7062
Montana
Billings -(Branch of Denver)
Cummins Rocky Mountain, Inc.
5151 Midland Road
Billings, MT 59101
Telephone: (406) 245-4194
FAX: (406) 245-7923
Great Falls 4 (Branch of Denver)
Cummins Rocky Mountain, Inc.
415 Vaughn Road
Great Falls, MT 59404
Telephone: (406) 4528561
FAX: (406) 452-9911
Missoula -(Branch of Seattle)
Cummins Northwest, Inc.
4950 North Reserve Street
Missoula, MT 59802-1498
Telephone: (406) 728-1300
FAX: (406) 728-8523
Nebraska
Omaha Distributor and Branch
Cummins Great Plains Diesel, Inc.
55'15 Center Street
P.O.Box 6068
Omaha, NE 68106
Telephone: (402) 5517678 (24 Hours)
FAX: (402) 551-1952
Kearney Branch
Cummins Great Plains Diesel, Inc.
S15 Central Avenue
Kearney, NE 68847
Telephone: (308) 234-1994
FAX: (308) 234-5776
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Nevada
Elko ~(Branchof Salt Lake City)
Cummins Intermountain, Inc.
5370 i;ast Idaho Street
Elko, NV 89801
Telephone: (n5) 738-6405
FAX: (TI S) 738- 1719
Las Vegas (Branch of Salt Lake
City)
Cummins Intermountain, Inc.
2750 Losee Road
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
Telephone; (702) 3992339
FAX; (702) 399-7457
Sparks -(Branchof Salt Lake City)
Cummins Intermountain, Inc.
150 Glendale Avenue
Sparks, NV 89431
Telephone: (775) 331-4983
FAX: (775) 331-7429
New J ersey
Newark-(Branchof Bronx)
Cummins Metropower, Inc.
41-85 Doremus Ave.
Newark, NJ 07105
Telephone: (973) 491-0100
FAX: (973) 578-8873
NewMexico
Albuquerque -(Branchof Phoenix)
Cummins Southwest, Inc.
1921 Broadway N.E.
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Telephone: (505) 2472441
FAX: (505) B42~0436
Farmington. (Branch of Phoenix)
Cummins Southwest, Inc.
110'1North TroyKing Road
Farmington, NM 87401
Telephone: (505) 327-7331
FAX: (505) 326-2948
New York
Bronx Distributor
Cummins Metropower, Inc.
890 Zerega Avenue
Bronx, NY 10473
Telephone: (718) 892-2400
FAX: (718) 892-0055
Albany -(Branch of Boston)
Cummins Northeast, Inc.
101 Railroad Avenue
Albany, NY 12205
Telephone: (518) 459-1710
FAX: (518) 459-7815
Buffalo -(Branchof Boston)
Cummins Northeast, Inc.
480 Lawrence Bell Dr.
Williamsville, NY 1422'1-7090
Telephone: (716) 631-3211
FAX: (716) 626-0799
C8.3 Industrial
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Syracuse (Branch of Boston)
Cummins Northeast, Inc.
29 Eastern Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13211
Telephone: (315) 437-2751
FAX: (315) 4378141
North Carolina
Charlotte Distributor
Cummins Atlantic, Inc.
11101Nations Ford Road (28273)
P.O. Box 240729
Charlotte, NC 28224-0729
Telephone: (704) 588-1240
FAX; (704) 587-4870
Charlotte Branch
Cummins Atlantic, Inc.
3700 North Interstate 85
Charlotte, NC 28206
Telephone: (704) 596-7690
FAX; (704) 596-3038
Greensboro Branch
Cummins Atlantic, Inc.
513 Preddy Boulevard (27406)
P.O. Box 22066
Greensboro, NC 27420-2066
Telephone: (336) 275-4531
FAX: (336) 275-8304
Wilson Branch
Cummins Atlantic, Inc.
1514 Cargill Avenue (27893)
P.O. Box 1177
Wilson, NC 278941117
Telephone: (252) 237-9111
FAX: (252) 237-9132
North Dakota
Fargo -(Branch of St. Paul)
Cummins North Central. Inc.
3801 -34th Ave. SW
Fargo, ND 58104
Telephone: (701) 282-2466
FAX: (701) 277-5399
Grand Forks -(Branch of St. Paul)
Cummins North Central, Inc.
4728 Gateway Drive
Grand Forks. ND 58201
Telephone: (701) 7758197
FAX: (701) 775-4833
Minot -(Branch of St. Paul)
Cummins North Central, Inc.
1501 - 20th Avenue, S.E.
Minot, ND 58702
Telephone: (701) 852-3585
FAX: (701) 852-3588
Ohio
Columbus Distributor and Branch
Cummins Interstate Power, Inc.
4000 Lyman Drive
Hilliard (Columbus), OH 43026
Telephone: (614) 771-1000
FAX: (614) 771-0769
Columbus Distributor
Cummins Interstate Power, Inc.
2297 Southwest 8ldv., Suite K
Grove City, OH 43123
Telephone: (614) 771-1000
FAX: (614) 527-2576
Cincinnati Branch
Cummins Interstate Power, Inc.
10470 Evendale Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45241
Telephone: (513) 563-6670
FAX; (513) 563-0594
Cleveland Branch
Cummins Interstate Power, Inc.
7585 Northfield Road
Cleveland, OH 44146
Telephone: (440) 4396800
FAX: (440) 439-7390
Strasburg Branch
Cummins Interstate Power, Inc.
777 South Wooster Avenue
Strasburg, OH 44680
Telephone: (216) 8785511
FAX: (216) 878-7666
Toledo Branch
Cummins Interstate Power, Inc.
801 Illinois Avenue
Maumee
(Toledo), OH 43537
Telephone: (419) 893-8711
FAX: (419) 893-5362
Youngstown Branch
Cummins Interstate Power, Inc.
7145 Masury Road
Hubbard
(Youngstown). OH 44425
Telephone: (216) 534-1935
FAX: (216) 534-5606
Oklahoma
Oklahoma City -(Branch of Arling-
ton)
Cummins Southern Plains, Inc.
5800 West Reno
Oklahoma City, OK 73127
Telephone: (405) 946-4481 (24 hours)
FAX: (405) 946-3336
Tulsa"(Branch of Arlington)
Cummins Southern Plains. Inc.
16525 East Skelly Dnve
Tulsa, OK 74116
Telephone: (918) 234-3240
FAX: (918) 234-2342
Oregon
Bend -(Branch of Seattle)
Cummins Northwest, Inc.
3500 N. Highway 97 (97701-5729)
P.O.Box 309
Bend, OR 977090309
Telephone: (541) 389-1900
FAX: (541) 389-1909
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Coburg/Eugene -(Branchof Seattle)
Cummins Northwest. Inc.
91201 Industrial Parkway
Coburg, OR 97401
(Mailing Address)
PO. Box 10877
Eugene, OR 97440-2887
Telephone: (541) S870000
FAX: (541) 687-1977
Medford -(Branch of Seattle)
Cummins NorthWest, Inc.
4045 Crater Lake Highway
Medford. OR 97504-9796
Telephone: (541) n9-01S1
FAX: (541) 772-2395
Pendleton -(Branch of Seattle)
Cummins Northwest, Inc.
223 S.W 23rd Street
Pendleton, OR 97801-1810
Telephone: (541) 276-2561
FAX: (541) 276-2564
Portland -(Branch of Seattle)
Cummins Northwest, Inc.
4711 N. Basin Avenue
P.O. Box 2710 (97208-2710)
Portland, OR 97217-3557
Telephone: (503) 289-0900
FAX: (503) 286-5938
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia Distributor
Cummins Power Systems. Inc.
2727 Ford Road
Bristol, PA 19007
Telephone: (215) 785-6005 and
(609) 563-0005
FAX: (215) 78504085
Bristol Branch
Cummins Power Systems. Inc.
2727 Ford Road
Bristol, PA 19007
Telephone: (215) 785-6005 and
(609) 563-0005
FAX: (215) 785-4728
Pittsburgh Branch
Cummins Power Systems, Inc.
3 Alpha Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15238-2901
Telephone: (412) 82()"'B300
FAX: (412) 820-8308
Harrisburg Branch
Cummins Power Systems, Inc.
4499 Lewis Road
Harrisburg, PA 17111-2541
Telephone: (717) 564-1344
FAX: (717) 558-8217
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Puerto R ico
Puerto Nuevo -(Branchof Tampa)
Cummins Diesel Power, Inc.
#31 Calle "C'
EIMatadero
Puerto Nuevo, Puerto Rico 00920
Telephone: (787) 793-0300
FAX: (787) 793-1072
South Carolina
Charleston -(Branch of Charlotte)
Cummins Atlantic, Inc.
3028 West Montague Avenue
Charleston, SC 29418-5593
Telephone: (843) 554-5112
FAX: (843) 745-0745
Charleston -(Branch of Charlotte)
Cummins Atlantic Inc.
231 Farmington Road
Charleston, SC 29483
Telephone: (843) 851-9819
FAX: (843) 875-4338
Columbia -(Branch of Charlotte)
Cummins Atlantic, Inc.
1233 Bluff Road (29201)
P.O. Box 13543
Columbia, SC 29201-3543
Telephone: (803) 799-2410
FAX: (603) 779-3427
South Dakota
Sioux Falls (Branch of Omaha)
Cummins Great Plains Diesel, Inc.
701 East 54th Street North
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Telephone: (605) 336-1715
FAX: (605) 336-1748
Tennessee
Memphis Distributor &Distribution
Center
Cummins Mid-South, Inc.
666 Riverside Drive
Memphis, TN 38703
Telephone: (901) 577-0666
FA X : (901) 522-8758
Chattanooga -(Branch of Atlanta)
Cummins South, Inc.
1509 East 26th Street
Chattanooga, TN 37407-1095
Telephone: (615) 629-1447
FAX: (615) 629-1494
Knoxville ~(Branch of Louisville)
Cummins Cumberland, Inc.
1211 Ault Road
Knoxville, TN 37914
Telephone: (423) 523-0446
FAX: (423) 523-0343
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Cummins Mid-South, Inc.
1764 E. Brooks Road
Memphis, TN 38116
Telephone:
SaleslAdmin.: (901) 345-7424
Parts: (901) 345-1784
Service: (901) 345-6185
FAX: (901) 346~4735
Nashville -(Branch of Louisville)
Cummins Cumberland, Inc.
706 Spence Lane
Nashville, TN 37217
Telephone: (615) 36&-4341
FAX: (615) 366-5693
Texas
Arlington Distributor
Cummins Southern Plains, Inc.
600 N Watson Road
Arlington, TX 76004-3027
Telephone: (617) 640-6801
FAX: (817) 640-6852
Amarillo Branch
Cummins Southern Plains, Inc.
5224 Interstate 40 -
Expressway East
P.O.Box 31570
Amarillo, TX 79120-1570
Telephone: (806) 373-3793 (24 hours)
FAX: (806) 372-8547
Dallas Branch
Cummins Southern Plains, Inc.
3707 Irving Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75247
Telephone: (214) 631-6400 (24 hours)
FAX: (214) 631-2322
EIPaso -(Branch of Phoenix)
Cummins Southwest, Inc.
14333 Gateway West
EIPaso, TX 79927
Telephone: (915) 852-4200
FAX: (915) 852-3295
Fort WorthBranch
Cummins Southern Plains, Inc.
3250 North Freeway
Fort Worth, TX 76111
Telephone: (817) 624-2107 (24 hours)
FAX: (817) 624-3296
Houston Branch
Cummins Southern Plains, Inc.
4750 Homestead Road
PO.Box 1367
Houston, TX 77251-1367
Telephone: (713) 675-7421 (24 hours)
FAX: (713) 675-1515
Mesquite Branch
Cummins Southern Plains, Inc.
2615 Big Town Blvd.
Mesquite, TX 75150
Telephone: (214) 3215555 (24 hours)
FAX: (214) 328-2732
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Odessa Branch
Cummins Southern Plains, Inc.
1210 South Grandview
P.O.Box 633
Odessa, TX 79760-0633
Telephone: (915) 332-9121 (24 hours)
FAX: (915) 333-4655
San Antonio Branch
Cummins Southern Plains, Inc.
6226 Pan Am Expressway North
PO. Box 18385
San Antonio, TX 7821B-0385
Telephone: (512) 655-5420 (24 hours)
FAX: (512) 655-3865
Houston Onan Branch
Southern Plains Power
A Division of Cummins Southern Plains
1155 West Loop North
Houston, TX 77055
Telephone: (713) 956-0020
FAX: (713) 956-0266
Utah
Salt Lake City Distributor
Cummins Intermountain, Inc.
1030 South 300 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Telephone: (801) 355-6500
FAX: (601) 524-1351
Vernal Branch
Cummins Intermountain, Inc.
1435 East 335 South
Vernal, UT 84078
Telephone: (435) 789-5732
FAX: (435) 7892853
Virginia
Cloverdale ~(Branch of Charlotte)
Cummins Atlantic, Inc.
263 Simmons Drive
Cloverdale, VA 24077
Telephone: (540) 966-3169
FAX: (540) 966-3749
Richmond ~(Branch of Charlotte)
Cummins Atlantic, Inc.
3900 Deepwater Terminal Road
Richmond, VA 23234
Telephone: (B04) 232-7891
FAX: (804) 2327428
Tidewater -(Branch of Charlotte)
Cummins Atlantic, Inc.
Atlantic Power Generation
3729 Holland 8lvd.
Chesapeake, VA 23323
Telephone: (757) 485-4848
FAX: (757) 485-5085
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Seattle Distributor
Cummins Northwest, Inc.
811 ev Grady Way(98055-2944)
P.O. Box 9811
Renton, WA 98057-9811
Telephone: (425) 235- 3400
FAX: (425) 235-8202
Chehalis Branch
Cummins Northwest, Inc.
926 NW. Maryland
Chehalis, WA 98532-0339
Telephone: (360) 748-8841
FAX; (360) 748- 6843
Spokane Branch
Cummins Northwest. Inc.
11134W. Westbow Blvd.
Spokane, WA 99204
Telephone: (509) 455-4411
FAX: (509) 624-4681
TacomaBranch
Cummins Northwest, Inc.
3701 Pacific Highway East
Tacoma, WA 98424-1135
Telephone: (253) 922-2191
FAX: (253) 922-2379
YakimaBmnch
Cummins Northwest, Inc.
1905 East Central Avenue (98901-3609)
P.O.Box 9129
Yakima. WA 98909-0129
Telephone: (509) 248-9033
FAX: (509) 248-9035
West Virginia
Charleston -(Branch of Louisville)
Cummins Cumberland. Inc.
3100 MacCorkle Ave.SW
P.O.Box 8456
South Charleston, WV 25303
Telephone: (304) 744-6373
FAX: (304) 744-8605
Fairmont -(Branch of Louisville)
Cummins Cumberland, Inc.
South Fairmount Exit, 1-79
145 Middletown Road
Fairmont, WV 26554
Telephone: (304) 367-0196
FAX: (304) 367-1r177
Wisconsin
DePere Distributor
Cummins Great Lakes, Inc.
Corporate Office
875 Lawrence Drive
P.O. Box 5070
DePere, WI54115-5070
Telephone: (920) 337-1991
FAX: (920) 3379746
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Chippewa Falls Branch
Cummins Great Lakes, Inc.
2030 St. Highway 53
Chippewa Falls, WI54729
Telephone: (715) 720-0660
FAX: (715) 720-0685
DePere Branch
Cummins Great Lakes, Inc.
939 Lawrence Drive
P. O. Box 5r:J 70
DePere, WI 54115-5070
Telephone: (920) 336-9631
(800) 236-1191
FAX: (920) 336-8984
Milwaukee Branch
Cummins Great Lakes, Inc.
9401 South 13th Street
P.O.Box 0
Oak Creek, WI53154
Telephone: (414) 768-7400
(800) 472-8283
FAX: (414) 768-9441
WausauBranch
Cummins Great Lakes, Inc.
4703 Rib Mountain Drive
Wausau, WI54401
Telephone: (715) 359-6888
(800) 236-3744
FAX: (715) 359-3744
Wyoming
Gillette -(Branch of Denver)
Cummins Rocky Mountain, Inc.
2700 Hwy. 14 & 16 North
P.O.Box 1207 (82717)
Gillette, WY 62716
Telephone: (307) 682-9611
FAX: (307) 682-8242
RockSprings -(Branchof SaltLake
City)
Cummins Intermountain, Inc.
2000 Foothill Blvd.
P.O.Box 1634
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Telephone: (307) 362-5168
FAX: (307) 362-5171
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Edmonton Distributor andBranch
Cummins Alberta
11751 -'81 Street
Edmonton, AS T5S2K5
Telephone: (7BO)455-2151
FAX: (780) 454-9512
CalgaryBranch
Cummins Alberta
4887 -35th Street S.E.
Calgary, Alberta T28 3H6, Canada
Telephone: (403) 569-1122
FAX: (403) 569-0027
Grande Prairie
Cummins Alberta -Grande Praire
RR2, Site 9, Box 22
Sexsmith, AB CN TOH 3CO
Telephone: (780) 568-3359
FAX: (780) 568-2263
Hinton Branch
Cummins Alberta
135 Veats Avenue
Hinton, Alberta T7V 1S8, Canada
Telephone: (780) 865-5111
FAX: (780) 865-5714
Lethbridge Branch
Cummins Alberta
240 -24th Street North
Lethbridge, Alberta T1H 3T8, Canada
Telephone: (403) 329-6144
FAX: (403) 320-5383
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Cummins British Columbia
18452 -96th Avenue
Surrey, B.C., Canada
V4N 3P8
Telephone: (604) 882-5000
FAX: (604) 882-5080
Kamloops Branch
Cummins British Columbia
976 Laval Crescent
Kamloops, B.C. Canada V2C 5P5
Telephone: (250) 828-2388
FAX: (250) 828-6713
Prince George Branch
Cummins British Columbia
102-3851- 18th Avenue
Prince George, B.C. V2N 1B1
Telephone: (250) 564-9111
FAX: (250) 564-5853
Sparwood Branch
Cummins British Columbia
731 Douglas Fir Road
Sparwood. B.C. VOB 2GO, Canada
Telephone: (250) 425-0522
FAX: (250) 425-0323
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Tumbler Ridge Branch
Cummins British Columbia
Industrial Site, Sox 226
Tumbler Ridge, B.C.
Canada VOC 2WO
Telephone: (250) 242-4217
FAX; (250) 242-4906
Manitoba
Winnipeg Distributor
Cummins Mid-Canada Ltd.
489 Oak Point Road
P.o. Box 1860
Wrnnipeg, MB R3C 3Rl, Canada
Telephone: (204) 632-5470
FAX: (204) 697-0267
New Brunswick
Fredericton -(Branch of Montreal)
Cummins Eastern Canada, Inc.
R R #l Doak Road
P.O.Box 1178, Station' A'
Fredericton,
New Brunswick E3B 4X2, Canada
Telephone: (506) 451-1929
FAX: (506) 451-1921
Newfoundland
St. J ohn's -(Branch of Montreal)
Cummins Eastern Canada, Inc.
'22Clyde Avenue
Donovans Industrial Park
Mount Pearl, Newfoundl and A1N 2C2
Caneda
Telephone: (709) 747-0176
FAX: (709) 747-2283
Wabush -(Branch of Montreal)
Cummins Eastern Canada, Inc.
Wabush Industrial Park
Wabush, Newfoundland AOR 1BO
Telephone: (709) 282-3626
FAX: (709) 282-3108
Nova Scotia
Halifax (Branch of Montreal)
Cummins Eastern Canada, Inc.
50 Simmonds Drive
-Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B3B 1R3
Telephone: (902) 468-7938
FAX: (902) 468-5177
Parts: (902) 468-6560
Ontario
Toronto Distributor
Cummins Ontario, Inc.
7175 Pacific Circle
Mississauga, ON L5T 2A5
Telephone: (905) 795---0050
FAX: (905) 795-0021
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Kenora (Branch of Winnipeg)
Cummins MidCanada Ltd.
Highway 17 East
p.o. Box 8
Kenora, Ontario P9N 3Xl
Telephone: (807) 548-1941
FAX: (807) 548-8302
Ottawa Branch
Cummins Ontario Inc.
3189 Swansea Crescent
Ottawa, Ontario K1G 3W5,
Telephone: (613) 736-1146
FAX: (613) 736-1202
Thunder BayBranch
Cummins Ontario Inc.
1400 W. Walsh Street
Thunder Bay
Ontario P7E 4X4
Telephone: (807) 577-7561
FAX: (807) 577-1727
Whitby Branch
Cummins Ontario Inc.
1311 Hopkins Street
Whitby, Ontario L1N 2C2, Canada
Telephone: (905) 668-6886
FAX: (905) 668-1375
Quebec
Montreal Distributor
Cummins Eastern Canada, Inc.
7200 Trans Canada Highway
Pointe Claire, Quebec H9R 1C2,
Telephone: (514) 695-8410
FAX: (514)695-8917
Montreal Branch
Cummins Eastern Canada, Inc.
7200 Trans Canada Highway
Pointe Claire, Quebec H9R 1C2,
Canada
Telephone: (514) 695-8410
Sales: (514) 695-4555
Parts: (514) 694-5880
FAX: (514) 695-8917
Dorval Onan Branch
Cummins, Eastern Canada, Inc.
580 Lepine
Dorval, Quebec H9H 1G2
Telephone: (514) 631-5000
FAX: (514) 631-0104
QuebecCity Branch
Cummins Diesel
Branch of Cummins Americas, Inc.
2575 Datton Street
ste. Fey, Quebec 01 P 3S7
Telephone: (418) 653-6411
FAX: (418) 653-5844
Val D'Or Branch
Cummins, Eastern Canada, Inc.
1025 Rue Del
Val D'Or, Quebec 59P 4P6
Telephone: (819) 825-0993
FAX: (819) 825-8488
Saskatchewan
Lloydmi nster - (Branch of Wi nni peg)
Cummins Mid-Canada Ltd.
400552nd
Lloydminster, SK S9V OY9
Telephone: (305) 825-2062
FAX: (305) 825-6702
Regi na - (Branch of Wi nni peg)
Cummins Mid-Canada Ltd.
110 Kress Street
P.O. Box 98
Regina, SK S4P 2Z5
Telephone: (306) 721-9710
FAX: (306) 721-2962
Saskatoon - (Branch of Wi nni peg)
Cummins Mid-Canada, Ltd.
3001 Faithful Avenue
P.O. Box 7679
Saskatoon, SK S7K 4R4, Canada
Telephone: (306) 933-4022
FAX: (306) 242-1722
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Gepps Cross
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 108
Blair Athol, 5084
South Australia, Australia
Location:
45-49 Cavan Road
Gepps Cross, 5094
Telephone: (61-8) 8262-5211
Dosra
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 124
Darra, 4076
Queensland, Australia
Location:
33 Kimberley Street
Darra, 4076, Australia
Telephone: (61-7) 3375-3277
Bunbury
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 1751
Bunbury, WA 6230
Australia
Location:
11 Dryanda Court
Picton, WA 6230
Telephone: (61-8) 9725-6777
FAX: (61-8) 9725-6444
Cairns
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 7189
Cairns Mail Centre, 4870
Queensland, Australia
location:
Liberty Street
Cairns, 4870
Telephone: (617) 935-2999
Campbelltield
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
Private Bag 9
Campbeillield, 3061
Victoria, Australia
Location:
1786-1800 Hume Highway
Campbellfield, 3061
Telephone: (613) 9357-9200
Dandenong
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
Lot 7 Greens Road
Dandenong, 3175
Victoria, Australia
Telephone: (613) 9706-8088
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Darwin
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 37587
Winnellie, 0821
Northern Territory, Australia
Location:
Lot 1758 Graffin Crescent
Winnellie, 0821
Telephone: (61-8) 8947-0766
Devonport
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 72E
Tasmania, Australia
Location:
2 Matthews Way
Devonport, 7310
Telephone: (61-3) 6424-8800
Emerald
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 668
Emerald, 4720
Queensland, Australia
Location:
Capricorn Highway
Emerald, 4720
Telephone: (61-7) 4982-4022
Grafton
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
PO. Box 18
South Gratton, 2461
New South Wales, Australia
Location:
18-20 lnduna Street
South Grafton, 2461
Telephone: (61-2) 6642-3655
Hexham
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
21 Galleghan Street
Hexham
New South Wales, Australia
Telephone: (61-2) 4964-8466
FAX: (61-2) 4964-8616
Kalgoorlie
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P,O. Box 706
Kalgoorlie, 6430
Western Australia, Australia
Location:
16 Atbara Street
Kalgoorlie, 6430
Telephone: (61-8) 9021-2588
Karratha
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 377
Karratha, WA 6714
Australia
Location:
1490 Lambert Road
Karratha, WA 6714
Australia
Telephone: (61-8) 9144-4646
FAX: (618) 9143-1507
Laverton
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
Locked Bag 1
Lave rton, Victoria 3028
Australia
Location:
195 Boundary Road
Laverton North, Victoria 3028
Australia
Telephone: (61-3) 9360-0800
FAX: (61-3) 9360-0438
Leeton
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 775
Leeton, NSW 2705
Australia
Location:
29 Brady Way
Leeton, NSW 2705
Australia
Telephone: (61-2) 6953-3077
FAX: (61-2) 6953-3109
Mackay
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 842
Mackay, 4740
Queensland, Australia
Location:
4 Presto Avenue
Mackay, 4746
Telephone: (61-7) 4955-1222
Mount Gambier
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P,O. Box 2219
Mount Gambier, 5290
South Australia, Australia
Location:
2 Avey Road
Mount Gambier, 5290
Telephone: (6187) 25-6422
Penrith
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. B ox 132
Cambridge Park, 2747
New South Wales, Australia
location:
7 Andrews Road
Penrith, 2750
Telephone: (61-2) 4729-1313
Oueanbeyan
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. B ox 527
Queanbeyan,2620
New South Wales, Australia
location:
15-27 Bayldon Road
Queanbeyan, 2620
Telephone: (61-2) 6297-3433
FAX: (61-2) 6297-6709
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Regency Park
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O.Box 2147
Regency Park, SA 5942
Australia
Location:
11Manton Street
Hindmarsh, SA 5942
Australia
Telephone: (61-B)B346-3B32
FAX: (61-8) 8340-2045
Swan Hill
Cummins Engine Company, Pty.Ltd.
PO. Box 1264
Swan Hill, 3585
Victoria, Australia
Location:
5 McAllister Road
Swan Hill, 3585
Telephone: (61-3) 5032-1511
Tamworth
Cummins Engine Company, Pty.Ltd.
P.O.Box 677
Tamworth,2320
NewSouth Wales, Australia
Location:
Lot 65 Gunnedah Road
Tamworth,2340
Telephone: (612) 6765-5455
Townsville
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
Po. Box 7339
Garbutt Business Centre, QLD4B14
Australia
Location:
704-710 Ingham Road
Townsville, OLD 4B14
Telephone: (61-7)4774-7733
FAX: (61-7) 4774-7640
Welshpool
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P. O. Box 52
Welshpool, 6986
Western Australia, Australia
Location:
50 Kewdale Road
Welshpool, 6106
Telephone: (61-B)9458-5911
Wetherill Park
Cummins Engine Company, Pty.Ltd.
Private Bag 150
Wetherill Park, NSW 2164
Australia
Location:
492-494 Victoria Street
Wetherill Park, NSW 2164
Australia
Telephone: (61-2)9616-5300
FAX: (61-2) 9616-5399
Wodonga
Cummins Engine Company, Pty.Ltd.
PO. Box 174
Wodonga, 3690
Victoria, Australia
Location:
9-11 McKoy Street
Wodonga, 3690
Telephone: (61-2)6024-3655
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New Zealand
Auckland
Cummins Engine Company. Pty. Ltd.
Private Bag 92804
Penrose, Auckland, New Zealand
Location:
440 Church Street
Penrose
Telephone: (64-9) 579-0085
- Branches:
Auckland
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
Private Bag 92804
Penrose, Auckland, New Zealand
Location:
440 Church Street
Penrose
Telephone: (64-9) 579-0085
Chri stchurch
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 16-149
Hornby, Christchurch, New Zealand
Location:
35 Parkhouse Road
Sockburn, Christchurch
Telephone: (64-3) 348-8170
Dunedi n
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 2333
South Dunedin, New Zealand
Location:
8Devon Street
Dunedin
Telephone: (643) 477-8818
Palmerston North
Cummins Engine Company, Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 9024
Palmerston North, New Zealand
Location:
852-860 Tremaine Avenue
Telephone: (64-6) 356-2209
Rotorua
Cummins Engine Company, Ply. Ltd.
P.O. Box 934
Rotorua, New Zealand
Location:
328 Te Ngae Road
Rotorua
Telephone: (647) 345-6699
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Covered:
GrossMGerauRegional Office -Germany
Cummins Diesel Deutschland GmbH
Odenwaldstr 23
D-4521 Gross-Gerau
Germany
Telephone: (49-6152) 174-0
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Cummins Diesel NV.
Blarenberglaan 4
Industriepark Noord 2
2800 Mechelen
Brussels
Telephone: (32- 15) B9000
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Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Slovakia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Albania
Bulgaria
Latvia
Germany
Luxembourg
Slovenia
Macedonia
Poland
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Israel
Romania
Lithuania
Estonia
Croatia
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Cummins Brasil S.A.
Rua J ati, 266
07180-900 Guarulhos
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Mailing Address:
P.O.Box 13
07180-900 Guarulhos
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Telephone: (55-11) 945-9811
Country
Covered: Brazil
Hong Kong Regional Office -Hong Kong
Cummins Engine H.K. Ltd.
Unison Industrial Centre
15th Floor, Units C & 0
27-31 Au Pul Wan Street
P O.Box 840 Shatin
Fo Tan, Shatin, NT
Hong Kong
Telephone: (B52) 2606-5678
Fax: (852) 2691-1641, 2687-3552
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Cummins Corporation
China World Tower, Suite 917
China World Trade Center
No.1 J ian Guo Men Wai
Beijing 100004
People's Republic of China
Telephone: (86-1) 6505-1658
Fax: (88-10) 6505-4211
Countries
Covered: China
Mongolia
Bogota Regional Office -Columbia
Cummins Engine Co. de Colombia S.A .
Carrera 11A No. 90-15 Of. 601/602
Bogota, DE, Colombia
Telephone: (57-1) 610-4849
Mailing Address:
Apartado Aereo 90988
Bogota D.E., Colombia
Countries
Covered:
Pune Kirloskar Regional Office -India
Kirloskar Cummins Limited
Kothrud
Pune -411029, India
Telephone: (91-212) 33-0240, 33-5435, 33-1105
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India
Nepal
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Paraguay
Peru
Uruguay
Milan Regional Office -Italy
Cummins Diesel lIalia S.PA
Piazza Locatelli 8
Zona Industriale
20098 San Giuliano Milanese
Milan, Italy
Telephone: ( + 39-02) 98-83-111
Country
Covered: Italy
North Asia Regional Office -J apan
Cummins Diesel Sales Corporation
1-12-10 Shintomi
onuo-xu. Tokyo 104
J apan
Telephone: (81-3) 3555-3131/213/4/5
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Colombia
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Mexico
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Tajikistan
Georgia
Kyrgyzstan
Kazakhstar
Bangladesh
Brunei
SurmaiMynamar
Cambodia
Indonesia
Laos
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Cummins Corporation - Taiwan
12thFloor, No. 149
Min-Sheng E. Road
Section 2
Taipei, Taiwan
R.O.C.104
Telephone: (886-2) 2503-8441
Country
Covered: Taiwan
Mi ddle East Regi onal Offi ce
Cummins Diesel FZE
Units ZF 5 & 6, J ebel Ali Free Zone
Dubai
United Arab Emirates
Telephone: (971) 4 883-8998
Fax: (971) 4 883-8997
E-mail: cdfze@emirates.net.ae)
Countries Covered:
MIDEAST
Afghanistan
Bahrain
Cyprus
Djibouti
Egypt
Iraq
Iran
J ordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Pakistan
Qatar
Turkey
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Seoul Regi onal Offi ce - Korea
Cummins Korea Ltd.
5th Floor, Hye Sung Building
35-26 Sam Sung Dong, Kang Nam Ku
Seoul, South Korea
Telephone: (82-2) 516-0431/2/3, 517-3370/1
Country
Covered:
Cummsa Regi onal Offi ce - Mexi co
Cummins, S.A. de C.v.
Arquimedes No. 209
Col. Polanco
11560 Mexico, D.F.
Mexico
Telephone: (52-5) 254-382213783/3622
MailinglShipping Address:
Gonzalez de Castilla Inc.
P.O. Box 1391
4605 Modern Lane
Modern Industrial Park
Laredo, TX 78040
Telephone: (512) 722-5207
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Covered:
Moscow Regi onal Offi ce - Russi a
Cummins Engine Co., Inc.
Park Place
Office E708
leninsky Prospect 113
Russia 117198
Telephone; (7-502) 256-5122 or 256-5123
Countries
Covered:
Saudi Arabia
Sudan
Syria
U.A.E.
United Kingdom
Yemen
North/West/East and Central Afri ca Regi onal
Offi ce - Daventry (U.K.)
Cummins Engine Company Ltd.
Royal Oak Way South
Daventry, Northants NN11 5NU
England
Telephone: (44-1327) 886000
Countries Covered:
NORTHIWEST/EAST AND CENTRAL AFRICA
Benin (from Togo) Gabon Mauritania
Burkina-Paso Gambia Morocco
Burundi
Camaroon
Cape Verde
Central African
Republic
Moldova
Russia
Turkmenistan
Ukranie
Uzbekistan
Ghana
Guinea
Chad
Congo (D.R.)
Congo (P.R.)
Guinea-
Bissau
Ivory Coast
Liberia
South And East Asi a Area Offi ce -
Si ngapore
Cummins Diesel Sales Corporation
B Tanjo09 Penjuru
J urong Industrial Estate
Singapore 2260
Telephone: (65) 265-0155
Countries
Covered:
Libya
Malaysia
Mongolia
Philippines
Singapore
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Vietnam
Djibouti
Equatorial
Guinea
Mali
Malta
Niger
Nigeria
Sao Tome &
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Senegal
Seychelles
Siera Leone
Somalia
Togo
Tunisia
Uganda
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Cummins Americas. Inc.
Miramar Park of Commerce
3450 Executive Way
Miramar. FL 33025
Telephone: (305) 431-5511
Countries
Covered: Argentina
Bolivia
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Dominican
Republic
EISalvador
Eucador
Caracas Regional Office -Venezuela
Cummins Engine Company
Oficina de Delegado
Torre La Primera, Oficina 5-D
Av. Francisco de Miranda
Chacao, Caracas 1060
Mailing Address:
Cummins Engine Company M-227
cIa J et Cargo International
PO. Box 020010
Miami, FL 33102-0010 U.S.A.
Telephone: (5B-2) 32-0563, 32-718
Counties
Covered: Costa Rica
Dominican
Republic
EISalvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Nicaragua
Panama
Venezuela
Southern Africa Regional Office
Cummins Diesel South Africa (Pty) Ltd
13 Eastern Service Road
Kelvin View 2054
South Africa
Telephone: (00 27 11) 321 8700 (from U.K.)
Fax: (00 27 11 444 1899)
Mailing Address:
Wendywood 2144
Gauteng
South Africa
Countries
Covered: Angola
Botswana
Comoros Island
Lesotho
Madagascar
Malawi
Mauritius
Mozambique
Nambia
Swaziland
South Africa
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ALBANIA
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Luanda
Hull Blyth (Angola) Ltd
Casa Inglesa
Rua Major Kahangulo, 134/140
Luanda
Republic of Angola
Telephone: (244-2) 331817/3371841
310026
Fax: (244-2) 335602
ANTIGUA
Miami (Office In U_S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 N.W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
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Distribuidora Cummins, S.A.
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Av. Del Libertador 602 Piso 5
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Telephone: (54-1)814-1895/1395/1393
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Neudoerfl
Cummins Diesel Motorenvertriebsges
m.b.H. Trenner & Co.
Blckfordstr, 25
A-7201 Neudoerfl
Austria
Telephone: (43-2622) 77418m625
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BAHAMAS
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 N.W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
BAHRAIN
Bahrain
Yusuf Bin Ahmed Kanoo W.L.L.
P.O.Box 45, Manama
Bahrain
Telephone: (973) 738200
BALEARIC ISLANDS
Madrid (Office in Spain)
Cummins Ventas y Servicio, S.A.
Torrelaguna, 56
28027 Madrid, Spain
Telephone: (34-91) 367-2000
376-2404
BANGLADESH
Dhaka
Equipment 8. Engineering Co., Ltd.
G.P.O.Box 2~39
Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh
Location:
56, Dilkusha Commercial Area
2nd FloorlEastern Block
Telephone: (880-2) 234357, 234060
BARBADOS
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 N.W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
BELGIUM
Brussels
Cummins Distributor
Belgium S.A.
623/629 Chaussee de Haecht
B-1030 Brussels, Belgium
Telephone: (24 hr.)
(32-2) 216-8110
BaiZE
Tampa(Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
5421 N. 59th Street
Tampa, FL 33610
Telephone: (813) 621-7202
BENIN
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BERMUDA
Bronx (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Metropower, Inc.
890 Zerega Avenue
Bronx, NY 10473
Telephone: (718) 892-2400
BHUTAN
Pune (Office in India)
Cummins Diesel Sales &
Service (India) Ltd.
35N1/2, Erandawana
Pune -411 038, India
(State of Maharashtra) India
Telephone: (91-212) 331234/3315541
331635/3300661
330166/3303561
31703
BOLIVIA
La Paz
Machinery & Auto Service
Casilla 4042
La Paz, Bolivia
Location:
Av.20 de Octubre Esq.
Rosendo Gutierrez
Telephone: (591-2) 379650,366394
BONAIRt;:, ISLAND OF
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BOTSWANA
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BRAZIL
Ananindeua
Marcos Marcelino & Companhia
Uda.
Rodovia BR-316, Km9
67020-010 Ananindeua, Para,
Brazil
Telephone: (55-91) 235-4100/4132/
4143/4012
Belo Horizonte
Distribuidora Cummins
Minas S.A.
31950-640 Olhos D'Agua Norte
8elo Horizonte, MG
Brazil
Telephone: (55-31) 288-1344
Campo Grande
Distribuidora Cummins
Mato Grosso Ltda.
Rodovia BR 163 Km01
79060-000 Campo Grande
Mato Grosso do SUi, Brazil
Telephone: (55-67) 7871166
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Curitiba
Distribuidora Cummins Parana S.A.
Aua Brasilio Itibere, 2195
80230 Curltiba, Parana
Brazil
Telephone: (55-41) 222-4036
Fortaleza
Distribuidora Cummins Diesel
Do Nordeste Uda.
Av. da Abolicao, 3882,
Mucuripe
60165-081 Fortaleza, Ceara
Brazil
Telephone: (55-85) 263-1212
Goianian
Distribuidora de Motores Cummins
Centro Oeste ltda.
Av. Caiapo 777 -Setor Sta. Genoveva
74672-400 Goiania, Golas
Brazil
Telephone: (55-62) 207-1010
Manaus
Distribuidora Cummins
Amazonas LIds.
Estrada da Ponta Negra, 6080 -Sao
J orge
69037 Manaus, Amazonas,
Brazil
Telephone: (55-92) 656-5444
Porto Alegre
Distribuidora Cummins
Mendional SA
Rua Dona Alzira, 98, Sarandi
91110-010Porto Alegre,
Rio Grande do Sui, Brazil
Telephone: (55-51) 340-8222
Rio de J aneiro
Distribuidora Cummins
Leste Ltda.
Rua Sanema, 138-0laria
21030-550 Rio de J aneiro,
Rio de J aneiro, Brazil
Telephone: (55-21) 290-7899
Sao Paulo
Companhia Distribuidora
de Motores Cummins
Rua Martin Burchard, 291 -Bras
03043-020 Sao Paulo,
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Telephone: (55-11) 270-2311
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
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-See Malaysia
BURKINA FASO
- See NorthlWestlEast and Central Af-
rica Regional
Office -Daventry
BULGARIA
-See Germany Regional Office -Gross-
Gerau
BURMA
KualaLumpur (Office In Malaysia)
Contact: Scott &
English (M) Sdn Bhd
P.O.Box 10324
50710 Kuala Lumpur
West Malaysia
Location:
16 J alan Chan Sow Lin
55200 Kuala Lumpur
West Malaysia
Telephone: (60-3) 2211033
BURUNDI
Brussels (Office in Belgium)
Bia, SA
Rameistraat, 123
8-3090 - Overuse, Belgium
Telephone: (32-2) 6892811
CAMBODIA
-See South & East Asia Regional Office
-Singapore
CANARY ISLANDS
Madrid (Office in Spain)
Cummins Ventas y
Servicio, S.A.
Torrelaquna, 56
28027 Madrid, Spain
Telephone: (34-91) 3672000/3672404
CAPE VERDE
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CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
-See NorthlWest Africa Regional Office
- Daventry
CEYLON
-See Sri Lanka
CHAD
-See NorthlWestlEast and Central Af-
rica Regional Office -Daventry
CHILE
Santiago
Distribuidora Cummins Diesel
S.A.C,I.
Casilla Postal 1230
CalleBulnes 1203
Santiago, Chile
Corporate Office:
Av. Providencia 2653, Office 1901
Santiago, Chile
Telephone: (56-2) 698-2113/4/5,
697-3566/7/8,
697-2709
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Cummins Engine (Beijing) Co., Ltd.
No.8, Wan Yuan Street
Beijing Economic and Technology De-
velopment Zone
Beijing, 100176
People'S Republic of China
Telephone: (86-10) 67882258
Fax: (86-10) 67882285
Shenyang
Cummins Engine (China) Investment
Co., Ltd. -Shenyang
No. 198, Lianhe Rd., Dadong District
Shenyang, 110044
People's Republic of China
Telephone: (86-24) 88094014, 88905794
Fax: (86-24) 88905970
Kunming
Cummins Engine (China) Investment
Co., Ltd. - Kunming
Suite A4, A5 No. 114 East 2nd Ring Rd.
Kunming, 650224
People's Republic of China
Telephone: (86-871) 5629579, 5630958
Fax: (86-871) 5632210
Urumqi
Cummins Engine (China) Investment
Co., Ltd.Urumqi
No. 275, ALe Tai Rd., Urumqi, 830011
Xinjiang, People's Republic of China
Telephone: (86-991) 3844712, 3844723
Fax: (86-991) 3849232
Shanghai
Cummins Engine (China) Investment
Co .. Ltd. - Shanghai
1st Floor, 555 Zhong Shan Nan Er Rd.,
Shanghai, 200032
People's Republic of China
Telephone: (86-21) 64033999
Fax: (86-21) 64033111
Wuhan
Cummins Engine (China) Investment
Co., Ltd. -Wuhan
No. 198, J ianshe Rd., J ianghan District
Wuhan, 430030
People's Republic of China
Telephone: (86-27) 83330180, 83330182
Fax: (86-27) 83330180 ext. 812
GuangzhouM SouthChinaRegional
Office
Cummins Engine (China) Investment
Co., Ltd. -Guangzhou
Rm. 211, Bai Yun Hotel, 367 Huan Shi
Dong Rd.
Guangzhou, 510065
People's Republic of China
Telephone: (86-20) 83313136, 833131 37
Fax: (8&-20) 83313135
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Shenzhen Chongfs Cummins Engine
Co., ltd.
Unit D2-F2.6
Tian An Che Gong Miao Industrial Es-
tate
Shen Nan Hd.,
Shenzhen, 518040
People's Republic of China
Telephone: (86-755) 3415479
Fax: (86-755) 3415480
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Cummins de Colombia S.A.
Apartado Aereo 5347
Barranquilla, Colombia
location: Calle 30, No. 19 - 21
Telephone: (57-58) 40-02-06/40-13-46
Bogota
Cummins Colombiana Ltda.
Apartado Aereo No. 7431
Bogota, D.E. Colombia
Location:
Av. Americas X Carrera
42C No. 19-45
Telephone: (57-1) 244-5688/5882
Bucaramanga
Cummins API. Ltda.
Apartado Aereo 352
6ucaramanga, Colombia
Location:
Autopista aGiron, Km 7
Telephone: (57-76) 468060
Cali
Distribuidora Cummins del Valle, Ltda.
Apartado Aereo No. 6398
Cali, Colombia
Location:
Av. 3a. #39- 35 - Vipasa
Telephone: (57-3) 65-4343
Medellin
Equipos Tecnicos Ltda.
Apartado Aereo No. 2046
Medellin, Colombia
Location: Carrera 52 No. 10-184
Telephone: (57- 4) 255-4200
Pereira
.Equipos Tecnicos Ltda. C.Q.R.
Apartado Aereo No. 1240
Pereira, Colombia
Location: Carrera 8a. No. 45-39
Telephone: (57-63) 366341
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Brussels (Office in Belgium)
Bia, SA
Rameistraat, 123
B-3090
Overijse, Belgium
Telephone: (32-2) 6892811
CORSICA
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COSTA RICA
San J ose
Servicios Unidos, S.A.
p.o. Box 559
San J ose, Costa Rica
Location:
100 metros al este de
Excelsior Antiquo
Curridabat, San J ose
Telephone Office: (506) 53-93-93
Telephone Service Shop:
(506) 26-00-76
CUBA
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 NW. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
CYPRUS
Nicosia
Alexander Dimitriou & Sons Ltd.
P.O. Box 21932
NiCOSia, Cyprus
CY1515
Location;
4 Salamis Avenue
Telephone: (357-2) 349450
CZECH REPUBLIC
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DENMARK
Glostrup
Cummins Diesel Salg & Service NS
Hovedvejen 2338
osted
DK--4000 Roskilde
Denmark
Telephone: (45-46) 423 552
DJ IBOUTI
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DOMINICA
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 N.w. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Santo Domingo
Argico C. Por A .
P.O. Box 292- 2 Feria
Santo Domingo
Dominican Republic, ZP-6
Location:
Calle J ose A. Soler
No.3, ESQ.
Avenida Lope de Vega
Telephone: (609) 562-6281
DUBAI
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ECUADOR
Guayaquil
Motores Cummins (MOTCUM) SA
P.O. Box 1062
Guayaquil. Ecuador
Location:
Avenida Carlos J ulio
Arosemena Km. 4
Telephone: (593-4) 203995/201177
Quito
Rectificadora Botar S.A.
P.O Box 17-01-3344
Quito, Ecuador
Location:
Av.10de Agosto No. 5980
Telephone: (593-2) 465-176/1771
178/195/197
EGYPT
Cairo
ADAT
PO. Box 1572
Cairo. Egypt
Sales and Service Location:
25, Pyramid Road
Giza, Cairo, Egypt
Telephone: (20-2) 385-4001/214/5/6/8/9
EL SALVADOR
San Salvador
Salvador Machinery
Company. SA de C.V.
P.O.Box 125
San Salvador, EI Salvador
Location:
Blvd. Ejercito Nacional
Telephone: (503) 711022, 228388
ENGLAND
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EQUATORIAL GUINEA
- See NorthNlfestfEast and Central Af-
rica Regional Office - Daventry
ESTONIA
-See Gross Gerau Regional Office -
Germany
CB.3Industrial
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FAROE ISLANDS
Wellingborough (Office in United
Kingdom)
Cummins Diesel
Rutherford Drive
Park Farm South
Welli ngboro ugh
Northants NN8 2QH,
England
Telephone: (44-1933) 334200
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FINLAND
Helsinki
Machinery OY
P.O. Box 560
FIN 01741 Varta Finland
Telephone: Int: (358-9) 8955 2215
FRANCE
lyon
Cummins Diesel S.A.
Sales Corporation
39, rue Ampere 2.1.
69680 Chassieu, France
Telephone: (33) 72-22-92-72
Parts and Service Telephone:
(33) 72-22-92-69
GABON
- See NorthlWestlEast and Central Af-
rica Regional Office - Daventry
GAMBIA
- See Matforce Senegal
GEORGIA
-See Moscow Regional Office - Moscow
GERMANY
GrossGerau
Cummins Diesel Deutschland GmbH
P.O. Box 1134
0-6080 GrossGerau,
Germany
Location: Odenwaldstr. 23
Telephone: (49-6152) 174-0
GHANA
Accra
J &O Diesels and Systems
P.O. Box c2381
Cantonments
Accra, Ghana
Telephone: (23321) 30-14-51
GR E E CE
Athens
Ergotrak
Box51528
14 Km. National Rd.
Athens-lamia
14510 Kifissia, Greece
Telephone: (30-1) 6293400/41
GREENLAND
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GRENADA
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 N.w. 77 Coun
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
GUADELOUPE
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 N.W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone; (305) 821-4200
GUAM
Barrigada
Mid-Pac Far East, Inc.
Airport Industrial Park
825 Tiyan Parkway
Barrigada, Guam 96921
Telephone: (671) 632-5160
GUATEMALA
GuatemalaCity
Maquinaria y Equipos, S.A.
P.O. Box 2304
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Location:
Carretera Amatillan
Km 12zona 12
Telephone: (502-2) 7733341719
GUINEA
Brussels (Office in Belgium)
BIA s.a.
Hameistraat, 123
B-3090 -Overijse, Belgium
Telephone: (32-2) 6892811
GUINEA BISSAU
- See NorthlWestlEast and Central Af-
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GUYANA
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 N.W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
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Miami (Office In U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 N.W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
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9900 N.W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
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Honduras, S.A.
P.O Box 1022
Tegucigalpa, D.C., Honduras
Location:
Zona La Burrera,
Blvd. Toncontin
Frente a Gasolinera Esso.
Telephone: (504) 333570/335615
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Cummins Engine H. K. Ltd.
P.O Box 840 Shatin
N.T., Hong Kong
Location:
Unison Industrial Centre
15th Floor, Units C & D
27-31 Au PUIWan Street
Fo Tan, Shatin, Hong Kong
Telephone: (852) 2606-5678
Fax: (852) 2691-1641, 2687-3552
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Iceland
Telephone: (354) 5526122
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35A1" 2, Erandawana
Pune - 411 038, (State of Maharashtra)
India
Telephone: (91-212) 331234, 331554,
331635, 330066,
330166, 330356,
331703
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Cummins Diesel Sales &
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298, Perin Nariman Street, Fort,
Israel Engines &
Bombay 400001, India
Trailers Co. Ltd.
Telephone: (91-22) 2863566/2862247
Levinson Brothers Engineers
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Calcutta 33 Hahashmal Street
Cummins Diesel Sales & Tel Aviv, Israel 61003
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Circular Road
Calcutta 700 019 (West Bengal), India
Milan
Telephone: (91-33) 2478065/24704811
2470774
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New Delhi Zona Industriale Sesto Ulteriano
Cummins Diesel Sales &
20098 S. Giuliano
Service (I) Ltd.
Milanese (Milan), Italy
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Telephone: (39-2) 9828-1235/6/7
94 Nehru Place
IVORY COAST
New Delhi 110019, India
Telephone: (91-11) 6431051/64457561
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Cummins Diesel Sales &
Service (I) Ltd.
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
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9900 N.W. 77 Court
Choube Colony
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Raipur 492 001 (Madhya Pradesh),
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
India
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Ranchi
Tokyo
Cummins Diesel (J apan) Ltd.
Cummins Diesel Sales &
1-12-10Shlntomi
Service (I) Ltd.
ChuO.ku, Tokyo 104
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J apan
Road No.1, Ashoknagar
Telephone: (81-3) 3555-8511
Ranchi 834 002 (Bihar)
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Amman
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S.E .T.I J ordan Limited
J akarta
P.o. Box 8053
Amman, J ordan
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Telephone: (962.6) 621867/621884
P.O.Box 64/KBYL
J akarta Salatan 12330, Indonesia KENYA
Location:
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Nairobi
Bintaro, Rernpoa Werrat & Company Limited
Telephone: (62-21) 736-197Sn36-3302 P.O.Box 41216
IRAN
Nairobi, Kenya
Location;
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United Arab Emirates Telephone: (254-150) 20316
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United Arab Emirates
Hwa Chang Trading Co., Ltd.
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Location:
England) 143-11 Doksan-dong, Kuro-ku
Cummins Diesel Telephone: (82-2) 854-0071/213/4/5,
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Wellingborough
Northants NN8 2QH, England
Telephone: (44-1933) 334200
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KUWAIT
Kuwait
General Transportation &
Equipment Co.
(Sales Department)
P.o.Box 1096
13011 Safat, Kuwait
Location:
Shuwaikh Behind
Canada Dry Factory
Telephone: (965) 4833380/1/2
Kuwait
General Transportation &
Equipment Co.
(Service Department)
East Ahmadi Area
13011 Safat, Kuwait
Telephone: (965) 3981577
LAOS
- See South and East Asia Regional Of-
fice -Singapore
LATVIA
-See Moscow Regional Office - Moscow
LEBANON
Beirut
S.E.T.1.Charles Keller
SA L .
B.P. 16-6726
Beirut, Lebanon
Location:
Corniche du Fleuve
Telephone: (961-1) 425040/41
LESOTHO
-See South Africa
LIBYA
-See NorthlWest Africa Regional Office
-Oaventry
LlECHTENSTEI N
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LUXEMBOURG
GrossGerau (Office in Germany)
Cummins Diesel Deutschland GmbH
P.O.Box 11 34
Odenwaldstrasse 23
D6080 Gross-Gerau, Germany
Telephone: (49-6152) 174-0
MACAU
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MADAGASCAR
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MADEIRA ISLANDS
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MALAYSIA
Kuala lumpur
Cummms Dies61Sales & Service
Div.of Scott & English
(M) Sdn. Bhd.
P.O. B ox 10324
50710 Kuala Lumpur, West Malaysia
Location:
16 J alan Chan SowLin
55200 Kuala Lumpur
Telephone: (6Q.3) 22110:33
MAll
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MALTA
Valletta
Plant & Equipment Ltd.
Regency House
254, Republic Street
Valletta, Malta
Telephone: (356) 23-26-20, 233343,
23-16-23, 24-75-17
MARTINIQUE
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 N.W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
MEXICO
Guadalajara
Cummins Del Occidente, S.A.
Lazaro Cardenas No. 2950
Fracc. Alamo Industrial
45560 Guadalajara, J al. Mexico
Telephone: (52-3) 670-93-06, 670-53-38,
670-63-61, 670-62-33
Monterrey
Tecnica Automotriz, S.A.
Av.AlfonsoRoyes
No. 3637 Nte.
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Telephone: (52-83) 51-4151, 51-46-56
Merida
Cummins Del Sureste, S.A. de C.v.
Av, Aviacion Civil No. 647
Esquina Calle 100
Col.Sambula
97259 Merida, Yucatan, Mexico
Telephone: (52-99) 24-11-55, 24-00-15
Puebla
Cummins de Oriente, SA de C.V.
Av.Reforma No. 2112,
Puebla, Pue. Mexico
Telephone: (52-22) 48-76-74, 48-76-75
Queretaro
Distribuidor Cummins Del Centro, SA
de C.v.
Blvd. Bernardo Quintana No. 518
Col. Arboledas
C.P.76140 Queretaro, Oro., Mexico
Telephone: (52-42) 12-41-90, 12-58-90,
12-62-94,14-04-16,
14-08-81, 14-15-91
Tlalnepantla
Distribuidor Cummins
Metropolitana, SA DE c:v.
Sor J uana Ines de la Cruz No. 555
54000 Tlalnepantia. E do. de Mexico,
Mexico
Telephone: (52-5) 327-38-00, 390-6437,
390-12-27
MOROCCO
Casablanca
Soberma (Groupe Auto Hall)
Societe Soberma
Chemin Ain Borja
Quartier Beausite
Ain Sebaa
Casablanca, Morocco
Telephone: (212-22) 66 66 40-43
Fax: (21222) 66 66 45-46
MOZAMBIQUE
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Kelvin
NAMIBIA (Southwest Africa)
Walvis Bay
Namib Diesel
P.O.Box2449, Walvis Bay, Namibia
Location:
210, 2nd Street
WalVISBay, Namibia
Telephone: 064-203971
NEPAL
Pune (Office in India)
Cummins Diesel Sales &
Service (India) Ltd.
35A11/2, Erandawana
Pune, -411038. (State of Maharashtra)
India
Telephone: (91-212)331234, 331554,
331635, 330066,
330166, 330356,
331703
NETHERLANDS
Oordrecht
Cummins Diesel Sales &
Service, B.C.
Galvanistraat 35
3316 GH Dordrecht
Netherlands
Telephone: (31-78) 618-12~0
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NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 N.W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone; (305) 821-4200
NEW CALEDONIA
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Melbourne
NEW GUINEA
. Sec Papua NewGuinea
NICARAGUA
Managua
F. Aif. Pellas & Cia.
Apartado Postal No. 46
Managua, Nicaragua
Location:
6a. Calle
30 y31 Avs.N.O., Zona 5
Telephone: (5052) 660616
NIGERIA
L.agos
SCOA TRAC
P.M.S.21'08
Ikeja, Lagos
Nigeria
Location:
Apapa-Oshodl Expressway
Isola Industrial Estate,
Isolo
Telephone: (234-1) 45-21-539/45-21-803
Paris (Office in France)
SCOAINTER
Immeuble Marie-J oseph
Rue du Marechal de Lattre de Tassigny
78990 Elancourt
France
Telephone: (331) 30-68-82-68
NORTHERN IRELAND
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NORWAY
Oslo
Cummins Diesel Salg &Service A1S
Hestehagen 3
Postboks 151
N1441 DR06AK
Norway
Telephone: (47) 64 90 70 80
OMAN
Ruwi
Universal Engineering
Services L.L.C.
P.O. Box 2688
Ruwi
Sultanate of Oman
Telephone; (968) 590830, 591304
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PAKISTAN
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Diesel Power Systems
2 Bangalore Town
Main Shahrah-e-Faisal
Karachi 75350
Pakistan
Telephone: (92) 21-453 960314/5
PANAMA
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Grupo Tiesa. SA
Apartado Postal #55-0549
Partillo. Panama
Telephone: (507) 67-3866
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
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Cummins Diesel Sales & Service
PO. Box 150
Cabramatta. 2166
New South Wales, Australia
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Autornotores y Maquinaria,
S.R.L.
Yegros y Fulgencio R. Moreno
P.O. Box 1160
Asuncion. Paraguay
Telephone: (595-21) 493111, 493115
PERU
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Comercial Diesel
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P.O. Box 14-0234
lima, Peru
location:
Ave. v.A. Haya
de ta Torre 2648
lima 3, Peru
Telephone: (51-14) 74-3173143741
3144/2281
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EDSA
Power Systems. Inc. EDSA
PO. Bo)( 3241
Manila
Philippines 1501
location:
leE . Delos Santos Ave.
Mandaluyong. Metro Manila
Telephone: (63-2) 791769, 791771,
5311945. 5315448.
5311934. 5312531,
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Polremaco
30-709 Krakow
UI. Stoczniowcow 3
Poland
Telephone: (48-12) 6561917
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Lisbon
Electro Central
Vulcanizadora, Lda.
P.O. Box san
1302 Lisbon. Portugal
Location:
Rua Conselheiro
Martins de Carvalho
Lote 1480
1400 lisboa (Restelo)
Telephone: (351-2) 303 4800
QATAR
Doha
J aidal1 Motors & Trading Co.
P.O. Box 150
Doha, Qatar (Arabian Gulf)
Telepl1one: (974) 442-6161
REUNION
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RIO DE ORO
- See Spain
ROMANIA
- See Germany Regional Office - Gross-
Gerau
RUSSIA
- See Moscow Regional Office - Moscow
RWANDA
Brussels (Office in Belgium)
Bia, SA
Rameistraat, 123
8-3090 - Overijse. Belgium
Telephone: (322) 6892811
ST. WCIA
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power. Inc.
9900 N.W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
ST. VINCENT
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power. Inc.
9900 N:W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens. FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
SAN MARINO
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SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE
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SAUDI ARABIA
AI-Khobar
GeC Olayan
P.O. Box 356
Al-Knobar 31952
Saudi Arabia
Telephone: (966-3) 882-0888
SCOTLAND
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SENEGAL
Dakar
Matforce
B .P. 397
Dakar. Senegal
Location:
10 Avenue Faidherbe
Telephone: (221-8) 399500
Fax: (221-8) 399531/399550
Equipements et Services (Mining Only)
BP 15372-Fann
Dakar
Senegal
Contacts: Mr. J ean Smets
Tel: (221-8) 60 77 76 & 24 73 62
Fax: (221-8) 60 9598
SEYCHELLES
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gional Office - Daventry
SIERRA LEONE
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SINGAPORE
Singapore
Applied Diesel Sales & Service Pte Ltd
8Tanjong Penjuru
J urongIndustrial Estate
Singapore 2260
Telephone: (65) 261-3555
SLOVAKIA
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Gerau
SOLOMON ISLANDS
SeeSouth Pacific Regional Office -
Melbourne
SOMALIA
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SOUTH AFRICA
J ohannesburg
Cummins Diesel South Africa Pty. Ltd.
Private Bag X7
wendywood 2144
South Africa
Location:
13 Eastern Service Road
Kelvin View 2054
Telephone: (27-11) 321 8700
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SOUTHWEST AFRICA
-See Namibia
SPAIN
Madrid
Cummins Ventas y
Servicio SA
Torrelaguna, 56
28027 Madrid, Spain
Telephone: (34-91) 367-2000/3672404
SPANISH GUINEA
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SRILANKA'
Colombo
Trade Promoters Ltd
P.O.Box 321
69, Walukarama Road
Colombo 3
Sri Lanka
Telephone: (94.1) 573927, 574651,
575005
SUDAN
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United Arab Emirates
SURINAM
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power, Inc.
9900 N.W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305)8214200
SWAZILAND
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SWEDEN
Stockholm
SMA Maskin AB
Aggelundavagen 7
8-17562 J artalla
Sweden
Telephone: (46-8)56-222-500
SWITZERLAND
Regensdorf
Robert Aebi S.A.
Riedhofstrasse 100
8105 Regensdorf
Switzerland
Telephone: (41-1)842-5111
SYRIA
Damascus
Puzant Yacoubian & Sons
P.O.Box 3617
Damascus, Syria
Location:
Abou Baker EISaddik Street
Kafar Sousse Square
Telephone: (963-11)212-8600
TAHITI, ISLAND OF
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TAIWAN
Taipei (J V)
Cummins Power Service & Parts Corp.
No. 115, Wu Ko tst Rd.,
Wu K u, Industrial District
Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Telephone: (886-2) 2290-0331
Fax: (886-2) 2290-0393
TANZANIA
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Kelvin
THAILAND
Bangkok
Diethelm & Company Ltd.
1696 NewPetchburi Road
Bangkok 10310, Thailand
Telephone: (66-2) 254-4900
TOGO (and BENIN)
Lome
Togomat
B.P 1641
Lome, Togo
Location:
Zone Industrielle CNPPME
Telephone: (228) 2723-95
TONGA, ISLAND OF
-See South Pacific Regional Office -
Melbourne
TRINIDAD and TOBAGO
Miami (Office in U.S.A.)
Cummins Southeastern Power Inc.
9900 N.W. 77 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016
Telephone: (305) 821-4200
TURKEY
Istanbul
Hamamcioglu Muesseseleri
Okul Cad. NO.9
81474 Orhanli -Tuzia
Istanbul, Turkey
Telephone: (90) 216-394-3210
UKRAINE
-See Moscow Regional Office -Moscow
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Dhabi
Cummins Diesel !=ZE
Po. Box 17636
Units ZF516, J ebel Ali Free Zone
Dhabi,
United Arab Emirates
Telephone: (971)4-883-8998
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I Wellingborough
Cummins Diesel
Rutherford Drive
Park FarmSouth
Wellingborough
Northants NN8 2QH, England
Telephone: (441933) 334200
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Santaro S.A.
P.O.Box379
Montevideo
Uruguay
Location:
Avenida Millan No. 2441
Telephone:(598-2) 293908
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Carmelitas
Caracas 1010
Venezuela
Location:
Final Avenida San Martin
Urb. la Quebradita
Caracas 1061
Telephone: (58-2)442-6161/2647
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Diethelm & Co. Ltd. Engineering
RoomNo.1, 2nd Floor
8 Trang Thi Street
Hanoi, Vietnam
Telephone: (84-4) 260-332, 244-394
Ho Chi MinhCity
Diethelm & Co. Ltd. Engineering
3rd Floor, IBC Building
1 Me Linh Square
District 1
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Telephone: (84-8) 294102, 294-103
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Sana'a
Zubieri Trading Co.
P.O. Box 535
Sana'a, Yemen Arab Republic
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Section TS - Troubleshooting Symptoms Page TS-a
Secti on TS .. Troubleshooti ng Symptoms
Secti on Contents
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Troubleshooting Procedures and Techniques.................................................................................. TS-1
General Information ... T5-1
Troubleshooting Symptoms Charts T5-1
Air Compressor Air Pressure Rises Slowly T5-2
Air Compressor Cycles Frequently , TS-3
Air Compressor Noise is Excessive............... TS-4
Air Compressor Pumping Excess Lubricating Oil into the Air System T5-5
Air Compressor Will Not Maintain Adequate Air Pressure (Not Pumping Continuously) '" T5-6
Air Compressor Will Not Stop Pumping......................... T5-7
Alternator Not Charging or Insufficient Charging...................................... TS-8
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Coolant Loss - ExternaL..... TS-11
Coolant Temperature Above Normal - Gradual Overheat.. TS-12
Coolant Temperature is Above Normal - Sudden Overheat................ TS-14
Coolant Temperature is BelowNormal. T8-15
Engine Acceleration or Response Poor TS-16
Engine Difficult to Start or Witt Not Start (Exhaust Smoke)'" TS-18
Engine Difficult to Start or Witt Not Start (No Exhaust Smoke) TS-20
Engine Noise Excessive TS-22
Engine Noise Excessive - Combustion Knocks TS-24
Engine Power Output Low..... TS-25
Engine Runs Rough at Idle... TS-28
Engine Runs Rough or Misfires TS-29
Engine Speed Surges at Lowor High Idle... TS-30
Engine Speed Surges Under Loador in Operating Range TS-31
Engine Starts But Witt Not KeepRunning TS-32
Engine Vibration Excessive " TS-33
Engine Will Not Crank or Cranks Slowly(Air Starter) TS-34
Engine Will Not Crank or Cranks Slowly (Electric Starter) TS-36
Engine Will Not Reach RatedSpeed (RPM) TS-38
Engine Will Not Shut Off '" TS-40
Exhaust Smoke Excessive Under Load TS-41
Fuel Consumption Excessive TS-42
Fuel in Coolant. TS-43
Fuel in the Lubricating Oil " TS-44
Fuel or Lubricating Oil Leaking FromExhaust Manifold TS-45
General Information TS-1
Intake Manifold Air Temperature Above Specificatlon................................................................................. TS-46
Intake Manifold Pressure (Boost) is BelowNormal TS-48
Lubricating Oil Consumption Excessive.. TS-49
Lubricating Oil Contaminated TS-50
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Lubricating Oil Pressure Low TS-53
Lubricating Oil Sludge in the Crankcase Excessive TS-55
Smoke, Black - Excessive............................................................. TS-56
Smoke, White - Excessive TS-57
Turbocharger Leaks Engine Oil or Fuel. TS-59
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Troubleshooti ng Procedures and Techni ques
General Informati on
This guide describes some typical engine operating problems, their causes, and some acceptable corrections to those
problems. Unless noted otherwise, the problems listed are those which an operator can diagnose and repair .
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Performi ng troubleshooti ng procedures NOT outli ned i n thi s secti on can result i n equi pment damage or
personal i njury or death. Troubleshooti ng must be performed by trai ned, experi enced techni ci ans. Consult a
Cummi ns Authori zed Repai r Locati on for di agnosi s and repai r beyond that whi ch i s outli ned, and for symptoms
not li sted i n thi s secti on. Before begi nni ng any troubleshooti ng, refer to General Safety Instructi ons i n Secti on
i of thi s manual.
Follow the suggestions below for troubleshooting:
Study the complaint thoroughly before acting
Refer to the engine system diagrams
Do the easiest and most logical things first
Find and correct the cause of the complaint
Troubleshooti ng Symptoms Charts
General Informati on
Use the charts on the following pages of this section to aid in diagnosing specific engine symptoms. Read each row
of blocks from top to bottom. Follow through the chart to identify the corrective action .
. A WARNING A
Troubleshooti ng presents the ri sk of equi pment damage, personal i njury or death. Troubleshooti ng must be
performed by trai ned, experi enced techni ci ans.
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Cause
Ai r Compressor Ai r Pressure Ri ses Slowly
Correcti on
Air intake system restriction to air compressor
is excessive
OK
Air system leaks
OK
Carbon buildup is excessive in the air dis-
charge line, downstream air valves, or cylinder
head
OK
Contact a Cummins Authorized
Repair Facility
Replace the air compressor air cleaner (if
installed). Check the air intake piping. Check
engine air intake restriction if the air compres-
sor inlet is plumbed to the vehicle or equip-
ment intake system. Refer to Section 4.
Block the vehicle wheels and check the air
system for leaks with spring brakes applied
and released. Check for leaks from the air
compressor gaskets and the air system hoses,
fittings, tanks, and valves. Refer to the OEM
service manuals.
Check for carbon buildup. Replace the air
compressor discharge line and cylinder head
assembly if necessary. Refer to Section 7.
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Ai r Compressor Cycles Frequently
Correcti on
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OK
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Carbon buildup is excessive in the air dis-
charge line, check valve, or cylinder head
OK
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Air compressor pumping time is excessive
OK
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Repair Facility
Block the vehicle wheels and check the air
system for leaks with spring brakes applied
and released. Check for leaks from the air
compressor gaskets and the air system hoses,
fittings, tanks, and valves. Refer to the OEM
service manuals.
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cycle. Install a larger air compressor, if neces-
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Ai r Compressor Noi se i s Excessi ve
Correcti on
Carbon buildup is excessive in the air dis-
charge line, downstream air valves, or cylinder
head
OK
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Air compressor is sending air pulses into the
air tanks
OK
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Ice buildup in the air system components
OK
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Contact a Cummins Authorized
Repair Facility
Check for carbon buildup. Replace the air
compressor discharge line and cylinder head
assembly if necessary. Refer to Section 7.
Install a ping tank between the air dryer and
the wet tank. Refer to the manufacturer's
instructions.
For all models, check for ice in low spots of the
air discharge line, dryer inlet, and elbow
fittings. On Holsetv models, also check the
Econ valve (if equipped). Refer to the OEM
service manual.
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Cause
Ai r Compressor Pumpi ng Excess Lubri cati ng Oi l Into the Ai r System
Correcti on
Lubricating oil drain interval is excessive
OK
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Air intake system restriction to air compressor
is excessive
OK
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Air compressor pumping time is excessive
OK
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Carbon buildup is excessive in the air dis-
charge line, check valve, or cylinder head
OK
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Contact a Cummins Authorized
Repair Facility
Verify the correct lubricating oil drain interval.
Refer to Section 2.
Replace the air compressor air cleaner (if
installed). Check the air intake piping. Check
engine a!r intake restriction if the air compres-
sor Inlet IS plumbed to the vehicle or equip-
ment Intake system. Refer to Section 3.
Replace the desiccant cartridge on the
Turbo/CR 2000 air dryer. Refer to the OEM
service manual. Check the air compressor duty
cycle. Install a larger air compressor, if neces-
sary. Refer to an Authorized Cummins Repair
Facility.
Check for carbon buildup. Replace the air
compressor discharge line if necessary. Refer
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Ai r Compressor Wi ll Not Mai ntai n Adequate Ai r Pressure (Not Pumpi ng Conti nuously)
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compressor gaskets and the air system hoses,
fittings, tanks, and valves. Refer to the OEM
service manual.
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Air system leaks
Block the vehicle wheels and check the air
system for leaks with spring brakes applied
and released. Check for leaks from the air
compressor gaskets and the air system hoses,
fittings, tanks, and valves. Refer to the OEM
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Cause
Alternator Not Chargi ng or Insuffi ci ent Chargi ng
Correction
Alternator pulley is loose on the shaft
OK
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Batteries have malfunctioned
OK
...
Battery cables or connections are loose,
broken, or corroded (excessive resistance)
OK
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Alternator is overloaded, or alternator capacity
is below specification
OK
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Alternator or voltage regulator is malfunction-
ing
OK
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Battery temperature is above specification
OK
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Electrical system is "open" (blown fuses,
broken wires, or loose connections)
OK
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Vehicle gauge is malfunctioning
OK
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Repair Facility
Tighten the pulley. Refer to OEM service
manual.
Check the condition of the batteries. Replace
the batteries, if necessary. Refer to OEM
service manual.
Check the battery cables and connections.
Install an alternator with a higher capacity.
Refer to the OEM service manual.
Test the alternator output. Replace the alterna-
tor or voltage regulator if necessary. Refer to
the OEM service manual.
Position the batteries away from heat sources.
Refer to the OEM service manual.
Check the fuses, wires, and connections. Refer
to the OEM service manual and the manufac-
turer's wiring diagram.
Check the vehicle gauge. Refer to the OEM
service manual.
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voltage regulator, if necessary. Refer to an
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Coolant Contami nati on
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Coolant is rusty and has debris
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correct mixture of antifreeze and water. Refer
to Section 7.
Check the transmission oil cooler and torque
converter cooler for coolant leaks. Refer to the
OEM service manual.
Check the lubricating oil cooler for coolant
leaks and cracks. Refer to Section 7.
Check the cylinder head gasket. Refer to the
OEM service manual.
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Coolant Loss - External
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External coolant leak
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Radiator cap is not correct, is malfunctioning,
or has low-pressure rating
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leaking
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Coolant fill line is restricted or obstructed
OK
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OK
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external coolant leaks. Repair if necessary.
Add coolant. Refer to the OEM service manual.
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hoses, draincocks, water manifold, jumper
tubes, expansion andpipe plugs, fittings,
radiator core, air compressor and cylinder head
gaskets, lubricating oil cooler, water pumpseal,
cylinder block, andOEM-mounted components
that have coolant flow.
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obstructions. Refer to Section 7.
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correct mixture of antifreeze and water. Refer
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Coolant Temperature Above Normal - Gradual Overheat
Correcti on
Charge air cooler fins, radiator fins, or air
conditioner condenser fins are damaged or
obstructed with debris
OK
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Cold weather radiator cover or wintertront is
closed
OK
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Coolant level is below specification
OK
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Fan shroud is damaged or missing, or the air
recirculation baffles are damaged or missing
OK
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Lubricating oil is contaminated with coolant or
fuel
OK
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COOling system hose is collapsed, restricted, or
leaking
OK
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Coolant mixture of antifreeze and water is not
correct
OK
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Lubricating oil level is above or below specifi-
cation
OK
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Inspect the charge air cooler, air conditioner
condenser, and radiator fins. Clean, if neces-
sary. Refer to Section 4 and the OEM service
manual.
Open the cold weather radiator cover or the
wintertront. Maintain a minimum of 784cm
2
[122 in
2
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in], of opening at all times. Refer to Section 1.
Inspect the engine and cooling system for
external coolant leaks. Repair if necessary.
Add coolant. Refer to Section 7.
Inspect the shroud and the recirculation
baffles. Repair, replace, or install, if necessary.
Refer to the OEM service manual.
Contact aCummins Authorized Repair Facility.
Inspect the hoses. Refer to Section 7.
Verify the concentration of antifreeze in the
coolant. Add antifreeze or water to correct the
concentration. Refer to Section 5 and Section
V.
Check the oil level. Add or drain oil, if neces-
sary. Refer to Section 3. Check the dipstick
calibration.
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Cause
Radiator fins are damaged or obstructed with
debris
OK
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OK
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fins as necessary. Refer to the manufacturer's
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systems are using the correct components.
Refer to the OEM specifications.
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Coolant Temperature i s Above Normal - Sudden Overheat
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Coolant level is below specification
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Add coolant. Refer to Section 3.
Fan drive belt is broken I Check the fan drive belt. Replace the belt, if
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Cooling system hose is collapsed, restricted, or
leaking
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Coolant temperature gauge is malfunctioning
OK
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Charge air cooler fins, radiator fins, or air
conditioner condenser fins are damaged or
obstructed with debris
OK
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Cold weather radiator cover or wintertront is
closed
OK
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Repair Facility
Check the radiator pressure cap. Refer to the
OEM service manual.
Inspect the hoses. Refer to Section 7.
Test the temperature gauge. Repair or replace
the gauge, if necessary.
Inspect the charge air cooler, air conditioner
condenser, and radiator fins. Clean, if neces-
sary. Refer to Section 4 and the OEM service
manual.
Open the cold weather radiator cover or the
winterfront. Maintain a minimum of 784ern"
{122 in2), or approximately 28 x 28 cm 111x 11
in], of opening at all times. Refer to Section 1.
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Coolant temperature gauge or sensor is
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Engine is operating at low ambient temperature
OK
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Fan drive or fan controls are malfunctioning
OK
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Coolant temperature gauge is malfunctioning
OK
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Thermostat is not correct or is malfunctioning
OK
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Contact a Cummins Authorized
Repair Facility
Test the gauge and the sensor. Repair or
replace, if necessary. Refer to OEM service
manual.
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hood air. Use under-the-hood intake air in cold
weather. Refer to Cold Weather Operation,
Bulletin 3387266, and Section 1.
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OEM service manual.
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the gauge, if necessary.
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number and for correct operation. Contact a
Cummins Authorized Repair Facility.
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Clutch is malfunctioning or is not correct
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Drivetrain is not correctly matched to the
engine
OK
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Intake manifold air temperature is above
specification
OK
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Fuel supply line or passage restriction between
the fuel pump and the injectors
OK
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Charge air cooler is restricted or leaking
OK
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(Continued)
Refer to Section 1, Operating Instructions.
Fill the supply tank. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
Check the vehicle brakes for dragging,
transmission malfunction, cooling fan operation
cycle time, and engine-driven units. Refer to
the OEM service manual.
Compare the drivetrain specifications to
Cummins recommendations. Check the clutch
for correct operation. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
Check for correct gearing and drivetrain
components. Refer to the OEM vehicle
specifications.
Refer to the Intake Manifold Air Temperature
Above Specification symptom tree.
Check the fuel supply line or passage for
sharp bends or restriction.
Inspect the charge air cooler for air restrictions
or leaks. Refer to Section 4.
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Engi ne Accelerati on or Response Poor (Conti nued)
Cause
Air intake or exhaust leaks
OK
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Air intake system restriction is above specifica-
tion
OK
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Fuel grade is not correct for the application, or
the fuel quality is poor
OK
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Repair Facility
Correcti on
Check for loose or damaged piping connec-
tions and missing pipe plugs. Check the
turbocharger and exhaust manifold mounting.
Refer to Section 3.
Check the air intake system for restriction.
Clean or replace the air filter and inlet piping
as necessary. Refer to Section 4.
Operate the engine from a tank of high-quality
fuel. Refer to Fuel Recommendations and
Specifications in Section V.
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Engi ne Di ffi cult to Start or Wi ll Not Start (Exhaust Smoke)
Correcti on
Starting procedure is not correct
OK
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Fuel level is low in the tank
OK
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Starting aid, if necessary for cold weather, is
malfunctioning
OK
Engine block heater is malfunctioning (if
equipped)
OK
Fuel heater is malfunctioning (if equipped)
OK
Battery voltage is low
OK
Keyswitch circuit is malfunctioning
OK
Engine cranking speed is too slow
OK
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Vehicle parasitics are excessive
OK
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(Continued)
Verify the correct starting procedure. Refer to
Section 1.
Fill the supply tank. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
Check for correct operation of the cold weather
starting aid. Refer to Cold Weather Starting
Aids in Section 1. Refer to the manufacturer's
instructions.
Check the electrical sources and wiring to the
cylinder block heater. Replace the block heater,
if necessary. Refer to the OEM service manual.
Check the fuel heater and replace, if neces-
sary. Refer to the manufacturer's instructions.
Check the batteries and the unswitched battery
supply circuit. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
Check the vehicle keyswitch circuit. Refer to
the OEM service manual.
If the cranking speed is slower than 150 rpm,
refer to the Engine Will Not Crank or Cranks
Slowly symptom tree.
Check the vehicle brakes for dragging,
transmission malfunction, cooling fan operation
cycle time, and engine-driven units. Refer to
the OEM service manual.
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Engine Difficult to Start or Will Not Start (Exhaust Smoke) (Continued)
Cause
Fuel leak
OK
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Fuel pump overflow valve is malfunctioning
OK
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Fuel transfer pump malfunctioning
OK
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Throttle linkage adjustment is not correct
OK
Air in the fuel system
OK
Air intake system restriction is above specifica-
tion
OK
Fuel grade is not correct for the application, or
the fuel quality is poor
OK
Contact a Cummins Authorized
Repair Facility
Correction
Check the fuel lines, fuel connections, and fuel
filters for leaks. Check the fuel lines to the
supply tanks. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
Check the overflow valve. Replace if neces-
sary. Refer to the OEM service manual.
Inspect the fuel transfer pump. Replace if
necessary. Refer to Section A.
Check the fuel pump throttle linkage adjust-
ment. Refer to the OEM service manual.
Check for air in the fuel system. Tighten or
replace the fuel connections, fuel lines, fuel
tank standpipe and fuel filters as necessary.
Vent air fromthe system. Refer to Section 5.
Check the air intake system for restriction.
Clean or replace the air filter and inlet piping
as necessary.Refer to Section 4.
Operate the engine from a tank of high-quality
fuel. Refer to Fuel Recommendations and
Specifications in Section V.
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Correction
Verify the correct starting procedure. Refer to
Section 1.
Fill the supply tank. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
Check for loose wires andverify that the fuel
shutoff valve is functioning. Check to be sure
manual shutoff lever is in the run position.
Refer to the OEM service manual.
Isolate the OEM engine protection system.
Followthe OEM service manuals to check for a
malfunction.
Check the batteries andthe unswitched battery
supply crrcuu. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
Check the vehicle keyswitchcircuit. Refer to
the OEM service manual.
Check for air in the fuel system. Tighten or
replace the fuel connections, fuel lines fuel
tank standpipe andfuel filters as nece~sary.
Vent air fromthe system. Refer to Section 5.
Inspect the fuel transfer pump. Replace if
necessary. Refer to Section A.
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Cause
Fuel pumpoverflowvalve is malfunctioning
OK
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Throttle linkage misadjusted or damaged
OK
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Refer to the OEM service manual.
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service manual.
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Engi ne Noi se Excessi ve
Correcti on
Fan drive belt is 100s8, tight, or not in align-
ment
OK
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Lubricating oil is thin or diluted
OK
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Vibration damper is damaged
OK
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Air intake or exhaust leaks
OK
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Air intake or exhaust piping is contacting the
chassis or cab
OK
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Air intake system restriction is above specifica-
tion
OK
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Coolant temperature is above specification
OK
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Engine mounts are worn, damaged, or not
correct
OK
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Fan clutch, hydraulic pump, or freon compres-
sor noise is excessive
OK
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Check the fan drive belt. Refer to Section 3.
Refer to the Lubricating Oil Specifications in
Section V.
Inspect the vibration damper. Refer to Section
7.
Check for loose or damaged piping connec-
tions and missing pipe plugs. Check the
turbocharger and exhaust manifold mounting.
Refer to Section 3.
Inspect the air piping, chassis, and cab for
contact points. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
Check the air intake system for restriction.
Clean or replace the air filter and inlet piping
as necessary. Refer to Section 4.
Refer to the Coolant Temperature is Above
Normal - Sudden Overheat or the Coolant
Temperature is Above Normal - Gradual
Overheat symptom tree.
Check the engine mounts. Refer to the OEM
service manual.
Isolate each component, and check for noise.
Refer to the OEM service manual.
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Engi ne Noi se Excessi ve - Combusti on Knocks
Correcti on
Engine is operating at low ambient temperature
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hood air. Use under-the-hood intake air in cold
weather. Refer to Cold Weather Operation,
Bulletin 3387266, and Section 1.
Operate the engine from a tank of high-quality
fuel. Refer to Fuel Recommendations and
Specifications in Section V.
Check for air in the fuel system. Tighten or
replace the fuel connections, fuel lines, fuel
tank standpipe and fuel filters as necessary.
Vent air from the system. Refer to Section 5.
Refer to the Coolant Temperature Below
Normal symptom tree.
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Engi ne Power Output Low
Correction
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Throttle linkage adjustment is not correct
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Fuel shutoff lever (mechanical) partially
engaged
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Intake and exhaust systemrestricted
OK
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Air intake systemrestriction is above specifica-
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OK
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Air intake or exhaust leaks
OK
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Air leakbetween the turbocharger and the
intake manifold
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manual.
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altitude. Refer to the Engine DataSheet for
specifications.
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restrictions. Inspect the intake air filter and
replace as necessary.
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Clean or replace the air filter andinlet piping
as necessary.Refer to Section 4.
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tions andmissing pipe plugs. Checkthe
turbocharger and exhaust manifold mounting.
Refer to Section 3.
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charge air cooler connections, hoses, or'
through holes in the manifold cover and repair
or replace if necessary. Refer to the OEM
service manual.
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Correction
Check the fuel lines, fuel connections, and fuel
filters for leaks. Check the fuel lines to the
supply tanks. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
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source of the restriction. Refer to the OEM
service manual.
Inspect the fuel return lines for restrictions.
Refer to the OEM service manual.
Check the overflow valve. Replace if neces-
sary. Refer to the OEM service manual.
Check the fuel lift pump for correct operation.
Check the pump output pressure. Replace the
fuel lift pump if necessary. Refer to Section A.
Check for air in the fuel system. Tighten or
replace the fuel connections, fuel lines, fuel
tank standpipe and fuel filters as necessary.
Vent air from the system. Refer to Section 5.
Check the vehicle brakes for dragging,
transmission malfunction, cooling fan operation
cycle time. and engine-driven units. Refer to
the OEM service manual.
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Cause
Charge air cooler is restricted or leaking
OK
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Lubricating oil level is above specification
OK
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Contact a Cummins Authorized
Repair Facility
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Correcti on
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or leaks. Refer to Section 4.
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Cause
Engine Runs Rough at Idle
Correction
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perature. If the engine will not reach operating
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Engine mounts are worn, damaged, or not
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the fuel quality is poor
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Repair Facility
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Check and adjust the low-idle screw. Refer to
the OEM service manual.
Check the overflow valve. Replace if neces-
sary. Refer to the OEM service manual.
Inspect the fuel transfer pump. Replace if
necessary. Refer to Section A.
Check for air in the fuel system. Tighten or
replace the fuel connections, fuel lines, fuel
tank standpipe and fuel filters as necessary.
Vent air from the system. Refer to Section 5.
Check the fuel supply line or passage for
sharp bends or restriction.
Check the engine mounts. Refer to the OEM
service manual.
Operate the engine from a tank of high-quality
fuel. Refer to Fuel Recommendations and
Specifications in Section V.
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Cause
Engine Runs Rough or Misfires
Correction
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perature. If the engine will not reach operating
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Air in the fuel system
OK
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Fuel supply line or passage restriction between
the fuel pump and the injectors
OK
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Fuel grade is not correct for the application, or
the fuel quality is poor
OK
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Check for air in the fuel system. Tighten or
replace the fuel connections, fuel lines, fuel
tank standpipe and fuel filters as necessary.
Vent air from the system. Refer to Section 5.
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Check the fuel supply line or passage for
sharp bends or restriction.
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fuel. Refer to Fuel Recommendations and
Specifications in Section V.
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Fuel pump overflow valve is malfunctioning
OK
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Fuel lift pump is malfunctioning
OK
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Engine mounts are worn, damaged, or not
correct
OK
..
Contact a Cummins Authorized
Repair Facility
Check the overflow valve. Replace if neces-
sary. Refer to the OEM service manual.
Check the fuel lift pump for correct operation.
Check the pump output pressure. Replace the
fuel lift pump if necessary. Refer to Section A.
Check the engine mounts. Refer to the OEM
service manual.
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Cause
Engi ne Speed Surges at Low or Hi gh Idle
Correcti on
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the fuel pump and the injectors
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the fuel quality is poor
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Adjust the idle speed. Refer to Section A.
Check for air in the fuel system. Tighten or
replace the fuel connections, fuel lines, fuel
tank standpipe and fuel filters as necessary.
Vent air from the system. Refer to Section 5.
Check the fuel supply line or passage for
sharp bends or restriction.
Operate the engine from a tank of high-quality
fuel. Refer to Fuel Recommendations and
Specifications in Section V.
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Engine Speed Surges Under Load or in Operating Range
Correction
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OK
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Idling with excessive load
OK
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Vehicle parasitics are excessive
OK
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Clutch is malfunctioning or is not correct
OK
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Fuel grade is not correct for the application, or
the fuel quality is poor
OK
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Contact a Cummins Authorized
Repair Facility
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Fill the supply tank. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
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Check for air in the fuel system. Tighten or
replace the fuel connections, fuel lines, fuel
tank standpipe and fuel filters as necessary.
Vent air from the system. Refer to Section 5.
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Use the PTa feature for loaded conditions at
low engine speeds. Refer to Section 1.
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Check the vehicle brakes for dragging,
transmission malfunction, cooling fan operation
cycle time, and engine-driven units. Refer to
the OEM service manual.
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Compare the drivetrain specifications to
Cummins recommendations. Check the clutch
for correct operation. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
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Operate the engine from a tank of high-quality
fuel. Refer to Fuel Recommendations and
Specifications in Section V.
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Section TS -Troubleshooting Symptoms
Cause
Engine Starts But Will Not KeepRunning
Correction
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Engine-driven units are engaged
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Fuel filter or fuel suction line is restricted
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Fuel supply line or passage restriction between
the fuel pump and the injectors
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Fuel grade is not correct for the application, or
the fuel quality is poor
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Repair Facility
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Check and adjust the low-idle screw. Refer to
Section A.
Disengage engine-driven units.
Check for correct solenoid operation. Refer to
the OEM service manual.
Check for air in the fuel system. Tighten or
replace the fuel connections, fuel lines, fuel
tank standpipe and fuel filters as necessary.
Vent air from the system. Refer to Section 5.
Replace the fuel filter. Refer to the OEM
service manual.
Check the fuel supply line or passage for
sharp bends or restriction.
Operate the engine from a tank of high-quality
fuel. Refer to Fuel Recommendations and
Specifications in Section V.
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Engi ne Vi brati on Excessi ve
Correcti on
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Engine not running smoothly
OK
Belt-driven accessories are malfunctioning
OK
Air compressor pumping time is excessive
OK
Engine mounts are worn, damaged, or not
correct
OK
Fan is loose, damaged, or has excessive hub
bearing end play
OK
Vibration damper is damaged
OK
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Alternator bearing worn or damaged
OK
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Repair Facility
Refer to the Engine Runs Rough or Misfires
symptorn tree.
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Check the fan hub, alternator, freon compres-
sor, and hydraulic pump for interference.
Isolate belt-driven accessories, and check for
vibration. Refer to Section 3 and Section 4.
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symptom tree.
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service manual.
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symptom tree.
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Clean and replace the alternator. Refer to the
OEM service manual.
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Cause
Engi ne Wi ll Not Crank or Cranks Slowly (Ai r Starter)
Correcti on
Air pressure is low in the air tanks
OK
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Enqine-driven units are engaged
OK
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Lubricating oil level is above specification
OK
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Lubricating oil does not meet specifications for
operating conditions
OK
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Electrical system is "open" (blown fuses,
broken wires, or loose connections)
OK
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Battery charge is low
OK
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Keyswitch circuit is malfunctioning
OK
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Starter solenoid is not receiving voltage
OK
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Increase air pressure with an external air
source. Refer to the OEM service manual.
Disengage engine-driven units.
Check the oil level. Verify the dipstick calibra-
tion and oil pan capacity. Fill the system to the
specified level. Refer to Section 3.
Change the oil and filters. Refer to Section 4.
Use the oil recommended in Section V.
Check the fuses, wires, and connections. Refer
to the OEM service manual and manufactur-
er's wiring diagram.
Check battery. If the battery is low, check the
alternator for proper charging. Charge the
battery, and replace if necessary. Refer to the
OEM service manual.
Check the vehicle keyswitch circuit. Refer to
the OEM service manual.
Check the battery supply to the starter sole-
noid. Refer to the OEM service manual.
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Cause
Starting motor is malfunctioning, or starting
motor is not correct
OK
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Repair Facility
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I Check the starting motor operation. Compare
the starting motor with the engine and vehicle
specifications. Refer to the manufacturer's
instructions.
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Cause
Engi ne Wi ll Not Crank or Cranks Slowly (Electri c Starter)
Correcti on
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broken, or corroded (excessive resistance)
OK
Electrical system is "open" (blown fuses,
broken wires, or loose connections)
OK
Battery charge is low
OK
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Keyswitch circuit is malfunctioning
OK
Starter solenoid is not receiving voltage
OK
Engine-driven units are engaged
OK
Lubricating oil level is above specification
OK
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(Continued)
Check the battery cables and connections.
Check the fuses, wires, and connections. Refer
to the OEM service manual and manufactur-
er's wiring diagram.
Check battery. If the battery is low, check the
alternator for proper charging. Charge the
battery, and replace if necessary. Refer to the
OEM service manual.
Check the vehicle keyswitch circuit. Refer to
the OEM service manual.
Check the battery supply to the starter sole-
noid. Refer to the OEM service manual.
Disengage engine-driven units.
Check the oil level. Verify the dipstick calibra-
tion and oil pan capacity. Fill the system to the
specified level. Refer to Section 3.
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CB.3Industrial
Section TS -Troubleshooting Symptoms
Cause
Engi ne Wi ll Not Reach Rated Speed (RPM)
Correction
Vehicle speed is too lowfor adequate cooling
with highengine load
OK
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Throttle linkage adjustment is not correct
OK
Tachometer is not calibrated or is malfunction-
ing
OK
Air-fuel tube leaking, wastegate diaphragm
ruptured, or wastegate plumbing damaged
OK
Charge air cooler restricted (if equipped)
OK
Fuel supply is not adequate
OK
Fuel shutoff lever (mechanical) partially
engaged
OK
Exhaust back pressure too high
OK
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(Continued)
Reduce the engine load.Increase the engine
(fan) rpmby downshifting.
Check throttle linkage adjustment. Refer to the
OEM service manual.
Compare the tachometer reading with a
handheld tachometer or an electronic service
tool reading. Calibrate or replace the tachom-
eter as necessary. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
Tighten the fittings, repair plumbing, replace
wastegate diaphragm. Refer to the OEM
service manual or an Authorized Cummins
Repair Facility.
Inspect the air cooler for internal andexternal
restrictions. Replace the restricted cooler if
necessary. Refer to the OEM service manual.
Check the flowthroughthe filter to locate the
source of the restriction.Refer to the OEM
service manual.
Make sure fuel shutoff lever is in the RUN
position. Replace if necessary.Reter to the
OEM service manual.
Measure and correctif above specification.
Refer to an AuthorizedCummins Repair
Facility.
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Troubleshooti ng Symptoms Charts
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Engi ne Wi ll Not Reach Rated Speed (RPM) (Conti nued)
Cause
Fuel transfer pump malfunctioning
OK
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Vehicle parasitics are excessive
OK
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Correcti on
Inspect the fuel transfer pump. Replace if
necessary. Refer to Section A.
Check the vehicle brakes for dragging,
transmission malfunction, cooling fan operation
cycle time, and engine-driven units. Refer to
the OEM service manual.
Engine power output is low I Refer to the Engine Power Outlet Low symp-
L_ ~ L-_to_m__t_re_e_- ~
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Repair Facility
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Cause
Engi ne Wi ll Not Shut Off
Correcti on
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Engine running on fumes drawn into the air
intake
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Check for loose wires and verify that the fuel
shutoff valve is functioning. Check to be sure
manual shutoff lever is in the run position.
Refer to the OEM service manual.
Inspect the air intake ducts. Locate and isolate
the source of the fumes. Make repairs as
needed. Refer to the OEM service manual.
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filters for leaks using the combustible gas
L.
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Troubleshooting Symptoms Charts
Page TS-41
Exhaust Smoke Excessive Under Load
Cause Correction
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OK
Air in the fuel system
OK
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Check for air in the fuel system. Tighten or
replace the fuel connections, fuel lines, fuel
tank standpipe and fuel filters as necessary.
Vent air from the system. Refer to Section 5.
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OK
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Turbocharger is malfunctioning
OK
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Check intake and exhaust systems for loose or
damaged piping connections and/or missing
pipe plugs. Check turbocharger and exhaust
manifold mounting. Refer to the OEM service
manual.
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an electronic service tool. Refer to the OEM
service manual or an Authorized Cummins
Repair Facility.
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Air-fuel (AFC) control is leaking or obstructed
OK
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Repair Facility
Allow the engine to warm to operating tem-
perature. If the engine will not reach operating
temperature, refer to the Coolant Temperature
Below Normal symptom tree.
Check the AFC for leaks. Repair any leaks
found, if necessary. Check and clean AFC
tubing and fittings for obstructions. Refer to
the OEM service manual or an Authorized
Cummins Repair Facility.
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C8.3 Industrial
Section TS - Troubleshooting Symptoms
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Fuel Consumption Excessive
Correction
Operator technique is not correct
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Fuel leak filters for leaks. Check the fuel lines to the
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tion
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Equipment and environmental factors are
affecting fuel consumption
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Lubricating oil level is above specification
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Repair Facility
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Check the hubometer and odometer calibra-
tions. Calibrate or replace the hubometer or
odometer, if necessary. Calculate fuel con-
sumption with new mileage figures.
Check for loose or damaged piping connec-
tions and missing pipe plugs. Check the
turbocharger and exhaust manifold mounting.
Refer to Section 3.
Check the air intake system for restriction.
Clean or replace the air filter and inlet piping
as necessary. Refer to Section 4.
Consider ambient temperatures, wind, tire size,
axle alignment. routes, and use of aerody-
namic aids when evaluating fuel consumption.
Check the oil level. Verify the dipstick calibra-
tion and oil pan capacity. Fill the system to the
specified level. Refer to Section V.
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Cause
Fuel i n the Lubri cati ng Oi l
Correcti on
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OK
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Low oil and coolant temperatures can be
caused by long idle time (greater than 10
minutes). Shut off the engine rather than idle
for long periods. If idle time is necessary, raise
the idle speed.
Check the bulk oil supply. Drain the oil and
replace with noncontaminated oil. Replace the
oil filter(s). Refer to Section 4.
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Fuel or Lubri cati ng Oi l Leaki ng From Exhaust Mani fold
Correcti on
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OK
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Turbocharger drain line is restricted
OK
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Turbocharger oil seal is leaking
OK
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Repair Facility
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Check the air intake system for restriction.
Refer to the OEM service manual.
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Remove the turbocharger drain line, and check
for restriction. Clean or replace the drain line.
Refer to the OEM service manual or an
Authorized Cummins Repair Facility.
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Check the turbocharger for oil seals and for
leaks. Refer to the OEM service manual or an
Authorized Cummins Repair Facility.
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CB.3Industrial
Section TS -Troubleshooting Symptoms
Cause
Intake Mani fold Ai r Temperature Above Speci fi cati on
Correcti on
Charge air cooler fins, radiator fins, or air
conditioner condenser fins are damaged or
obstructedwith debris
OK
Coldweather radiator cover or winterfront is
closed
OK
Fan drive belt or water pump belt is broken
OK
Fan shroud is damaged or missing, or the air
recirculation baffles are damaged or missing
OK
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Radiator shutters are not opening completely
or the shutterstat setting is wrong
OK
Vehicle speedis too lowfor adequate cooling
with highengine load
OK
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Vehicle cooling systemis not adequate
OK
Intake manifoldtemperature gauge is malfunc-
tioning, if equipped
OK
(Continued)
Inspect the charge air cooler, air conditioner
condenser, andradiator fins. Clean, if neces-
sary. Refer to Section 4 and the OEM service
manual.
Open the coldweather radiator cover or the
winterfront. Maintain a minimumof 784 ern"
[122 in
2
). or approximately 28 x28 cm[11 x 11
in]. of opening atall times. Refer to Section 1.
Check the fan drive belt andwater pump belt.
Replace the belts if necessary. Refer to
Section A.
Inspect the shroudand the recirculation
baffles. Repair, replace, or install, if necessary.
Refer to the OEM service manual.
Inspect the radiator shutters. Repair or replace
if necessary. Refer to the manufacturer's
instructions. Check the shutterstat setting.
Refer to the OEM service manual.
Reduce the engine load. Increase the engine
(fan) rpm by downshifting.
Verifythat the engine andvehicle cooling
systems are using the correct components.
Refer to the OEM vehicle specifications.
Testthe temperature gauge. Refer to the OEM
service manual.
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Cause
Intake Mani fold Pressure (Boost) i s Below Normal
Correcti on
Air intake or exhaust leaks
OK
Air intake system restriction is above specifica-
tion
OK
Charge air cooler is restricted or leaking
OK
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Contact a Cummins Authorized
Repair Facility
Check for loose or damaged piping connec-
tions and missing pipe plugs. Check the
turbocharger and exhaust manifold mounting.
Refer to Section 4.
Check the air intake system for restriction.
Clean or replace the air filter and inlet piping
as necessary. Refer to Section 4 and Section
A.
Inspect the charge air cooler for air restrictions
or leaks. Refer to Section 4.
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Crankcase ventilation system is plugged
OK
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Lubricating oil does not meet specifications for
operating conditions
OK
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Lubricating oil drain interval is excessive
OK
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Lubricating oil leak (external)
OK
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Verify the oil consumption rate
OK
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Air compressor is pumping lubricating oil into
the air system
OK
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Contact a Cummi ns Authori zed
Repair Facility
Check and clean the crankcase breather and
vent tube. Refer to Section 3.
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Use the oil recommended in Section V.
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Refer to Section 2.
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Tighten the capscrews, pipe plugs, and fittings.
Replace gaskets, if necessary. Refer to Section
V for specifications.
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mileage.
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lubricating oil. Refer to Section 7.
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l.lJbri cati ng Oi l Contami nated
Correcti on
Lubricating oil sludge is excessive
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symptom tree.
Change the oil and filters. Refer to Section 4.
Use the oil recommended in Section V.
Check the fuel lift pump for correct operation.
Check the pump output pressure. Replace the
fuel lift pump if necessary. Refer to Section A.
Check the bulk oil supply. Drain the oil and
replace with noncontaminated oil. Replace the
oil filter(s). Refer to Section 4.
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OK
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Lubricating oil level is belowspecification
OK
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Lubricating oil does not meet specifications for
operating conditions
OK
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Lubricating oil cooler is leaking
OK
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Air compressor is pumping lubricating oil into
the air system
OK
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Inspect the engine for external oil leaks.
Tighten the capscrews, pipe plugs, andfittings.
Replace gaskets, if necessary. Refer to the
OEM service manual.
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tion andthe oil pan capacity. Fill the systemto
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Use the oil recommended in Section V.
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leaks andcracks. Refer to the OEM service
manual or an Authorized Cummins Repair
Facility.
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lubricating oil. Refer to the OEM service
manual or an Authorized Cummins Repair
Facility.
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Turbocharger oil seal is leaking
OK
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Repair Facility
Check for excessive blowby.Refer to the OEM
service manual or an Authorized Cummins
Repair Facility.
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leaks.Refer to the OEM service manual or an
Authorized Cummins Repair Facility.
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Cause
Lubri cati ng Oi l Pressure Hi gh
Correcti on
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Allow the engine to warm to operating tem-
perature. If the engine will not reach operating
L
E_n_g_i_n~e~is-c-O-I-d--------------~ ..... L_ _te_m __p_e_r_at_u_r_e_,_re_f_e_r_t_o_t_h_e_C __o_o_la_n_t_TI_e_m __p_e_r_a_tu_r_e __ ~ . Below Normal symptom tree.
OK
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Coolant temperature is below specification
OK
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Lubricating oil does not meet specifications for
operating conditions
OK
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Lubricating oil pressure switch, gauge, or
sensor is malfunctioning or is not in the
correct location
OK
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Contact a Cummins Authorized
Repair Facility
Refer to the Coolant Temperature Below
Normal symptom tree.
Change the oil and filters. Refer to Section 4.
Use the oil recommended in Section V.
Check the oil pressure switch, gauge, or
sensor for correct operation and location. Refer
to the OEM service manual.
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Lubri cati ng Oi l Pressure Low
Correcti on
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specification
OK
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Lubricating oil does not meet specifications tor
operating conditions
OK
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Lubricating oil is diluted with water
OK
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Lubricating oil viscosity not correct
OK
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Lubricating oil filter is plugged
OK
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Lubricating oil is contaminated with coolant or
fuel
OK
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Lubricating oil leak (external)
OK
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Lubricating oil level is above or belowspecifi-
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OK
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Use the oil recommended in Section V.
Checkfor a missing dipstick, rain caps, or oil
fill caps.Change the oil. Refer to the OEM
service manual.
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used. Refer to Section 4.
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Verifythe oil change interval is correct. Refer
to Section 2.
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Tighten the capscrews, pipe plugs, andtittings.
Replace gaskets, if necessary. Refer to Section
V for specifications. 1
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Checkthe oil level. Add or drain oil, it neces-
sary.Reter to Section 3. Checkthe dipstick
calibration.
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Cause
lubri cati ng Oi l Sludge i n the Crankcase Excessi ve
Correcti on
Bulk oil supply is contaminated
OK
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Coolant temperature is below specification
OK
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Crankcase ventilation system is plugged
OK
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Fuel grade is not correct for the application, or
the fuel quality is poor
OK
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Lubricating oil does not meet specifications for
operating conditions
OK
-
Contact a Cummins Authorized
Repair Facility
Check the bulk oil supply. Drain the oil and
replace with noncontaminated oil. Replace the
oil filter(s). Refer to Section 4.
Refer to the Coolant Temperature Below
Normal symptom tree.
Check and clean the crankcase breather and
vent tube. Refer to Section 3.
Operate the engine from a tank of high-quality
fuel. Refer to Fuel Recommendations and
Specifications in Section V.
Change the oil and filters. Refer to Section 4.
Use the oil recommended in Section V.
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Smoke, Black - Excessi ve
Correcti on
Air intake system restriction is above specifica-
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Clean or replace the air filter and inlet piping
as necessary. Refer to Section 4.
Check for loose or damaged piping connec-
tions and missing pipe plugs. Check the
turbocharger and exhaust manifold mounting.
Refer to Section 4.
Inspect the charge air cooler for air restrictions
or leaks. Refer to Section 4.
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.Troubleshooting Symptoms Charts
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Smoke, White - Excessive
Correction
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Starting procedure is not correct
OK
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Engine is cold
OK
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Engine is operating at lowambient temperature
OK
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Starting aid is malfunctioning
OK
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Coolant temperature is belowspecification
OK
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Fuel grade is not correct for the application, or
the fuel quality is poor
OK
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Air intake or exhaust leaks
OK
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Air intake systemrestriction is above specifica-
tion
OK
(Continued)
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Section 1.
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perature.If the engine will not reachoperating
temperature, refer to the Coolant Temperature
BelowNormal symptomtree.
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hoodair.Use under-the-hood intake air in cold
weather.Refer to ColdWeather Operation,
Bulletin 3387266, and Section 1.
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Refer to ColdWeather Starting Aids in Section
1.Refer to the manufacturer's instructions.
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Normal symptomtree.
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fuel. Refer to Fuel Recommendations and
Specifications in Section V.
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Checkfor loose or damaged piping connec-
tions and missing pipe plugs. Check the
turbocharger andexhaust manifold mounting.
Refer to Section 3.
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Clean or replace the air filter and inlet piping
as necessary.Refer to Section 4.
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Engine is operating for extended periods under
light or no-load conditions (slobbering)
OK
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Lubricating oil or fuel is entering the turbo-
charger
OK
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Turbocharger drain line is restricted
OK
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Turbocharger oil supply line loose or leaking
OK
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Repair Facility
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Refer to Section 1.
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check for oil or fuel.
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for restriction. Clean or replace the drain line.
Refer to an Authorized Cummins Repair
Facility.
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necessary. Refer to an Authorized Cummins
Repair Facility.
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Secti on V ...Mai ntenance Speci fi cati ons
Section Contents
Page
Air Intake System V-2
Specifications V-2
Capscrew Markings and Torque Values '" V-13
CapscrewMarkings andTorque Values -Metric V-14
Ca.pscrewMarkings andTorque Values -U.S. Customary V-1S
General Information V-13
Coolant Recommendations and Specifications V-S
Cooling SystemAdditives V-8
Cooling SystemSoluble Oils V-10
FullyFormulatedCoolant/Antifreeze V-5
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General Information '" V-2 I
Fuel Filters V-3
Lubricating Oil Filter V-3
Drive Belt Tension V-11
Tension Chart V-11
Electrical System........................................................................................................................ V-2
Batteries (Specific Gravity) V-2
Specifications V-2
Engine Component Torque Values V-11
Torque Table V-11
Exhaust System........................................................................................................................... V-2
Specifications V-2
Fuel Recommendations and Specifications V-3
Fuel Recommendations V-3
Fuel System V-1
Specifications V-1
General Engine............. . V-1
Specifications . V-1
Lubricating Oil Recommendations and Specifications.... V-3
General Information V-4
NewEngine Break-in Oils V-3
Lubricating Oil System V-1
Specifications V-1
Sealants................................ V-12
General Information V-12
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General Engine
Page V-1
General Engine
Specifications
General Engine Data
Bore 114mm[4.49 in]
Stroke 135mm[5.32 in]
Displacement __.._. _._. . ._._.._ _..__. _._._._ .._.._.__.__8.27 liters 1504.7C.l.D.]
Engine Weight (dry) with Standard Accessories 603 to 612 kg [1330 to 1350 lb]
WetWeight _ _ 635 to 658 kg [1400 to 1450 lb]
Firing Order _ _ _ _ 1-5-3-6-2-4
Valve Clearances:
Intake ......................................................................................... _ 0.30 mm[0.012 in]
Exhaust _ _ _ 0.61 mm[0.024 in]
Rotation, Viewed fromthe Front of the Engine .. Clockwise
Compression Ratio:
Naturally Aspirated '" _............. 16.4:1
Turbocharged _.. 17.3:1
Turbocharged/Aftercooled 16.5:1
Charge Air Cooled _ 18.0:1
Fuel System
Specifications
Maximum Fuel Filter Pressure Drop across Filters 34 kPa [5 psi]
Maximum Inlet Restriction to Fuel Transfer Pump 100 mmHg [4 in Hg]
Maximum Allowable Return Line Restriction 518 mmHg [20.4 in Hg]
Lubricating Oil System
Specifications
Oil Pressure:
At LowIdle (minimum allowable) _ 69 kPa[10 psig]
At Rated Speed (minimumallowable) _.. 207 kPa130psig]
Regulated Pressure 517 kPa [75 psi)
Oil Capacity of Standard Engine:
Standard Oil Pan
Pan Only 18.9 liters [20 qt]
Total SystemCapacity _ 19.9 liters [21 qt]
Standard Oil Pan with Cylinder Block Stiffener Plate
Pan Only 19.9 liters [21 qt]
Oit Pan Lowto High:
Standard Oil Pan _ 15.1 to 18.9 liters [16 to 20 qt]
Standard Oil Pan with Cylinder Block Stiffener Plate 16.1 to 19.9 liters [17 to 21 qt]
NOTE: Some applications have aslightly different oil pan capacity. Contactthe local Cummins Distributor if there are
any questions.
Oil Pressure
At Idle Speed-Minimum - 69 kPa [10psi]
Normal Operating Range 205 to 517 kPa[30 to 75 psi]
MaximumAllowable Oil Temperature 120C [250F]
Oil Pan Capacity High/Low _ _ 17/13 liters [18/14 qt]
Total SystemCapacity (excluding bypass filter) 21.9 liters [23.2 qt]
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Section V - Maintenance Specifications
Maximum Operational Angularity of Oil Pan (see Engine Mounting)
Front Down 45 degrees
Front Up 35 degrees
Side to Side 45 degrees
Cooling System
Specifications
Coolant Capacity (engine only) 10.9 liters [11.5 qt]
Standard Modulating Thermostat - Range 84 to 91 DC [184 to 195
D
F]
Maximum Allowable Operating Temperature 100
D
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Minimum Recommended Operating Temperature 70
D
C [158
D
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Minimum Recommended Pressure Cap 50 kPa [7 psi]
Air Intake System
Specifications
Maximum Intake Restriction (clean air filter element)
Maximum Intake Restriction (dirty air filter element) 635 mm H20 [25.0 in H20]
Exhaust System
Specifications
Maximum Exhaust Back Pressure 76 mm Hg [3 in Hg]
Electrical System
Specifications
Recommended Battery Capacity
System Voltage Ambient Temperature
12VDC
24 VDC (2)
Cold Cranking
Amperes
1250
625
Reserve Capacity
(Minutes) (1)
360
180
Reserve Capacity
(Minutes) (1)
360
180
Cold Cranking
Amperes
1875
900
1. The number of plates within a given battery size determines reserve capacity. Reserve capacity is the
length of time for which a battery at 27DC [80Fl can supply 25 amperes at 10.5 volts or greater.
2. CCA ratings are based on two 12-VDC batteries in series.
Batteries (Specific Gravity)
Specific Gravity at 27C State of Charge
[80Fj
1.260 to 1.280 100%
1.230 to 1.250 750/0
1.200 to 1.220 50%
1.170 to 1.190 25%
1.110to 1.130 Discharged
Cummins/Fleetguard Specifications
General Information
Fleetguard is a subsidiary of Cummins Inc. Heetquardw filters are developed through joint testing at Cummins and
Fleetquard" Fleetguard filters are standard on new Cummins engines. Cummins Inc. recommends their use.
Fleetguard products meet all Cummins Source Approval Test standards to provide the quality filtration necessary to
achieve the engine's design life. If other brands are substituted, insist on products that the supplier has tested to meet
Cummins high-quality standards.
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Section V Maintenance Specifications
Fuel Recommendations and Specifications
Page V~3
Cummins can not be responsible for problems caused bynongenuine filters that do not meetCummins performance
or durability requirements.
Fuel Filters
Fuel Filter:
Cummins PartNumber 3931063
Fleetquardw Part Number FF5052.
Fuel-Water Separator:
Cummins PartNumber 3930942
Fleetguard Part Number FS12BO.
Lubricating Oil Filter
Cummins Part Number 3401544
Fleetquardw Part Number LF9D09.
Fuel Recommendations and Specifications
Fuel Recommendations
.& WARNING A
Do not mix gasoline, alcohol, or gasohol with diesel fuel. This mixture can cause an explosion.
A CAUTION A
Due to theprecise tolerances of diesel injection systems, it is extremely important that the fuel be kept clean
and free of dirt or water. Dirt or water in the system can cause severe damage to both the fuel pump and the
fuel injectors.
A CAUTION A
Lighter fuels can reduce fuel economy and can possibly damage the fuel injection pump.
Cummins Engine Company, Inc.recommends the use ofASTMNo.20 fuel.The useofNo.20 fuel will resultin optimum
engine performance. -
Atoperating temperatures belowDOC[32F], acceptable performance can be obtainedbyusing blends of No.20 and
No. 10.
The viscosity of the fuel must be kept above 1.3cSt at40C [104F] to provide adequate fuel systemlubrication.
The following chart lists acceptable alternate fuels for CB.3Series engines.
Acceptable Substitute Fuels -Cummins C8.3 Fuel System
No. 10 No. 20 No. 1K J et-A J el-A1 J P-5 J P-8 J et-B J P-4 CITE
Diesel(l )(2) Diesel Kerosene
OK OK OK OK OK OK OK NOT OK NOT OK NOT OK
1 Anyadjustment to compensate for reduced performance with afuel systemusmqalternate fuel IS not warrantable.
2. Wlnler blendfuels, such as those found at commercial fuel dispensing outlets, are combinations of No.10 andNo.2Ddiesel fuel
andare
acceptable.
Additional information for fuel recommendations andspecifications can befoundin Fuel for Cummins Engines, Bulletin
No.3379001.See the ordering information in the back of this manual.
Lubricating Oil Recommendations and Specifications
New Engine Break-in Oils
A CAUTION A
A sulfated ash limit of 1.85 percent has been placed on all engine lubricating oils recommended for use in
Cummins engines. Higher ashoils can cause valve andlor piston damage andleadto excessive oil consumption.
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Section V - Maintenance Specifications
.6.. CAUTION .6..
The use of a synthetic-based oil does not justify extended oil change intervals. Extended oil change intervals
can decrease engine life due to factors such as corrosion, deposits, and wear.
Special "break-in" engine lubricating oils are not recommended for newor rebuilt Cummins engines. Use the same
type of oil during the "break-in" as used in normal operation.
Additional information regarding lubricating oil availability throughout the world is available in the E.M.A. Lubricating
Oils Data Book for Heavy-Duty Automotive and Industrial Engines. The data book can be ordered from the Engine
Manufacturers Association, One Illinois Center, 111 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL U.S.A. 60601. The telephone
number is (312) 644-6610.
Arctic Operation Engine Oil
If an engine is operated in ambient temperatures consistently below -23C [-9F). and there are no provisions to keep
the engine warm when it is not in operation, use asynthetic CE/SF or higher APIclassification engine oil with adequate
low-temperature properties such as 5W-20 or 5W-30.
The oil supplier is responsible for meeting the performance service specification represented with its product.
General Information
Midrange engines with 1999 U.S.A. certification will have 500-hour maximum oil drain intervals using CES20071 (CH-4)
or better lubricating oil.
Non-U.S.A. certified engines will have 500-hour oil drain intervals using CES20071 (CH-4) or better lubricating oil.
The use of quality engine lubricating oils, combined with appropriate oil drain and filter change intervals, are critical
factors in maintaining engine performance and durability.
Cummins Engine Company, Inc. recommends the use of a high-quality SAE 15W-40 muitiviscosity heavy-duty engine
oil, such as Cummins Premium Blue"'), that meets the requirements of Cummins Engineering Specification CES20071
or CES20076, or the American Petroleum Institute (API) performance classification CG-4 or CH-4.
NOTE: In areas where CG-4 or CH-4 lubricating oils are not available, CES20075 can be used but the lubricating oil
change interval must be reduced to 12,070 km [7500 mil. or 250 hours.
A sulfated ash limit of 1.0 mass percent is suggested for optimum valve and piston deposit and oil consumption control.
The sulfated ash must not exceed 1.85 mass percent.
For further details and discussion of engine lubricating oils for Cummins engines, refer to Cummins Engine Oil
Recommendations, Bulletin No. 3810340, or a Cummins Authorized Repair Facility.
CB.3 Industrial
Section V - Maintenance Specifications
The API service symbols are shown in the accompanying
illustration. The upper half of the symbol displays the ap-
propriate oil categories.
The lower half can contain a description of oil energy con-
serving features.
The center section identifies the SAE oil viscosity grade.
A s the engine oil becomes contaminated, essential oil ad-
ditives are depleted. Lubricating oils protect the engine as
long as these additives are functioning properly. Progres-
sive contamination between oil and filter change intervals
is normal. The amount of contamination will vary depend-
ing on the operation of the engine, kilometers or [miles] on
the oil, fuel consumed, and new oil added.
Extending oil and filter change intervals beyond the rec-
ommendations will decrease engine life due to factors such
as corrosion, deposits, and wear.
Refer to the Oil Drain Interval Chart in this section to de-
termine which oil drain interval to use for an application.
Coolant Recommendati ons and
Speci fi cati ons
Fully Formulated Coolantl Anti freeze
Cummins Engine Company, Inc. recommends using either
a 50/50 mixture of high-quality water and fully formulated
antifreeze or fully formulated coolant when filling the cool-
ing system. The fully formulated antifreeze or coolant must
meet TMC RP 329 or TMC RP 330 specifications.
Coolant Recommendations and Specifications
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Wimer Conditions
The use of low-viscosity oils, such as 10W or 10W-30, can ~
be used to aid in starting the engine and in providing
sufficient oil flow at ambient temperatures below 5C
[23F). However, continuous use of low-viscosity oils can
decrease engine life due to wear. Refer to the accompa- All SeBliOns
nying chart.
A rctic Conditions
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Water Quality
Calcium
Maximum 170 ppm
Magnesium
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A CAUTION A.
High-quality water is important for cooling system per-
formance. Excessive levels of calcium and magnesium
contribute to scaling problems, and excessive levels of
chlorides and sulfates cause cooling system corrosion.
Cummins Engine Company, Inc. recommends using
Fleetquard" Compleat. It is available in both glycol forms
(ethylene and propylene) andcomplies with TMC standards.
Fully formulated antifreeze must be mixed with high-quality
water at a 50/50 ratio (40- to 60-percent working range). A
50/50 mixture of antifreeze and water has a 3GoG 1- 33F]
freezing point and a 110C [230F] boiling point, which is
adequate for North America. The actual lowest freezing
point of ethylene glycol antifreeze is at 68 percent. Using
higher concentrations of antifreeze will raise the freezing
point of the solution and increase the possibility of asilicate
gel problem .
A refractometer must be used to measure the freezing
point of the coolant accurately.
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Do not use afloating ball hydrometer.Use ofafloating ball
hydrometer can give an incorrect reading.
Coolant Recommendati ons and Speci fi cati ons
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Specifications
Use alow-silicate antifreeze that meets ASTM4985 test (GM6038M specification) criteria.
Concentration
Antifreeze must be used in anyclimate for both treezinq- and boiling-point protection. Cummins recommends a
50-percent concentration level (40-to 60-percent range) of ethylene glycol or propylene glycol in most climates.
Antifreeze at 58-percent concentration provides the maximumfreeze protection and must never be exceeded under
anycondition. Antifreeze protection decreases above 68 percent.
Ethylene Glycol
40% equals -23C [-9F]
50% equals -3J OC[-35F]
60% equals -54C [-65F]
68% equals -71C [-96F]
Concentration Testing
Antifreeze concentration must be checked using arefractometer (suchas Fleetquard"PartNo.CC2800). "Floating-
Ball"-type density testers or hydrometers are not accurate enough for use with heavy-dutydiesel cooling systems.
Propylene Glycol
40% equals -21C [-6F]
50% equals -33C [.27F]
60% equals -49C [-56F]
68% equals -63C [-81F]
Coolant Change Recommendation
The coolant must be drained andreplacedevery2 years or 385,000 km[239,227mil to eliminate buildup of harmful
chemicals.
Cooling System Additives
Supplemental Coolant Additives (SCA)
Supplemental coolant additives (SeA) are recommendedfor all Cummins cooling systems.Antifreeze alone does not
provide sufficient protection for heavy-dutydiesel engines.
DCA4
DCA4is the recommended SeA for all Cummins engines.Other brands can be usedif theyprovide adequate engine
protection and do not cause seal or gasketdegradation or corrosion/fouling.
SeA Concentration
The recommended concentration level of DCA4is 1.5 units for every3.7 liters [1 gal).The DCA4concentration must
never exceed 3.0 units tor every3.7 liters [1 gal] nor fall below1.2 units for every3.7 liters [1 gal].
DCA4 Filter Change Interval
Supplemental coolant additives deplete during normal engine operation. Cummins recommends that the level be
maintainedbyinstallation of aservice coolantfilter on the engine atevery10,OOO-km[6214mil. 250hours, or 3-month
interval.
DCA4 Concentration Test
A s notedabove, the primarymethodis to maintain proper DCA4concentration levels bychanging the service coolant
filter at every 10,000 km[6214 mil. 250 hours, or 3 months. Heetquard" DCA4"dipstick"test kit, Part No. CC2626,
or Fleetguardl!<) Monitor C", PartNo.CC2700, must be usediftesting is deemednecessarydue to one ofthe following
reasons:
Additio'n of untreated make-upcoolant in excess of 5.7 liters [6 qt] between maintenance intervals
Troubleshooting of cooling systemproblems in the fleet (such as corrosion or seal leakage)
An optional programin some fleets to monitor SCAlevels to determine if maintenance intervals are acceptable.
NOTE: The practice of using a test kit to determine when to add or change the coolant filter is specifically not
recommended. No other test kit(suchas Fleetguardtitration test kit, PartNo.3300846-S or 3825379-S)can be used
on Cummins engines with DCA4.
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Coolant Recommendations and Specifications
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Flee!g_uardPart No. Cummins Part No. DCA4 Units
WF-2070 3318157 2
WF-2071 3315116 4
WF-2072 3318201 6
WF-2073 3315115 8
WF-2074 3316053 12
WF-2077 None 0
*If DCA 60L is used, do not use a coolant filter that contains coolant additives. The combination of liquid
and filter coolant additives will result in overconcentration.
DCA4 Maintenance Guide
Maintenance Intervals
Total Cooling System Ca- Initial Charge (8) 10,000 km [6000 mil, 250
pacity Hours, or 3 Months
30 to 57 liters [8 to 15 gal] WF-2074 WF-2070
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B. After draining and replacing the coolant, install the initial per-charge coolant filter to provide the recommended I
level of DCA4 concentration.
C. Change the coolant filter at regular intervals to protect the cooling system.
D. Check the coolant additive concentration regularly. Check the cooling system using Fleetquardw DCA4 only with I
DCA4 coolant test kit, Part No.CC-2626.
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Cooli ng System Seali ng Addi ti ves
Do not use sealing additives in the cooling system. The use
of sealing additives will
Build up in coolant low-flow areas
Clog coolant filters
Plug radiator and oil cooler
Possibly damage water pump seal.
Cooli ng System Soluble Oi ls
Do not use soluble oils in the cooling system. The use of
soluble oils will
Allow cylinder liner pitting
Corrode brass and copper
Damage heat transfer surfaces
Damage seals and hoses.
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Section V Maintenance Specifications
Drive Belt Tension
Page V-ll
Drive Belt Tension
Tension Chart
SAE Belt Size Belt Tension Gauge Part No. Belt Tension New Belt Tension Range Used"
Click-type Burroughs N Ibf N Ibf
0.380 in 3822524 620 140 270 to 490 60 to 110
0.440 in 3822524 620 140 270 to 490 60 to 110
1/2 in 3822524 ST-1138 620 140 270 to 490 60 to 110
11/16 in 3822524 ST-1138 620 140 270 to 490 60 to 110
3/4 in 3822524 ST-1138 620 140 270 to 490 60 to 110
7/8 in 3822524 ST-1138 620 140 270 to 490 60 to 110
4 rib 3822524 ST-1138 620 140 270 to 490 60 to 110
5 rib 3822524 ST-1138 670 150 270 to 530 60 to 120
6 rib 3822525 ST-1293 710 160 290 to 580 65 to 130
8 rib 3822525 ST-1293 890 200 360 to 710 80 to 160
10 rib 3822525 3823138 1110 250 440 to 890 100 to 200
12 rib 3822525 3823138 1330 300 530 to 1070 120 to 240
12 rib K section 3822525 3823138 1330 300 890 to 1070 200 to 240
NOTE: This chart does not apply to automatic belt tensioners .
A belt is considered used if it has been in service for ten minutes or longer.
If used belt tension is less than the minimum value, tighten the belt to the maximum used belt value.
Engine Component Torque Values
Torque Table
Comeonent Wrench Size Torgue Value
Nem ft-Ib in-Ib
Attercooler mounting 10 mm 24 18
Aftercooler water hose clamp 8 mm 5 44
Alternator link (Delco 10-15 SI) 13 mm 24 18
Alternator link (Delco 20-27 SI) 3/4 in 43 32
Alternator mtg. bolt 10-15 SI 15 mm 43 32
Alternator mtg. 27 SI 18 mm 77 57
Alternator support (upper) 10 mm 24 18
Belt tensioner flat bracket Allen 5 mm 24 18
Belt tensioner mounting 15 mm 43 32
Crankshaft damper and pulley 15 mm 137 101
Crossover clamp 5/16 in 5 44
Tee bolt type clamp 11 mm 8 71
Exhaust outlet pipe. v-band clamp 7/16 in 8 71
Fan bracket mounting 10 mm 24 18
Fan pulley 10 mm 24 18
Fan pulley 13 rnrn 43 32
Fuel filter 75 to 85 mm Install as specified by filter manufac-
turer.
Fuel filter adapter nut 24 rnrn 32 24
lubricating oil filter 75 to 85 mm 3/4 of a turn after contact
Lubricating oil cooler assembly 10 rnrn 24 18
Lubricating oil pan drain plug 17 rnrn 80 59
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Component Wrench Si ze Torque Value
Nm ft-Ib
27 mm 80 59
19 mm 80 59
10 mm 43 32
10 mm 24 18
15 mm 43 32
13 mm 24 18
15 mm 12
19 mm Hand-tighten
Sealants
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Lubricating oil pan heater plug
Lubricating oil pressure regulator plug
Starter mounting
Thermostat housing
Water inlet connection
Water pump mounting
Rocker lever (valve) cover
Water-in-fuel (WIF) sensor
General Informati on
Use either the sealants listed below or sealants containing equivalent properties.
Item Descri pti on Seali ng Method
1. Pipe plugs
2. Gaskets
3. Cups plugs
Precoated Teflon" or pipe sealer
No sealant required
Loctite 277 or Cummins sealant, Part Number
3375068
Lubriplate'" 105
Loctite 277 or Cummins sealant, Part Number
3375068
Loctite 242
Loctite 277 or Cummins sealant, Part Number
3375068
Loctite 277 or Cummins sealant, Part Number
3375068
Three-Bond'" sealant, Part Number 3823494
No sealant required
No sealant required
Loctite 277 or Cummins sealant, Part Number
3375068
Three-Bond" sealant, Part Number 3823494
4. O-rings
5. Rear camshaft expansion plug
6. Fuel pump studs
7. Turbocharger drain (in block)
8. Dipstick tube (in block)
9. Wet flywheel housing to block
10. Rear seal (in rear cover)
11.Timing pin housing capscrews
12. Side oil fill
13. Oil pan at gear housing joint
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Capscrew Markings and Torque Values
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being replaced. Using the wrong capscrews can result in engine damage.
Metric capscrews and nuts are identified by the grade number stamped on the head of the capscrew or on the surface
of the nuts. U.S. Customary capscrews are identified by radial lines stamped on the head of the capscrew.
The following examples indicate how capscrews are identified:
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Distance betwee n Ihrsads in millimelB rll
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Lenqtb in Inches
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Always use the torque values listed in the following tables when specific torque values are not available.
Do not use the torque values in place of those specified in other sections of this manual.
The torque values in the table are based on the use of lubricated threads.
When the ft-Ib value is less than 10, convert the ft-Ib value to in-lb to obtain a better torque with an in-Ib
torque wrench. Example: 6 ft-Ib equals 72 in-lb.
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6 9 5 7 4 13 10 7 4 14 9 7 4
7 14 9 11 7 18 14 11 7 23 18 11 7
8 23 17 18 14 33 25 18 14 40 29 18 14
10 45 33 30 25 65 50 30 25 70 50 30 25
12 80 60 55 40 115 85 55 40 125 95 55 40
14 125 90 90 65 180 133 90 65 195 145 90 65
16 195 140 140 100 280 200 140 100 290 210 140 100
18 280 200 180 135 390 285 180 135 400 290 180 135
20 400 290 550 400
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Capscrew Marki ngs and Torque Values - U.S. Customary
SAE Grade Number
Cap.craw Head Marki ngs
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Capscrew Body Si ze Cast Iron Alumi num Cast Iron Alumi num
Nm ft-Ib Nm ft-Ib Nm ft-Ib Nm ftlb
1/4 - 20 9 7 8 6 15 11 8 6
1/4 - 28 12 9 9 7 18 13 9 7
5/16 - 18 20 15 16 12 30 22 16 12
5/16 - 24 23 17 19 14 33 24 19 14
3/8 - 16 40 30 25 20 55 40 25 20
3/8 - 24 40 30 35 25 60 45 35 25
7/16 - 14 60 45 45 35 90 65 45 35
7/16 - 20 65 50 55 40 95 70 55 40
1/2 - 13 95 70 75 55 130 95 75 55
1/2 - 20 100 75 80 60 150 110 80 60
9/16 - 12 135 100 110 80 190 140 110 80
9/16 - 18 150 110 115 85 210 155 115 85
5/8 - 11 180 135 150 110 255 190 150 110
5/8 - 18 210 155 160 120 290 215 160 120
3/4 - 10 325 240 255 190 460 340 255 190
3/4 - 16 365 270 285 210 515 380 285 210
7/8 - 9 490 360 380 280 745 550 380 280
7/8 - 14 530 390 420 310 825 610 420 310
1 - 8 720 530 570 420 1100 820 570 420
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Section W -Warranty
Cummins Warranty
Page W-1
Off..Highway Engines United States andCanada
Coverage
Products Warranted
This warranty applies to new Engines sold by Cummins and delivered to the first user on or after April 1, 1999, that
are used in industrial (off-highway) applications in the United States' and Canada, except for Engines used in marine,
generator drive and certain defense applications, for which different warranty coverage is provided.
Base Engine Warranty
This warranty covers any failures of the Engine. under normal use and service, which result from adefect in material
or factory workmanship (Warrantable Failures).
Coverage begins with the sale of the Engine byCummins. Coverage continues for two years or 2,000 hours of operation,
whichever occurs first, fromthe date of delivery of the Engine to the first user, or fromthe date the unit is first leased,
rented or loaned, or when the Engine has been operated for 50 hours, whichever occurs first. If the 2,000 hour limit
is exceeded during the first year, Coverage continues until the end of the first year.
Extended Major Components Warranty
The Extended Major Components Warranty covers Warrantable Failures of the Engine cylinder block, camshaft,
crankshaft and connecting rods (Covered Parts).
Bushing and bearing failures are not covered.
This Coverage begins with the expiration ofthe Base Engine Warranty andends three years or 10,000 hours of operation
from the date of delivery of the Engine to the first user, or fromthe date the unit is first leased, rented or loaned, or
from when the Engine has been operated for 50 hours, whichever occurs first.
Consumer Products
The warranty on Consumer Products in the United States is a LIMITED warranty. CUMMINS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE
FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Any implied warranties applicable to Consumer Products in the
United States terminate concurrently with the expiration of the express warranties applicable to the product. In the
United States, some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations on how
long an implied warranty lasts, so the limitations or exclusions herein may not apply to you.
These warranties are made to all Owners in the chain of distribution, and Coverage continues to all subsequent
Owners until the end of the periods of Coverage.
Cummins' Responsibilities
During The Base Engine Warranty
Cummins will payfor all parts and labor needed to repair the damage to the Engine resulting fromaWarrantable Failure.
Cummins will payfor the lubricating oil, antifreeze, filter elements, and other maintenance items that are not reusable
due to the Warrantable Failure.
Cummins will pay reasonable costs for mechanics to travel to and fromthe equipment site, including meals, mileage
and lodging, when the repair is performed at the site of the failure.
Cummins will payreasonable labor costs for Engine removal and reinstallation when necessary to repair aWarrantable
Failure.
During The Extended Major Components Warranty
Cummins will pay for the repair or, at its option, replacement of the defective Covered Part and any Covered Part
damaged by a Warrantable Failure of the defective Covered part.
Owner's Responsibilities
During The Base Engine Warranty
Owner is responsible for the cost of lubricating oil, antifreeze, filter elements and other maintenance items provided
during warranty repairs unless such items are not reusable due to the Warrantable Failure.
During The Extended Major Components Warranty
Owner is responsible tor the cost of all labor needed to repair the Engine, including the labor to remove and reinstall
the Engine. When Cummins elects to repair apart instead of replacing it, Owner is not responsible for the labor needed
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to repair the part.
Owner is responsible for the cost of all parts required for the repair except for the defective Covered Part and any
CoveredPart damaged byaWarrantable Failure of the defective Covered Part.
Owner is responsible for the cost of lubricating oil, antifreeze, filter elements andother maintenance items replaced
during repair of aWarrantable Failure.
During The Base Engine and Extended Major Components Warranties
Owner is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Engine as specified in the applicable Cummins
Operation andMaintenance Manual.Owner is also responsible for providing proof that all recommended maintenance
has been performed.
Before the expiration ofthe applicable warranty, Owner must notifyaCummins distributor, authorized dealer or other
repair location approvedbyCummins of anyWarrantable Failure and make the Engine available for repair by such
facility.Locations in the UnitedStates andCanadaare listed in the Cummins Off HighwayAuthorized Dealer Directory.
Owner is responsible for communication expenses, meals, lodging and similar costs incurred as a result of aWar-
rantable Failure.
Owner is responsible for non-Engine repairs, "downtime" expenses, cargo damage, fines, all applicable taxes, all
business costs and other losses resulting fromaWarrantable Failure.
Limitations
Cummins is notresponsible for failures or damage resulting fromwhat Cummins determines to be abuse or neglect,
including, but not limited to: operation without adequate coolants or lubricants; overfueling; overspeeding; lack of
maintenance of lubricating, cooling or intake systems; improper storage, starting, warm-up, run-in or shutdown
practices; unauthorized modifications of the Engine.Cummins is also not responsible for failures causedbyincorrect
oil or fuel or bywater, dirt or other contaminants in the fuel or oil.
For power units andfire pumps (package units), this warranty applies to accessories, exceptfor clutches andfilters,
supplied by Cummins which bear the name of another company.
Exceptfor power units andfire pumps, this warranty does not applyto accessories which bear the name of another
company.Suchnon-warrantedaccessories include, but are notlimitedto: alternators, starters, fans", air conditioning
compressors, clutches, filters, transmissions, torque converters, steering pumps, andnon-Cummins fan drives, engine
compression brakes andair compressors.
Cummins Compusave units are covered bya separate warranty.
Before aclaimfor excessive oil consumption will be considered, Owner must submit adequate documentation to show
that consumption exceeds Cummins published standards.
Failures of belts andhoses supplied byCummins are not coveredbeyondthe first 500 hours or one year of operation,
whichever occurs first.
Parts used to repair aWarrantable Failure maybe newCummins parts, Cummins-approved rebuilt parts, or repaired
parts.Cummins is not responsible for failures resulting fromthe use of parts not approved byCummins.
A newCummins or Cummins-approved rebuilt part used to repair aWarrantable Failure assumes the identity of the
part it replaced and is entitledto the remaining coverage hereunder.
CUMMINS DOES NOT COVER WEAR OR WEAROUT OF COVERED PARTS.
CUMMINS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSeQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
THESE WARRANTIES SET FORTH HEREIN ARE THE SOLE WARRANTIES MADE BY CUMMINS IN REGARD TO
THESE ENGINES. CUMMINS MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR OF MERCHANT-
ABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
This warranty gives youspecific legal rights, andyou may also have other rights which vary fromstate to state.
Emission Warranty
Products Warranted
This emission warrantyapplies to newEngines marketed byCummins that are used in the United States' in vehicles
designedfor Industrial off-highwayuse.This warrantyapplies to Engines deliveredto the ultimate purchaser on or after
April 1, 1999for engines upto 750 horsepower, on or after J anuary 1, 2000 for engines 751 horsepower and over.
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Coverage
Cummins warrants to the ultimate purchaser and each subsequent purchaser that the Engine is designed, built and
equipped so as to conform at the time of sale byCummins with all U.S. Federal emission regulations applicable at the
time of manufacture and that it is free from defects in workmanship or material which would cause it not to meet these
regulations within the longer of the following periods: (A) Five years or 3,000 hours of operation, whichever occurs first,
as measured from the date of delivery of the Engine to the ultimate purchaser, or (B) The Base Engine Warranty.
If the vehicle in which the Engine is installed is registered in the state of California, a separate California Emission
Warranty also applies.
Li mi tati ons
Failures, other than those resulting from defects in materials, or workmanship, are not covered by this warranty.
Cummins is not responsible for failures or damage resulting from what Cummins determines to be abuse or neglect,
including, but not limited to: operation without adequate coolant or lubricants; overfueling; overspeeding; lack of
maintenance of lubricating, cooling or intake systems; improper storage, starting, warm-up, run-in or shutdown
practices; unauthorized modifications of the Engine. Cummins is also not responsible for failures caused by incorrect
fuel or by water, dirt or other contaminants in the fuel.
Cummins is not responsible for non-Engine repairs, "downtime" expenses, cargo damage, fines, all business costs
or other losses resulting from a Warrantable Failure.
CUMMINS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
* Includes American Samoa, the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin
Islands.
** Alternators, starters, and fans ARE covered for the duration of the base engine warranty on B3.3 engines.
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Section W Warranty
Off..Highway Engines International
Coverage
PRODUCTS WARRANTED
This warranty applies to newEngines sold byCummins and delivered to the first user on or after April 1, 1999, that
are usedin industrial (off-highway) applications anywhere in the worldwhere Cummins-approvedservice is available,
exceptthe UnitedStates' andCanada. Different warrantycoverage is provided for Engines used in marine, generator
drive and certain defense applications.
BASE ENGINE WARRANTY
This warrantycovers anyfailures of the Engine, under normal use andservice, which resultfrom adetect in material
or factory workmanship (Warrantable Failure).
Coverage begins withthe sale ofthe Engine byCummins. Coverage continues tor two years or 2, 000 hours of operation,
whichever occurs first, fromthe date of delivery of the Engine to the first user, or fromthe date the unit is first leased,
rentedor loaned, or when the Engine has been operated for 50 hours, whichever occurs first. If the 2,000 hour limit
is exceeded during the first year, coverage continues until the end of the first year.
EXTENDED MAJ OR COMPONENTS WARRANTY
The Extended Major Components Warranty covers Warrantable Failures of the Engine cylinder block, camshaft,
crankshaft and connecting rods (Covered Parts).
Bushing and bearing failures are not covered.
This coverage begins withthe expiration ofthe Base Engine Warrantyandends three years or 10,000 hours ofoperation,
fromthe date of delivery of the Engine to the first user, or fromthe date the unit is first leased, rented or loaned, or
fromwhen the Engine has been operated for 50 hours, whichever occurs first.
These warranties are made to all Owners in the chain of distribution, and Coverage continues to all subsequent
Owners until the end of the periods of Coverage.
Cummins'Responsibilities
DURING THE BASE ENGINE WARRANTY
Cummins will payfor all parts andlabor neededtorepair the damage to the Engine resulting fromaWarrantable Failure.
Cummins will payfor thelubricating oil, antifreeze, filter elements, andother maintenance items that are not reusable
due to a Warrantable Failure.
Cummins will payreasonable costs for mechanics to travel to andfromthe equipment site, including meals, mileage
and lodging, when the repair is performed at the site of the failure.
Cummins will payreasonable labor costs for Engine removal andreinstallation when necessaryto repair aWarrantable
Failure.
DURING THE EXTENDED MAJ OR COMPONENTS WARRANTY
Cummins will payfor the repair or, at its option, replacement of the defective Covered Part and any Covered Part
damaged by a Warrantable Failure of the defective Covered part.
Owner's Responsibilities
DURING THE BASE ENGINE WARRANTY
Owner is responsible for the cost of lubricating oil, antifreeze, filter elements andother maintenance items replaced
during warranty repairs unless such items are not reusable due to the Warrantable Failure.
DURING THE EXTENDED MAJ OR COMPONENTS WARRANTY
Owner is responsible for the cost of all labor needed to repair the Engine, including the labor to remove and reinstall
the Engine.When Cummins elects to repair apart insteadof replacing it, Owner is notresponsible for the labor needed
to repair the part.
Owner is responsible for the cost of all parts required for the repair except for the defective Covered Part and any
Covered Part damaged byaWarrantable Failure of the defective Covered Part.
Owner is responsible for the cost of lubricating oil, antifreeze, filter elements andother maintenance items replaced
during repair of aWarrantable Failure.
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Section W -Warranty
Cummins Warranty
Page W-5
DURING THE BASE ENGINE AND EXTENDED MAJ OR COMPONENTS WARRANTIES
Owner is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Engine as specified in the applicable Cummins
Operation andMaintenance Manual.Owner is also responsible for providing proofthat all recommended maintenance
has been performed.
Before the expiration of the applicable warranty, Owner must notify aCummins distributor, authorized dealer or other
repair location approved byCummins of anyWarrantable Failure andmake the product available for repair bysuch
facility. Locations are listed in the Cummins International Sales and Service Directory.
Owner is responsible for communication expenses, meals, lodging andsimilar costs incurred as a result of aWar-
rantable Failure.
Owner 15 responsible for non-Engine repairs, "downtime" expenses, cargo damage, fines, alf applicable taxes, all
business costs andother losses resulting fromaWarrantable Failure.
Limitations
Cummins is not responsible for failures or damage resulting fromwhat Cummins determines to be abuse or neglect,
including, but not limited to: operation without adequate coolants or lubricants; overfueling; overspeeding; lack of
maintenance of lubricating. cooling or intake systems; improper storage, starting. warm-up, run-in or shutdown
practices; unauthorized modifications of the Engine.Cummins is also notresponsible for failures caused byincorrect
oil or fuel or by water, dirt or other contaminants in the fuel or oil.
For power units andfire pumps (package units) the warranty applies to accessories, except for clutches and filters
supplied by Cummins which bear the name of another company.
Starters, alternators, power steering pumps andnon-Cummins air compressors supplied byCummins on Bor C Series
Engines that are not supplied as part of apackage unit are covered for sixmonths" fromthe date of deliveryof the
Engine to the first user, or the date the Engine is first leased, rented or loaned, or fromwhen the Engine has been
operated for 50 hours, whichever occurs first.
Except for the accessories notedpreviously, Cummins does notwarrant accessories which bear the name of another
company. Suchnon-warranted accessories include, butare not limitedto: alternators, starters, fans', air conditioning
compressors, clutches, filters, transmissions, torque converters, steering pumps, non-Cummins fan drives, and air
cleaners.
Cummins Compusave units are covered byaseparate warranty.
Before aclaimfor excessive oil consumption will be considered, Owner mustsubmit adequate documentation to show
that consumption exceeds Cummins published standards.
Failures of belts andhoses supplied byCummins are notcovered beyondthe first500 hours or one year of operation,
whichever occurs first.
Parts usedto repair aWarrantable Failure maybe newCummins parts, Cummins-approved rebuilt parts, or repaired
parts. Cummins is not responsible for failures resulting from the use of parts not approved by Cummins.
A newCummins or Cummins-approved rebuilt part usedto repair aWarrantable Failure assumes the identity of the
part it replaced and is entitled to the remaining coverage hereunder.
CUMMINS DOES NOT COVER WEAR OR WEAROUT OF COVERED PARTS.
CUMMINS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
THESE WARRANTIES SET FORTH HEREIN ARE THE SOLE WARRANTIES MADE BY CUMMINS IN REGARD TO
THESE ENGINES. CUMMINS MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR OF MERCHANT-
ABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
In case of consumer sales, in some countries, the Owner has statutoryrights which cannot be affected or limited by
the terms of this warranty.
Nothing in this warranty excludes or restricts any contractual rights the Owner mayhave against third parties.
Alternators, starters, and fans ARE covered for the duration of the base engine warranty on 63.3 engines.
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CB.3Industrial
Section W -Warranty
California Emission Control System Warranty, Off-Highway
Products Warranted
This Emission Control System Warranty applies to off-road diesel engines certified with the California Air Resources
Board beginning withthe year 1996for engines upto 750 horsepower, beginning with the year 2000 for 751 horsepower
and over. marketed by Cummins, and registered in California for use in industrial off-highway applications.
Your Warranty Rights and Obligations
The California Air Resources Boardand Cummins Engine Company, lnc., are pleased to explain the emission control
system warranty on your engine. In California, new off-road diesel engines must be designed, built and equipped to
meet the State's stringent anti-smog standards. Cummins must warrant the emission control system on your engine
for the periods of time listed belowprovided there has been no abuse, neglect or improper maintenance of your engine.
Your emission control system may include parts such as the fuel injection system and the air induction system. Also
included may be hoses, belts, connectors and other emission-related assemblies.
Where a warrantable condition exists, Cummins will repair your off-road diesel engine at no cost to you including
diagnosis, parts and labor.
Manufacturer's Warranty Coverage
This warranty coverage is provided for 5 years or 3,000 hours of engine operation, whichever first occurs fromthe date
of delivery of the engine to the first user.If anyemission-related part on your engine is defective, the part will be repaired
or replaced by Cummins.
Coverage
This emission control system warranty applies only to the following B5.9, OSB, OSC, OS9 and CB.3 emission control
parts:
Fuel Pump
Static Timing
Delivery Valve
Injection Control Valve Module
Intake Manifold
Charge Air Cooler
Aftercooler
Exhaust Manifold
Injectors
Calibration
Needle
Nozzle
Spring
Oxidation Catalyst
Electronic Control System
Control Module
Boost Pressure Sensor
Coolant Temperature Sensor
Fuel Pressure Sensor
Turbocharger
Compressor Wheel
Turbine Wheel
Turbine Oil Seal
Wastegate Valve
Owner's Warranty Responsibilities
A s the off-road diesel engine owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance listed in your
Cummins Operation and Maintenance Manual. Cummins recommends that you retain all receipts covering mainte-
nance on your off-road diesel engine, but Cummins cannot denywarranty solely tor the lackof receipts or for your failure
to ensure the performance of all scheduled maintenance.
Youare responsible for presenting your off-road diesel engine to a Cummins dealer as soon as aproblem exists. The
warranty repairs should be completed in a reasonable amount of time, not to exceed 30 days.
A s the off-road diesel engine owner, you should also be aware that Cummins may deny you warranty coverage if your
off-road diesel engine or a part has failed due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance or unapproved modifications.
Your engine is designed to operate on diesel fuel only. Use ofanyother fuel may result in your engine no longer operating
in compliance with California's emissions requirements.
If you have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you should contact Cummins Customer
Assistance Department at 1-800-343-7357 (1-800-DlESELS) or the California Air Resources Board at 9528 Telstar
Avenue, EIMonte, CA 91731.
C8.3 Industrial
Section W -Warranty
California Emission Control SystemWarranty, Off-Highway
Page W-7
Prior to the expiration of the applicable warranty, Owner must give notice of anywarranted emission control failure to
aCummins distributor, authorized dealer or other repair location approvedbyCummins anddeliver the engine to such
facility for repair.Repair locations are listed in Cummins United States andCanada Service Directory.
Owner is responsible for incidental costs such as: communication expenses, meals, lodging incurred by Owner or
employees of Owner as a result of awarrantable failure.
Owner is responsible for business costs and losses, "downtime" expenses, and cargo damage resulting from a
warrantable failure. CUMMINS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOROTHER INCIDENTALOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITEDTOFINES, THEFT, VANDALISM
OR COLLISIONS.
Replacement Parts
Cummins recommends that anyservice parts usedfor maintenance, repairor replacementof emission control systems
be new, genuine Cummins or Cummins approved rebuilt parts andassemblies, andthatthe engine be serviced bya
Cummins distributor, authorized dealer or the repair location approved byCummins. The owner may elect to have
maintenance, replacement or repair of the emission control parts performed by a facility other than a Cummins
distributor, an authorized dealer or arepair location approvedbyCummins, andmayelect to use parts other than new
genuine Cummins or Cummins approved rebuilt parts andassemblies for such maintenance, replacement or repair;
however, the cost of such service or parts will not be covered under this emission control systemwarranty.
Cummins Responsibilities
Repairs andservice will be performed byanyCummins distributor, authorizeddealer or other repair location approved
byCummins using new, genuine Cummins or Cummins approved rebuiltparts and assemblies. Cummins will repair
anyof the emission control parts foundbyCummins to be defective withoutcharge for parts or labor (including diagnosis
which results in determination that there has been afailure of awarranted emission control part).
Emergency Repairs
In the case of an emergency where a Cummins distributor, authorized dealer, or other repair location approved by
Cummins is not available, repairs may be performed by any available repair location using anyreplacement parts.
Cummins will reimburse the Owner for expenses (including diagnosis), not to exceedthe manufacturer's suggested
retail price for all warranted parts replaced and labor charges based on the manufacturer's recommended time
allowance for the warranty repair andthe geographically appropriate hourlylabor rate.A part notbeing available within
30 days or a repair not being complete within 30 days constitutes an emergency.Replaced parts and paid invoices
must be presented at aCummins authorized repair facility as acondition of reimbursement for emergency repairs not
performed by a Cummins distributor, authorized dealer, or other repair location approved byCummins.
Warranty Limitations
Cummins is not responsible for failures resulting fromOwner or operator abuse or neglect, suchas: operation without
adequate coolant, fuel or lubricants; overfueling; overspeeding; lackof maintenance oflubricating, cooling or air intake
systems: improper storage, starting, warm-up, run-in or shutdown practices.
The manufacturer warrants to the ultimate purchaser andeachsubsequentpurchaser thatthe engine is designed, built,
andequipped so as to conformwith all applicable regulations adopted by the Air Resources Board, andthat it is free
fromdefects in materials and workmanship which cause the failure of awarranted part.
Anywarranted part which is not scheduled for replacement as requiredmaintenance, or which is scheduled only for
regular inspection to the effect of "repair or replace as necessary" is warranted for the warranty period.
Anywarranted part which is scheduled for replacement as required maintenance is warranted for the period of time
prior to the first scheduled replacement point for that part.
The owner will notbe charged for diagnostic labor which leads to the determination that awarranted part is defective,
if the diagnostic work is performed at awarranty station.
The manufacturer is liable for damages to other engine components caused by the failure under warranty of any
warranted part.
Cummins is not responsible for failures resulting from improper repair or the use of parts which are not genuine
Cummins or Cummins approved parts.
These warranties, together with the express commercial warranties andemission warranty are the sale warranties of
Cummins. There are no other warranties, express or implied, or of merchantabilityor fitness for aparticular purpose.
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General Information . 1- '
Acronyms and Abbreviations .. 1-7
General Information 1-7
Additional Service Llterature L-'
General Information L - '
Air Cleaner Restriction .. 4- '
Maintenance Check 4- '
Air Compressor.. 4- ,
Maintenance Check 4- ,
Air Compressor Discharge Lines. 7- '
General Information 7- '
Mamtenance Check 7- '
Air in FueL... A-19
General Information A-19
Test A-20
Air Intake Plping..... 3-2
Maintenance Check 3-2
Air Intake System... V-2
Specifications V2
Air Tanks and Reservoirs.. . 3-7
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Capscrew Markings and Torque Values V-13
Capscrew Markings and Torque Values -Metric . V-14
Capscrew Markings and Torque Values -U.S. Customary V-15
General Information. V-13
Charge-Air Cooler A2
Clean. A-3
A-2
A2
A4
A5
4-2
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A3
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Initial Check ..
Install .
Leak Test .
Maintenance Check . .
Pressure Test ..
Remove .
Temperature Differential Test ..
Charge-Air Piping... . .
Maintenance Check . .. ..
Cold Weather Starting .. ..
Generallnlormation .
USing Starting Aids
Component Manufacturers' Addresses ..
Air Compressors............... .. .
Air Cylinders .. ..
Air Heaters ..
Air Starting Motors ..
Alternators............ .. .. .
Auxiliary Brakes. .. .
8elt5........................ .. .
Catalytic Converters .. ..
Clutches .. ..
Coolant Heaters. . .
Coolant Level Switches ..
Drive Plates .
Electric Starting Motors ..
ElectroniC Switches....................................... . .
Engine Protection Controls ..
Fan Clutcho$ _ .
Fans .
Fault Lamps .
Fllters.................................... . .
Flexplates .. .
Fuel Coolers ..
Fuel Pumps .
Fuel Warmers ..
Gauges .
General Information .
Governors.................................... .. ..
Heat Sleeves .
Hydraulic and Power Steering Pumps ..
ln-Line Connectors .
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Oil Heaters .
Prelubrication Systems .
Radiators .. ..
Throttle AsSemblies........................................ .. .
Torque Converters ..
Coolant Fllter................ .. .
Clean..... .. .
Install .
Remove ..
Coolant Level....... .
Maintenance Check. .. .
Coolant Recommendations and Specifications .....
Cooling System Additives ..
Cooling SystemSoluble Oils.
Fully Formulated CoolantJ Antilreeze .
Cooling Fan Belt Tensioner ..
Inspect for Reuse ..
Install.................... .. .
Mamtenance Check ..
Preparatory Steps ..
Remove ..
Cooling System ..
Drain ..
Fill ..
Flush
Specifications ..
Crankcase Breather Tube ..
Maintenance Check .
Cummins/Fleetguard Specifications .
General Information ..
Fuel Filters .
Lubricating Oil Filter ..
Daily Maintenance Procedures - Overview .
Engine Operation Report .
General Information .
Unusual Engine Noise ..
Dil!;trlbutor'$ International...... .. .
Locations .
Oll'ltributors and Sranches ..
Australia .
Canada..................... .. .
New Zealand . ,' .
UOited States........... .. .
DIvision and Regional Offices .
Locations .
Drive Belt, CoOling Fan ..
Inspect lor Reuse .
Install .. .
Remove .
Drive Belt Tenaion .
Tension Chart .. ..
Drive Bells.. . ..
Maintenance Check ..
Cogged Belt . ..
PolyYee Belt .
Electricel System , .
Satteries (Specific Gravity) , .
Specifications ..
Emergency and Technical Service
General Information .
Engine Component Torque Yalues ..
Torque Table ,.. .. ..
Engine Diagrams.... ..
Engine Yiews , , .
Engine Identification................ . .
Cummins Engine Nomenclature .. , , , .
Industrial Applications .. ' .
Engine Oataplate , , .
Industrial Applications , .
Fuel tniecuon Pump Dataplate .
Engine Operating Range.......... .. .
General Inlormation , .
Engine Shutdown.... . ..
Generallnlormabon , ' .
Exhaust System................... .. .
Specifications , .
Fan. COOling .
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Fan Splicer lind Pulley -....... A-9
Inspect for Reuse -.............. A-9
In6tall _ _.......... Al0
Preparatory Steps........ A-9
Remove _ __ - -- A-9
Flow Diagram, Air Intake System .._ _....... D--11
General Information D-l'
Flow Diagram, Compressed Air System _ D-13
General Information _ _.......... [)'13
General Information. _ _ _........... Dl3
Flow Diagram, Cooling System -................ D-7
General Information __.._ _............... D-7
General Information D?
Row Diagram, Exhaust System.................... 0-12
General,nformation - -................. D-12
Flow Diagram, Fuel System D-2
General Information............................................................... D-2
General Information 0.2
Flow Diagram, Lubricating Oil System D-3
General Information _ _.......................................... D-3
General Information _ _ -- D-3
Fuel Filter Adapter A-l0
Install A-1'
Bosch'l'l A-1'
Preparatory Steps _ A-l0
Bosch<l!' A-l0
Remove _ __ _ _........... A-l0
Bosch~ A l0
Fuel Filter (Spin-On Type)....................................................... 5-4
Clean __ _.._._ _ 5-4
Install _ 5-4
Prime _......................... 5-5
Remove 5-4
Fuel Lift Pump.... A-H
Clean _.._...................... A-12
Install A-12
Preparatory Steps A-l'
Remove A-l1
Fuel Manifold (Orain)....................... A-12
Install _ .. .. . A-13
Preparatory Steps .. .. .... __. A-12
Remove ...._.. ....... .... A-12
Fuel Recommendations and Specifications V-3
Fuel Recommendations __.. ......... V-3
Fuel Shutoff Valve ......_ A-13
Install .. ..._....... __.. ...... A-13
Preparatory Steps .. .... .... A-13
Remove _ __ A-13
fuel System V-l
Specifications .. V-1
Fuel-Water Separator .. .. .._..__ 3-5
Drain .........__. ....__.____ .._.. .... .. 3-5
Canister Type .._ .._.. __ __ 3-5
Spin-on Type . __. 3-6
General Cleaning Instructions ..__...... i-5
Glass or Plastic Bead Cleaning _ i-6
Sol1l.entand Acid Cleaning i-5
SteamCleaning ..--.. 1-6
General Engine ..__........_ ...._.. V-l
Specifications ..__ ...._.. .. V-l
General Repair Instructions. _ __..__..__...... 1-5
General Information .... 1-5
Welding on aVehicle wIth an Electronic Controlled Fuel
System __ __.. _.. __ i-5
General Safety Instructions................. _... 1-4
Important Safety Notice _ i-4
Howto Use the Manual _ __.. ..._ i-l
General Information __.. i-l
Illustrations _.._ _ ..
General Information __ ..
wbricating Oil and Filters __.._ _ ..
Drain _..__ __ .
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wbricating 011L.evel _ .
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lubricating 011 Pressure Regulator (Main Rifle) ..__.._ _ A-14
Clean .. ._ _.......... A-15
Install _ _.._............. .._ _......... A-15
Preparatory Sleps...... ..-...... A-14
Remove._ _.... A-15
Lubricating Oil Recommendations and Specltications ......__ V-3
General Information V-4
NewEngine Break-in Oiis.......... V3
lubricating Oil System............... V-t
Specifications.. ...._...._...... ....__.._ V-1
Lubricating Oil Thermostat... A15
Clean - -.- -..-..................... A-16
Install A-16
Preparatory Steps - _ _ A-15
Remove A16
Maintenance Guidelines -Overview. - _.._..... 21
General Information __.._ _..... 2-1
Maintenance Procedures -Overview _ _ _.. 4-1
General Information _.._.............. 4-1
Maintenance Record Form............................................. 23
Maintenance Data __ 23
Maintenance Schedule _ _ _ 2-1
General Information 2-1
Maximum 011 Drain Intervals 2-2
Normal Starting Procedure _ _ _................ 1-2
General Information _ _................................. 12
J ump Starting 1-4
Off-Highway Engines Inlernational........................................ W-4
OttHighway Engines United States and Canada W-1
Operating Instructions -Overview..... 1-1
General Information 1-1
Operating the Engine.............................................................. 1-5
Ambient Temperature 1-7
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Cold Weather _ ..__.. _ _ _ _.._ 1-7
Normal '-5
Overhead Set............ 6-2
Nljust _ _ _ __..__..__ _ _.. 6-2
Problem Solving _........................... ..- _ ..- S-1
General Information .._.._..__ S-l
Regional Offices - International S-15
Locations _............. S-15
Routine Service and Parts .._........... S-l
General Information S-l
Sealants _.._.._...... .... V-12
General Information __.._........... V-12
Service Literature Ordering Location _........... L-2
Contact Information _........ .... ..__ L-2
Starting Motor.... .. A - Hi
lnitia' Check _.......... _.._ _ A-16
Install ...._ __ A-17
Remove .._.......__.._.... A-17
Rotation Check A-l B
Starting Procedure After Extended Shutdown or Oil
Change .._............... .._.._.......
General Information .._.._.. ....
Supplements ICoolsnl Additive (SeA) and Antifreeze
Concentration............. .._..__.. ........ 5-3
Maintenance Check _................. _.._............. 5-3
Antifreele ..__ . 5-3
Supplemental Coolant Additive (SCA) _ _.. 5-3
Symbols _ _._.._ _ _ i-2
General Information .. .. _ __.. i-2
Sy5tem Diagrams Overview _.. ......__ D-1
General Information D-l
To the Owner and Operator --..--- _....
General Information _.._........... _.._ _ i-l
Tool Requirements _ 2-1
General Information _.._ _ 2-1
Trollble ..hooting Procedures and Techniques .._.. ..__ TS-l
General Information .._........ .. .._ TS-l
Trollbleshooting Symptoms Charts __ TS-l
Air Compressor Air Pressure Rises Slowly __.._.._..__.._.._.._ TS-2
Air Compressor Cycles Frequently.. -- _ TS-3
Air Compressor NOise is Excessive...... __..__ TS-4
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Air Compressor Will Not Maintain Adequate Air Pressure
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Air Compressor Will Not Stop Pumpmg .
Alternator Not Charging or Insufficient Charging .
Alternator Overcharging..... . .
Coolant Contamination .
Coolant Loss - External............... . .
Coolant Temperature Above Normal - Gradual Overheat.. .
Coolant Temperature IS Above Normal - Sudden Over-
heat.......... . .
Coolant Temperature is BelowNorma!. .
Engine Acceleration or Response Poor .
Engine Difficult to Start or Will Not Start (Exhaust
Smoke)... .. .
Engine Difficult to Start or Will Not Start (No Exhaust
Smoke).. .. .
Engine Noise Excessive. .. ..
Engine Noise Excessive - Combustion Knocks ..........
Engine Power Output Low ..
Engine Runs Rough at Idle.......... ..
Engme Runs Rough or Misfires .
Engine Speed Surges at Lowor High Idle ..
Engme Speed Surges Under Load or in Operating Range
Engine Starts But Will Not Keep Running ..
Engine Vibration Excessive .
Engme Will Not Crank or Cranks Slowly (Air Starter).
Engine Will Not Crank or Cranks Slowly (Electric Starter) ..
Engine Will Not Reach Rated Speed (RPM)..
Engine Will Not Shut Off. .. ..
Exhaust Smoke Excessive Under Load .
Fuel Consumption Excessive .
Fuel in Coolant ..
Fuel mthe Lubricating Oil ..
Fuel or Lubricating 011 Leakmg FromExhaust Manifold
General Information ..
Intake Manifold Air Temperature Above Speciticatmn ..,........
Intake Manifold Pressure (Boost) is Below Normal ..
Lubricating 011 Consumption ExcesSive ..
Lubricating Oil Contaminated ".., .
Lubricating Oil Loss .. ..
Lubricating Oil Pressure High ..
lubricating Oil Pressure Low ..
Lubricating Oil Sludge In the Crankcase Excessive ..
Smoke, Black - Excess've ,,, ,, .
Smoke, White - Excessive ..
Turbocharger Leaks Engll16011 or Fuel .
Vi brati on Damper, Rubber .
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MAINTENANCE
I nitial 500 Dally Weekly Monthly 3Months 6 Months 12
miles
500 hrs. 1000 hrs Months
/850 kin
2000 hrs
Compressor Oil Level C
Engine Oil Leval
C
*Radiator Coolant Level
C
Gauges/Lamps
C
*Air Cleaner Service Indicators
C
Fuel Tank (Fill at end of day)
C
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*Fuel/Water Separator Drain
C
Oil Leaks
C
Fuel Leaks
C
Drain Water From Fuel Filters 0
Coolant Leaks
C
Radiator Filler Cap
C
Air Cleaner Precleaner Dumps
C
Fan/Alternator Belts
C
Battery Connections/Electrolyte
C
Tire Pressure and Surface
C
*Wheel Lug Nuts
C
Hoses (Oil, Air, Intake, etc.)
C
Automatic Shutdown System
C
Air Cleaner System
C
Compressor Oil Cooler Exterior
C
*Engine Rad/Oil Cooler Exterior
C
Fasteners, Guards
C
Air Cleaner Elements
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*Disregard if not appropriate for this particular machine.
(l) or 3000 milesl5000km whichever is the sooner
C"Check (adjust, clean or replace as necessary)
CBT ", check bef oretowing.
CR _ Check and report
0"Drain
G"Grease
R"Replac9
T ",Test
W I ..or when indicated if earlier.
Refer to specific sections of the operator's manual for more
information.
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Initial Dally Weekly Monthly 3 6 12
18
500
Months Months Months
Months
miles
600 hrs. 1000 hrs 2000
3000
/B SOkm
hrs hrs
"Fue!NJ aler Separator Element
R
Compressor Oil Filter Element R
Compressor Oil R
Engine Oil Change R
Enging Oil Filter
R
"Waler Pump Grease. R
*Wheels (Bearings, Seals, etc.)
C G
*Engine Coolant
C R
Fuel Filter Element
R
*Injection Nozzle Check
C
Shutdown Switch Settings T
Scavenger Orifice & Rulated Parts C
Oil Separator Element
R
*Feed Pump Strainer Cleaning.
C
*Valve Clearance Check
C
Ughts (running, brake, & turn)
CBT
Pintle Eye Bolts
CBT
*Brakes
C C
*Brake linkage
C
*Emergency stop
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Running gear linkage
G
Safety valve
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Running gear bolts(1)
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C =Check (adjust, clean or replace as necessary)
CBT "check before towing.
CR ..Check and report
R=Replace
T ..T85t
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miles
500 tva. 1000hrs Monthly.
/85Okm
2000 hrs
Scavenge line
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*Engine breather elemant C
separator tank (2) exterior
CR
*Lubricator (Fill)
C
2Yrs 4Yrs 6Yrs
Safety valve
C
Hoses
R
Separator tank (2) interior
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*Disregard if not appropriate for this particular machine.
(1) or 3000 mlles/5000km whichever is the sooner
(2) or as defined by local or national legislation
C =Check (adjust, clean or replace as necessary)
CST -cneck before towing.
CR =Check and report
D =Drain
G..Grease
ReReplaoe
T ",Tasl
W I =cr when indicated if earlier.
Refer to specific sections of the operator's manual for more
information.
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
This section refers to the various components which require
periodic maintenance and replacement.
The MAINTENANCE CHART indicates the various
components' descriptions and the intervals when maintenance
has to take place. Oil capacities, etc., can be found in the
GENERAL DATA SECTION of this manual.
For any specification or specific requirement on service or
preventative maintenance f or the engine, refer to the Engine
Section.
Compressed air can bedangerous if incorrectly handled.
Before doing any work on the unit, ensure that all pressure is
vented fromthe system and that the machine cannot bestarted
accidentally.
If the automatic blowdown falls to operate, then pressure
must begradually relieved by operating the manual blowdown
valve. Suitable personal protective equipment should beworn.
Ensure that maintenance personnel are adequately trained,
competent and have read the Maintenance Manuals.
Prior to attempting any maintenance work, ensure
that:-
all air pressure is fully discharged and isolated from the
system. If the automatic blowdown valve is used for this
purpose, then allow enough time for Itto complete the operation.
the discharge pipe / manifold area is depressurised by
opening the discharge valve, while keeping clear of any airflow
from !t.
WARNING: Pressure will remain in the system between the
minimum pressure valve and the service valve after shutdown
and operation of the auto blowdown valve.
This pressure must berelieved by :
(a) Disconnecting any downstream equipment.
(b) Opening the discharge valve to atmosphere.
the rnaehtna cannot bestarted. Post warning signs and/or fit
anti-start devices.
Disconn8CI battery Cables.
Prior to opening or removing panels or covers to work
Inti/de a machine, .nsu...that:.
anyone entering.the machino is aware of the reduced level
of protection and the additional hazards, including hot surfaces
and intermittently mOVing parts.
The machine cannot beStBrled.
Prior to attempting any maintenance work on arunning
machine, ensure that:-
tho work carried out Is lImited to only Ihosa tasks whIch
require the machine to run.
the work carried out with safety protection devices disabled
or removed is limited to only those tasks which require the
machine to be running with safety protection devices disabled
or removed.
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. all hazards present are known (e.g. pressurised
components, electrically live components, removed panels,
covers and guards, extreme temperatures, inflow and outflow of
air, intermittently moving parts, safety valve discharge etc.).
appropriate personal protective equipment is wom.
loose clothing, jewelry, long hair etc. is made safe.
warning signs Indicating that Mlllrrtenance Worl<" Is In
Progress are posted in a position that can be clearly seen.
Upon completion of maintenance tasks and prIor to
returning themachine Into service, ensure that:-
the machine is suitably tested.
all guards and safety protection devices are refitted.
all panels are replaced, canopy and doors closed.
hazardous materials are effectively contnlned and disposed
of.
PROTECTNE SHUTDOWN SYSTEM
Refer to the diagnostic display codes table for a listing of
shutdown conditions.
Loweriglne fuel level switch.
Test the low engine fuel level switch circuit as follows:
Start the machine.
.. , Note: Do not press the load button.
Disconnect the switeh, the machine should shutdown.
Ae-connect the switch.
Test the lowengine fuel level switch by removing and operat-
ing the float manually.
WARNING: Never remove or replace switches when the
machine is running.
SCAVENGE LINE
The scavenge line runs from the combined ortftce/drop tube
in the separator tllllk, tothe orifice fitting located In the airend.
Check that the scavenge line and tube are clear of lilly
obstruction each time the compressor lubricant is changed as
any blockage will result in oil carryover into the discharge air.
COMPRESSOR OIL FILTER
Refer to theMAINTENANCE CHART in this section for the
recommended servicing intervals.
Removal
WARNING: Del not remove thefllter(s) without nrst making
sure that the machine Is stopped and the system has been
completely relieved of all ai, pressure. (Refer to STOPPING
THE MACHINE in the OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS section
of this manual).
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spin-on element.
Inspection
Inspect the oil filter head to be sure the gasket was removed
withthe oil filter element. Clean the gasket seal area on the oil
filter head.
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varnishes, shellacs or lacquers on the filter element, it is a
warning that the compressor lubricating and cooling oil has
deteriorated and that it should be changed immediately. Refer
to LUBRICATION later in this section.
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remains on the filter head, will cause an oil leak and can cause
property damage.
Reassembly
Clean the filter gasket contact area and install the new
element.lighten until the gasket makes contact with the filter
housing. Tighten an additiona1'/2 to 3/.. of a revolution.
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CAU'TtON: Start the machine (refer to PRIOR TO STARTING
and STARTING THE MACHINE in the OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS secuon of this manual) and check for leakage
before the machine is put back into service.
COMPRESSOR OI L SEPARATOR E L E ME I I I T .
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recommended servicing intervals.
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follows:
Removal
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8'.., .that the machine Is atopped and the ayatltm haa been
completely relieved of all alr pressure. (Refer to STOPPING
THE MACHINE in the OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS section
of this manual).
Disconnect all hoses and tubes from the separator tank
cover plate. Remove the drop-tube from the separator tank
cover plate and then remove the cover plate. Remove the
separator element
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Examine the filter element. Examine all hoses and tubes,
and replace If necessary.
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Thoroughly clean the orifice/drop tube and filter gasket
contact area before reassembly. Install the new element.
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WARNING
Do not remove the staple from the anti-static gasket on
the aepanrtor element sInce It sarva. to ground any
pouIble ataUc bulld*up. Do not usa gssket sealant since
thl. will affect electrical conductance.
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gasket, and replace the cover plate screws tightening in it
criss-cross pattern to the recommended torque (refer to the
TORQUE SETTING TABLE later in this section).
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plate.
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this section).
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CAUTION: Start the machine (refer to PRIOR TO STARTING
and STARTING THE MACHINE in the OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS section of this manual) and check for leakage
before the machine is put back into service.
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When grease, oil and dirt accumulate on the exterior surfaces
of the 011 cooler and radiator, the efficiency Is Impaired. It is
recommended that each month the oil cooler and radiator be
cleaned by directing ajet of compressed air, (carrying ifpossible
anon-flammable cleaning solvent) over the exterior core of the
cooler/radiator. This should remove any accumulation of oil,
grease and dirt fromthe exterior core of the cooler so that the
entire cooling area can radiate the heat of tho lubricating and
cooling oil/water into the air stream.
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WARNING: Hot engine coolant and steam can cause Injury.
When adding coolant or entltl'M%8 solution to 'he engine
radiatOr, stop the engine at least one minute prior to
releasIng the radiator filler cap. Using acloth to protect the
hand, slowly release the filler cap, absorbing any releaaod
fluid with the cloth. Do not remove the flller cap until all
excess fluid Is released and the engine cooling syatem fully
depressurlaed.
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WARNING: Follow the Instructions provided by the
antifreeze supplier when adding or draining the antifreeze
solution. It Is advisable to wear personal protective
equipment to prevent skin and eye contact with tho
antifreeze solution.
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the MAINTeNANCE CHART) or when the restriCtion indicator
shows red, whichever cames first. The airciaooer precleaner
dumpe shwld be cleaned as indicated in the MAINTENANCE
CHART (more frequenUy in dusty operating conditions).
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machine is running.
Clean the exterior of the fitter housing and remove the fitter
element by releasing the nut.
Reassembly
Assemble the new element into the fitter housing ensuring
that the seal seats property. Secure element by tightening nut.
Before restarting the machine, check that all clamps are
tight.
VENTILATION
AJ ways check that the air inlets and outlets are clear of debris
etc.
COOUNG fAN DRIVE
Periodically check that the fan mounting bolts in the fan hub
have not loosened. If, for any reason, it becomes necessary to
remove the fan or re-tighten the fan mounting bolts, apply a
good grade of commercially available thread locking compound
to the bolt threads and tighten to the torque value shown in the
TORQUE SETTING TABLE later in this section.
The fan belt(s) should be checked regularly for wear and
correct tensioning.
FUEL SYSTEM
The fuel tank should be filled daily or every eight hours. To
minimise condensation in the fuel tank(s). it is advisable to top
up after the machine is shut down or atthe end of each working
d.ay. Drain any sediment or condensate that may have
accumulated in the tank(s). Refer to MAINTENANCE CHART.
FUEL FILTER WATER SEPARATOR
The fuel filter water separator contains afilter element which
should be replaced at regular intervals (see the
SERVICE/MAINTENANCE CHART).
CHA R GE A I R COOL E R PI PE WOR K
Inspect all hoses and clamps on the charge cooler pipe work.
Engine damage will occur ifthe charge cooling system leaks.
HOSES
All components of the engine COOling air intake system
should be checked petfodicttlly to keep the engine at peak
efficiency.
At the recommended Intervals, (see the MAINTENANCE
CHART), inspect all of the intake lines to the air filter, and all
flexible hoses used fer air lines, all lines and fuellinBS.
Periodically Inspect all pipework for cracks, leaks, etc. and
replace Immediately if damaged.
ELECTRICAL Sysn:M
WARNING: Disconnect the battery cables before
perf orming any maintenance or service.
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Check the security of electrical terminals on the switches
and relays i.e. nuts or screws loose, which may cause local hot
spot oxidation.
Inspect the components and wiring for signs of overheating
i.e. discolouration, charring of cables, deformation of parts,
acrid smells andblistered paint.
BATTERY
Keep the battery terminals and cable clamps clean and
lightly coated with petroleum jelly to prevent corrosion.
The battery restraint should be kept tight enough to prevent
the battery frommoving.
PRESSURE SYSTEM
Regularly. itis necessary to inspect the external surfaces of
the system (from ttle airend through to the discharge valVe(s
including hoses, tubes, tube fittings and the separator tank, for
visible signs of impact damage, excessive corrosion, abrasion,
tightness and chafing. Any suspect parts should be replaced
before the machine is put back into service.
TIRE PRESSURE
See the GENERAL DATA SECTION of this manual.
RUNNING GEAR/WHEELS
Check the wheel nut torque 20 miles (30 kilometres) after
refitting the wheels. Refer to the TORQUE SETTING TABLE
later in this section.
Ufting jacks should only be used under the axle.
The bolts securing the running gear to the chassis should be
checked periodically for tightness (refer to the MAINTENANCE
CHART for frequency) and re-tighten where necessary. Refer
to the TORQUE SETTING TABLE later in this section.
LUBRICATION
CAUTION: Always check the ail levels before a new mscnine
is put into service.
If, for any reascn. the unit has been drained. it must be
re-filled with new oil before itis put into operation.
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The engine oil and oil filter element should be changed atthe
engine manufacturer's recommended intervals. Refer to the
Engine operator manuaV6ection.
Refer to the Engine operators' manual/section for engine 011
specifications.
COMPRESSOR LU8RICATING OIL
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service intervals.
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conditions, or has sufTared tong shutdown periOdS, then more
frequent service intervals will berequired.
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WARNING: DO NOT, under any cIrcumstances, remove any
dratn plugs or the 011 filler plug from the compressor
lubricating and cooling system without first making sure
that the machine Is stopped and the system has been
completely relieved of all air pressure (refer to STOPPING
THE MACHINE in the OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS section
of this manual).
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the piping and oil cooler by removing the drain plug(s} and
collecting the used oil in asuitable container.
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NOTE: If the oil is drained immediately after the machine has
been running, then most of the sediment will be In suspension
and will therefore drain more readily.
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CAUTION: Soma oil mixtures ere incompatible and result in the
formation of varnishes, shellacs or lacquers which may be
insoluble. Refer to Portable Compressor Fluid Chart.
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Wheel bearings should be packed with grease every 12
months. The type of grease used should conform to
specification MIL-G-10924.
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Refer to these charts for correct compressor fluid
required. Note that the selection offluid is dependent on
the design operating pressure of the machine and the
ambient temperature expected to be encountered
before the next oil change.
Note: Fluids listed as "preferred" are required for
extended warranty.
Compressor oil carryover (oil consumption) may
be greater with the use of alternative fluids.
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Design Operating Ambient Specification
Pressure Temperature
Preferred:
100 psi to 300 psi -10F to 125F IR Pro-Tec~
(-23C to 52C)
Alternate:
ISO Viscosity Grade 46
with rust and oxidation
inhibitors, designed for
air compressor service.
Preferred:
350 psi (-23C to 5Z0C)
IRXHPtIOS
-10Fto 125F
Alternate:
IRXHP405
ISO Viscosity Grade 68
Group 3 or 5 wi1hrust
and oxidation inhibitors
designed for air eemprss-
sor service.
Preferred:
65F to 125F
XHP605
(-18"C to 52C)
IR XHP1001
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RATED OPERAT1NG PRESSURE
350 PSI
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XHPIIO!!
XHP 1001
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XHP40!5
Preferred Ingersoll-Rand Fluids - Use of these fluids with
original I-R filters can extend airend warranty. Refer to
operator's manual warranty section for details or contact
your I-R representative.
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PR O- TE C-
_ 22F
_ 40F
Ingersoll-Rand 1 gal. S gal. 55 gal. 220 gal.
Preferred Fluids (3.8 Litre) (19.0 Litre) (208.2Utre) (836 litre)
Preferred:
IR Pro-Tee"" 36899698 36899706 36899714 36899722
IR XHP605
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22252076 22252050 22252068
IR XHP1001 - 35612738 35300516 -
XHP405 - 22252126 22252100 22252118
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Start the machine (Refer to STARTING INSTRUCTIONS in
the OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS section of this manual).
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Normally, regulation requires no adjusting, but if correct
adjustment is lost, proceed as follows:
Refer to the diagram above.
A. Throttle A rm
B . Adjusti ng ScI'9W
C. Engine Governor
D. Separator Tank
E. Inlet Unloader
Inspect the throttle armon the engine governor to see that
it is extended in the full speed position when the engine is
runni ng at full-toad speed and the servi ce valve i s fully open,
(Refer to the GENERAL INFORMATION section of this
manual).
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maintain normal operating discharge pressure without the
throttle armmoving from the full speed position before normal
operating discharge pressure is attained. Turn the adjusting
screw clockwise to increase the pressure.Optimum adjustment
is achieved when the throttle armjust moves from its full speed
position and the pressure gauge reas normal operating
discharge pressure.
Close the service valve. The engine will slow to idle speed.
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allowable pressure on the pressure gtJuge, otherwise the safety
valve will operate. I
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NOMINAL DESIGN TORQUE
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(5)
CD 0 0
8AE J249 8AEJ249
GRADE 5 GRADES
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0 0 CD 0
(HEAD MARKING) (HEAD MARKING)
TYPICAL RECTANGULAR TORQUE
PATTERN
CAPSCREW
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OR NUT
THREAD
SIZE AND
6)
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PITCH
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0 0
2
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TYPICAL SQUARE TORQUE
(Nm.) (FT-LBF) (Nm.) (FT-LBF) PATTERN
1/4- 20 11 8 16 12
5/16 - 18 24 17 33 25
CD
3/8 - 16 42 31 59 44
0
0)
7/16 - 14 67 49 95 70
0 0
1/2- 13 102 75 144 106
9/16 - 12 148 109 208 154
0
287

5/8 - 11 203 150 212
TYPICAL CIRCULAR TORQUE
3/4- 10 361 266 509 376
PA1TERN
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TABLE 2 METRICFASTENERS
(Nm.) (FT-LBF)
(Nm.) (FT -LBF)
(Nm.) (FT -LBF)
M6 X 1. 0 11 8
15 11
18 13
MB X 1. 25 26 19
36 27
43 31
M10X1. 5 52 38
72 53
84 62
M12X1. 75 91 67
126 93
147 109
M14X2 145 107
200 148
234 173
313 231
TYPICAL CIRCULAR TORQUE
M16X2 226 166 365 270
PATTERN
M20 X 2.5 441 326
610 450
713 526
NOMINAL DESIGN TORQUE
PROPERTY
GRADE 8.8
(HE A D MA R K I NG)
PROPERTY
GRADE 10.9
(HEAD MARKING)
PROPERTY
GRADE 12.9
(HE A D MA R K I NG)
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TYPICAL SQUARE TORQUE
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FAULT FINDING
F AULT CAUSE REMEDY Engine
starts but
Will not run
Or engine
shuts down
prematurely.
Safety shut-down
system in operation.
Fuel starvation.
Check the safety
shut-down ~witches.
Check the fuel level
and fuel system
components.
Replace the fuel filter
if necessary.
Testthe switches.
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from
Instrument
panel when
keytumed
to (I)
position.
Batteries not Connect batteries.
connected.
Fuse at starter motor Replace fuse.
'blown'.
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SwItch failure.
High compressor oil
temperature.
Engine falls
to start.
Low battery charge. Check the fan belt
tension, battery and
cable connections.
Check the
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compressor oil level
and oil cooler. Check
the fan drive.
Water present in fuel Check the water
system. separator and clean if
required.
Bad earth
connection.
Check the earth
cables. clean as
required.
Locate and make the
connection good.
Check the fuel level
and fuel system
components.
Replace the fuel filter
if necessary.
Replace the relay.
Check the stop
solenoid
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Faulty relay. Check the relays and
replace if necessary.
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Fuel starvation.
Engine
Overheats.
Low water level Check the level and
replenish if
necessary.
Stopthe machine and
clean the cooling fins
with compressed air
or steam. Use
reduced pressure for
cleaning the fins.
Check the {~ andthe
drive belts. Check for
any obstruction inside
the cowl.
Check the thermostat
and replace if
necessary.
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Relay failed.
Faulty stop solenoid
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stops while
In service or
Is reluctant
to start.
Low fuel level. Fill fuel tank andbleed
air fromfuel system if
necessary. (Flemr to
MAINTENANCE
SECTION).
Check the safety
shut-down switches.
Reduced cooling air
from fan.
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system in operation. FalJlty thermostat
Engine
starta but
stalls when
the switch
retumBto
poSition I.
Electrical fault
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Test the electrical
circuits.
Engine
speed too
high.
Incorrect throttle arm
setting.
Check the engine
speed setting.
Low engine oil
pressure.
Check the oil level
andthe oil filter(s).
Check the relays,
Check the
key-switch.
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Faulty key-switch
Engine
speed too
low.
Incorrect throttle arm Check the throttle
setting. setting.
Blocked fuel filter. Check and replace if
necessary.
Check and replace
!he element if
necessary.
Reset the regUlation
system. Refer to
SPEED AND
PRESSURE
REGULATION
ADJUSTMENT in the
MAINTENANCE
section of this
manual.
Check the regulation
system.
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starts but
will not run
or engine
shuts down
prematurely.
Electrical fault. Test the electrical
circuits.
Blocked air filter.
Low engine oil
pressure.
Cheek the 011 level
and oil filter(s).
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regulation system.
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unloading.
excessive
vibration.
Engine speed too
law.
See "Engine sptiOd
too low"
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leaking 011
seal.
Improperly fitted 011
seal.
Replace !he oil seal.
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See 'Engine speed
too low"
FAULT FINDING
Air
discharge
capacity too
low.
EngIne speed too
low.
Blocked air cleaner.
High pressure air
escaping.
JncofTI9Ct/y set
regulation system.
Check the restriction
indicators and replace
the element(s) if
necessary.
Check for leaks.
Reset the regulation
system. Refer to
SPEEO ANO
PRESSURE:
REGULATION
ADJUSTMENT in the
MAINTENANCE
section of this
manual.
Compressor
overheats.
Topupthe oil level and
check for leaks.
Low oil level.
Dirty or blocked oil
cooler.
Incorrect grade of
oil.
Clean the oil cooler
fins.
Use Ingersoll-Rand
recommended oil.
Excessive 011
present In
the
discharge
air.
Blocked scavenge Check the scavenge
line. line, drop tube and
orifice. Clean and
replace.
Perforated separator Replace the
element. separator element.
Pressure in the Check the minimum
system is too low. pressure valve.
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Saf ety valve
operates.
Operating pressure
toohigh.
Incorrect setting of
the regulator.
Faulty regulator.
Inlet vstve SBt
Incorrectiy.
Loose pipe/hose
connections.
Faulty safety valve.
Refer to SPEED AND
PRESSURE RE-
GULATION AD
JUSTMENT In the
MAINTENANCE sec-
tion oftl'lls manual.
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Defective by-pass Check the operation
valve. of the element and
replace if necessary.
Recirculation of Move the machine to
cooling air. avoid recirculation.
Reduced cooling air Check the fan andthe
from fan. drive belts. Check for
any obstruction inside
the fan cowl.
Adjust the regulator.
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Refer to SPEED AND
PRESSURE
REGULATION
ADJUSTMENT inthe
MAINTENANCE
section of this
manual.
Check all pipe/hose
connections.
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pressure. Replace
the safety valve if
faulty.
DO NOT ATTEMPT
A R E PA I R .
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back Into tho
air filter.
Incorrect stopping
procedure used
Faulty inlet valve.
Always employ the
correct stopping
procedure. Close the
discharge valve and
allow the machine to
run on Idle before
stopping.
Check for free
operation of the inlet
valve(s).
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goes to full
pressure
when
started.
Faulty load valve. Replace the valve.
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to load when H- - - ~- - - - ~- - - - ~~- - - - - - - - - - - - ~
the load Faulty switch. Testswitch
switch Is Loose pipe/hose Check all pipe/hose
praaed. COMSCtJons. connections,
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manual/section.
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This publication, which contains an illustrated parts breakdown, has
been prepared as an aid in locating those parts ~ich may be re-
quired in the maintenance ofthe unit. Always insist on genuine Inger-
soll-Rand Company parts for your compressor.
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Ingersoll-Rand Company can bear no responsibility for injury or
damages resulting directly from the use of non-approved repair
parts.
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Ingersoll-Rand service facilities and parts are available worldwide.
Consult local yellow pages or visit:
www.portablepower.irco.com.
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Special order parts may not be included in this manual. Contact the
Mocksville Parts Department with the unit serial number for assis-
tance with these special parts.
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The parts breakdown illustrates and lists the various assemblies,
subassemblies and detailed parts which make up this particular
machine. This covers the standard models and the more popular
options that are available.
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In referring to the rear, the front or to either side of the unit, always
consider the drawbar end of the unit as the front. Standing atthe
rear ofthe unit facing the drawbar (front) will detenmine the right and
left sides.
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Both SAE/inch, ISO/metric hardware have been used in the design
and assembly ofthese units. In the disassembly and reassembly of
parts, extreme care must be taken to avoid damaging threads bythe
use of wrong fasteners.
HOW TO ORDER
Always specify the model and serial number of the unit
Specify the part number and description.
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INDEX
GENERAL ARRANGEMENT
HIGH SPEED RUNNING GEAR FRAME ASSEMBLY
HIGH SPEED RUNNING GEAR BELLY PANS
DRAWBAR J ACK ASSEMBLY
BRAKE ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY
HYDRAULIC BRAKE PIPING
PARKING BRAKE ASSEMBLY
HIGH SPEED RUNNING GEAR
ELECTRIC AND HYDRAULIC BRAKES ( INTERNAL PARTS)
RUNNING LIGHT ASSEMBLY
STEERABLE FRAME AND BELLY PANS
STEERABLE RUNNING GEAR
ENGINE COMPLETE
REGULATION SYSTEM
ETHER COLD START KIT
EXHAUST COMPLETE
AIR END COMPLETE
AIR END ASSEMBLY
UNLOADER ASSEMBLY
RADIATOR AND COOLER MOUNTING
RADIATOR AND COOLERS PIPING
FUEL TANK ASSEMBLY
FUEL TANK PIPING
AIR INTAKE COMPLETE
SEPARATOR TANK ASSEMBLY
SEPARATOR TANK PIPING
MINIMUM PRESSURE CHECK VALVE ASSEMBLY
SERVICE PIPING ( ONE 2"NPT VALVE)
AIR PIPING DIAGRAM
OIL PIPING DIAGRAM
COMPRESSOR OIL FILTER
INSTRUMENT I CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
INSTRUMENT / CONTROL PANEL
INSTRUMENT PANEL DOOR ASSEMBLY
BATTERY AND MOUNTING
ENCLOSURE(EXTERNAL)
ENCLOSURE BAFFLES
ACOUSTIC FOAM
DECAL LOCATION
WIRING DIAGRAM
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
_QPTIQt-J S .
STARTING AID ( AC KIT)
SERVICE AND MANIFOLD PIPING
IQ PIPING AND COOLER
AFTER COOLER PIPING
CENTRAL DRAINS
SECURABLE LIFT EYE
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B 35369800 2 COUPLI NG, CHAI N T 22231732 BELL YPAN , DI SCHARGE
C 95934170 7 SCREW U 22157556 F RAME, HSRG
0 35356526 6 NUT V 35369313 2 STEP
E 35605187 EYE, PI NTLE W 22199582 2 BRACKET, F ENDER
F 35374453 7 NUT X 22193718 2 F ENDER
G 35272558 6 SCREW Y 22159859 BAI L , LI F TI NG
H 36734879 ACTUATOR , BRAKE Z 36763670 2 SCREW
J 22247191 DRAWBAR A1 22182307 1 PLATE, LI F TI NG
K 35375963 4 SCREW A2 96700901 4 SCREW
L 95935011 4 WASHER A3 35327840 EYE, PI NTLE
M 35297340 4 NUT A4 36742880 BRACKET, PI NTLE EYE
N 96701750 4 NUT A5 35315944 SWI TCH, BREAK- AWAY
P 35376094 2 SCREW A6 36797652 SCREW
Q 96702741 2 NUT A7 22193734 2 F ENDER, GALVANEAL
R 36870111 JACK, DRA WBAR
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B 22231674 2 BELL YPAN , FRONT OUTSIDE
C 22231641 BELL YPAN , AIR END
D 22231682 BELL YPAN , RIGHT MIDDLE
E 22231633 BELL YPAN , ENGINE
F 22231690 BELL YPAN , LEFT MIDDLE
G 22231724
BELL YPAN , REAR DISCHARGE
35279025 SCREW
36895746 NUTSERT
H 36889608 3 SCREW
J 36881886 3 NUT
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C 35336700
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E 36870095
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G 36870079
H 36870129
J 95935011
K 95923314
L 36870061
M 95935235
36870111
OTY DESCRIPTION ITEM
BASE ,J ACK
1 BOLT
1 NUT. LOCK
DROP LEG AND SLEEVE
PIN, PULL
1 CLIP
TUBE, INNER
1 BEARING, THRUST
1 TUBE, OUTER
WASHER
1 NUT, LOCK
CRANK ASSEMBLY
BOLT
DRAWBAR J ACK ASSEMBLY
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B 35373083 2 S-HOOK
35373091 CHAIN
C 35373042
LEVER ASSEMBLY
D 35373059 SEAL, WEATHER
E 35373067 LOCK, RIGHT
35373075 LOCK, LEFT
F 35373117
CYLINDER, MASTER
35376433
KIT, CYLINDER REPAIR
G 35373109 1 CONNECTOR
H 35373125 1 GASKET
J 35373034 COVER
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B 35356377 2 HOSE ASSEMBLY N 35356302 3 CLIP, HOSE
C 36894699 1 TUBE ASSEM6L Y P 37001252 3 CLAMP ,TUBE
D 36867489 2 TUBE ASSEMBLY
E 36867273 1 TUBE ASSEMBLY
F 35356328 3 TEE
G 35356369 1 HOSE ASSEMBLY
H 35356401 2 TUBE ASSEMBLY
J 35356336 1 UNION
K 36734879 1 HYDRAULIC BRAKE ACTUATOR
L 22262323 2 BRACKET, TEE
95935102 2 NUT ( 1/2" )
36898096 2 SCREW (6MM )
36898104 2 NUT (6MM )
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B 36879195 2 NUT
C 35603224 2 SPACER
0 36847440 1 BRACKET, LEFT
E 95934998 4 WASHER
F 95928867 4 PIN, COTTER
G 96701743 4 NUT
H 35602846 1
BRACKET
J FURNISHED WITH CABLE
K 95935086 NUT
L 35357151 4 PIN
M 35603182 ROD, LINK
N 35118728 NUT
P 35603208 CLEVIS
Q
35857382 LEVER
R 36847432 1 BRACKET, RIGHT
S 35376946 2 SCREW
T 36880698 2 CABLE ( ELECTRIC BRAKES)
35857408 2 CABLE ( HYDRAULIC BRAKES)
U 35602895 2 CLAMP
V 25602903 2 SPACER
W 35279025 4 SCREW
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B 35315126 4 SPRING N 35356930 2 EQUALIZER
C 35315365 4 SCREW P 36895225 2 HANGER, CENTER
0 35315373 4 NUT Q 22278196 2 SPACER, CENTER
E 96739958 12 SCREW R 35326966 2 HANGER, REAR
F 95935003 12 WASHER S 22193015 2 AXLE WITH ELEC. BRAKE
G 35315340 4 SCREW 22161343 AXLE HYDRAULIC FRONT
H 35326958 2 HANGER ,FRONT 22161350 AXLE HYDRAULIC REAR
J 35315357 4 NUT T 35315258 16 NUT
K 22278212 4 SPACER U 35316959 8 U-BOLT
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B 35282565 4 STEM, VALVE M 35316884 4 RACE, BEARING
C 35318757 4 WHEEL N 35361898 24 STUD, HUB
D 22253041 4 TIRE P 35316876 4 BEARING, INNER WHEEL
E 35379387 4 COVER, RUBBER Q 35316868 4 SEAL,HUB
F 35379395 4 COVER, BEARING R 22346126 2 BEAM, AXLE
G 35315217 4 NUT
H 35315209 4 WASHER
J 35318849 4 BEARING, OUTER WHEEL
K 35318831 4 RACE, BEARING
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B 35356864 10 WASHER
C 36895795 2 KIT, BRAKE SPRING
D 36867851 KIT. LEFT BRAKE CYLINDER
36867885 1 KIT. RIGHT BRAKE CYLINDER
E 36895779 1 KIT, LEFT SHOE AND LINING
36895787 1 KIT. RIGHT SHOE AND LINING
F 35393834 1 PLATE. LEFT BACKING. ASSEMBLY
35393842 1 PLATE. RIGHT BACKING. ASSEMBLY
36895241 COMPLETE LEFT BRAKE ASSEMBLY
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36867885 KIT, RIGHT BRAKE CYLINDER
E 36895779 KIT, LEFT SHOE AND LINING
36895787 1 KIT, RIGHT SHOE AND LINING
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C 35393727 2 KIT. ADJ USTING SCREW AND SPRING
D 36895811 2 KIT. MAGNET
E 36895829 1 KIT. LEFT ACTUATING LEVER
36895837 1 KIT. RIGHT ACTUATING LEVER
F 36895803 2 KIT. SHOE AND LINING
G 35393859 1 PLATE. LEFT BACKING. ASSEMBLY
35393867 1 PLATE. RIGHT BACKING. ASSEMBLY
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A 22391833 2 NUT ,LOCK
B 22391841 2 CAP
C 22391809 1 EYE, PINTLE
0 22391817 2 SCREW
E 22391825 4 WASHER
F 22391775 SHAFT, TOW BAR
G 22391858 2 CAP, GREASE FITTING
H 22391767 2
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J 22391783 WASHER
K 22391791 1 NUT, LOCK
L 22391759 1 ORAWBAR
M 22391890 2 SCREW
N 22391882 2 WASHER
P 22391874 PLATE
Q 22391866 PIN
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A 22392153 2 COVER ,HUB U 22392377 2 PIN, BALL
B 22392237 2 PIN, COTTER V 22392385 2 NUT
C 22392146 2 NUT W
22392393 2 ROD ,TRACK
D 22392229 2 WASHER. HUB X 22392427 2 SCREW
E 22392138 2 BEARING, OUTER
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F 22392211 10 NUT, WHEEL Z 22391767 4 FITTING, GREASE
G 22392203 10 STUD, WHEEL A1 22392294 BEAM, FRONT AXLE
H 22392120 2 FRONT HUB ASSEMBLY 22391726 1 FRONT AXLE ASSEMBLY
J 22392161 2 BEARING, INNER ( INCLUDES ITEMS A-l, P-T, Y-A 1 )
K 22392179 2 SEAL 22391734 1 TRACK ROD ASSEMBLY
L 22392286 4 BUSHING ( INCLUDES ITEMS U - W )
M 22392419 4 NUT, LOCK
ITEMS M , N AND X ARE NOT INCLUDED
N 22392401 8 WASHER WITH ABOVE ASSEMBLIES.
P 22392187 1 LEFT FRONT AXLE STUB
22392195 1 RIGHT FRONT AXLE STUB
Q 22392252 2 SCREW
R 22392260 2 NUT, LOCK
S 22392245 2 WASHER
T 22392278 2 PIN, KING
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A 22392153 2 CAP, HUB
V 22392682 4 PLUG
B 22392237 2 PI N, COTTER
W 22392583 2 SCREW
C 22392146 2 NUT X 22392435 BEAM, REAR AXLE
D 22392229 2 WASHER, HUB Y 22392344 4 WASHER
E 22392138 2 BEARI NG, OUTER Z 22392310 4 SHACKLE, F RONT
F 22392211 10 NUT, WHEEL A1 22392112 16 NUT, LOCK
G 22392203 10 STUD, WHEEL A2 22392104 16 WASHER
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DRUM, REAR BRAKE A3 22392088 4 SPRI NG BASE, LOWER
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K 22392161 2 BEARI NG, I NNER
A5 22392336 4 SCREW
L 22392633 4 SPRI NG
A6 22392070 4 SPRI NG BASE, UPPER
M 22392625 4 SHOE , BRAKE
A7 22392096 16 SCREW
N 22392617 2 ADJUSTER
A8 22392328 4 SHACKLE, REAR
P 22392658 2 EXPANDER
A9 22392369 4 BUSHI NG
Q 22392641 2 HOLDER
B1 22392351 4 NUT, LOCK
R 22392591 4 WEDGE
22391742 1 REAR AXLE ASSEMBLY
S 22392666 2 SPRI NG
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T 22392609 2 WEDGE
U 22392674 2 COVER
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B 22392013 2 NUT R 22391940 1 LATCH
C 22391882 2 WASHER S 22391882 2 WASHER
0 22392005 2 SCREW T 22391890 2 SCREW
E 22391973 RACHET, BRAKE U 22392054 3 SCREW
F 22391999 CABLE, BRAKE V 22392047 3 WASHER
G 22392021 NUT W 22392062 3 NUT
H 22392039 1 YOKE
X 22391965 1 BOX, PINTLE
J 22391858 2 CAP, GREASE FITTING
Y 22391957 1 PIN, LARGE
K 22391767 2 FITTING, GREASE Z 22391924 1 PIN, SMALL
L 22391908 2 BEARING, BRONZE 22391718 1 PINTLE BOX ASSY.
M 22391791 NUT,LOCK ( ITEMS A THRU Z)
N 22391783 WASHER
P 22391916 1 BEARING, BRONZE
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A 22391833 NUT,LOCK
B 22392443 1 WASHER
C 22392500 2 BEARING. BRONZE
D 22392476 3 PIN
E 22392468 3 PIN, COTTER
F 22392492 1 LEVER
G 22392039 3 YOKE
H 22392450 3 WASHER
J 22392021 6 NUT
K 22392534 2 ROD
L 22392526 2 NUT. ADAPTER
M 22392062 2 NUT
N 22392518 2 HOOK. SAFETY
P 22392484 1 PIN
Q 22392542 ROD
R 22392559 1 SPRING
S 22392567 1 WASHER
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B 95935037 4 WASHER
C 22170138 FAN ASSEMBLY
D 22293179 SPACER, FAN
E 95934253 SCREW
F 35273937 WASHER
G 96730395 4 SCREW
H 22186241 BRACKET, ENGINE
J 35302835 MOUNT, RUBBER
K 95923363 NUT
L 22134969 6C8.3 CU - HP-675-W-CU / XP-7500-W-CU
22134951 6C8.3 CU - HP-750D-W-CU / XP-825D-W-CU /9-235
22177737 ENGINE OIL FILTER
35374677 1 ENGINE FUEL FILTER
22345748 1 ENGINE WATER FILTER
22345755 1 STARTER MOTOR
22345763 ENGINE BELT
22178115 ALTERNATOR
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B 35328467 2
C 95935086 2
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CYLINDER, AIR
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SPACER
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C 35357961 1
D 35602812
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F 35279025 4
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ATOMIZER
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MUFFLER
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E 95934253 2
F 35834795
G 35103852 1
H 95220604 8
J 96701917 12
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N 35272558 6
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AIR END ASSEMBLY ( HP-750 &XP-750 )
AIR END ASSEMBLY ( XP-825 & 9 /235 )
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B 36851681 SPACER
C 36764785 PLATE, CLAMP
D 35336304 SCREW
E 36854925 BEARING, INBOARD
F 35361328 KEY
G 35364975 1 KEY, COUPLING
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UNIT AIR END ASSY. GEAR SET
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XP-7S0D-W-CU 42437574 35335363
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XP-825D-W-CU 42437582 35334853
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B 39326749 PLATE, RETAINER
C 39253992 a-RING
0 35279009 2 SCREW
E 96712179 8 SCREW
F 95938205 1 PLUG
G 39330626 14MM ORIFICE
H 95939856 1 PLUG
J 95938205 3 PLUG
K 95939856 1 PLUG
L 95938221 1 PLUG
M 95938205 2 PLUG
N 95023073 2 a-RING
P 22219687 2 PLATE , COVER
Q 95239927 2 PIN, DOWEL
R 22124317 HOUSING, ROTOR
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K 96706262
L 95938965
M 39890553
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RING I SNAP
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1 SET, ROTOR
1 O-RING
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14 SCREW
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1 HOUSING I REAR BEARING
2 O-RING
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B 39437686
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2 a-RING
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B 35332683
C 35591163
D 35327204
E 35592534
F 95934642
G 35591169
H 96702659
J 36734507
K 35332006
L 35328228
M 35328251
N 96702287
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Q 35328244
R 35328269
S 35591171
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PISTON
WASHER
DIAPHRAGM
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1 BODY , UNLOADER
1 STEM
1 BUSHING
GASKET
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HOUSING
SEAL
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C 22228852
D 22303465
E 22186779
F 22228860
G 22202485
H 22228431
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K 22202477
L 22155870
M 22202501
N 22202493
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2 SUPPORT, COOLER
3 PLATE, COVER
1 SUPPORT, BOTTOM COOLER
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1 GUARD, FAN
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F 22207146 1 TUBE, CHARGE AIR OUT
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K 35222017 4 CLAMP, HOSE A5 35287556 1 PLUG
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A7 95953444 1 COUPLING
N 22206130 HOSE, TOP RADIATOR
A8 36782167 1 VALVE, BALL
P 22155592 1 COOLER, OIL
A9 95264776 2 CLAMP
Q 36877280 RADIATOR
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A 35863638 4 BAND, MOUNTING X 22283600
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C 96735550 8 NUT Z TO ENGINE
0 22271746 BRACKET
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C 36866028
D 96702329
E 95280541
F 22188205
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L 54627799
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B 35367317 CV ASSEMBLY
C 22218457 SPRING. SMALL
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E 35367374 a-RING
F 35367366 SPRING. LARGE
G 22218432 CAP. VALVE
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C 35192178 1 CLAMP. SADDLE
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C 35286541 HOSE ASSEMBLY
D 35284538 HOSE ASSEMBLY
E 35309210 1 ELBOW
F 95944708 1 TEE
G 95934279 NIPPLE
H 35581792 1 VALVE, BALL
J 35284082 1 CONNECTOR
K 36840841 VALVE, SOLENOID
L 35282953 HOSE ASSEMBLY
M 35290147 1 CONNECTOR
N TO INSTRUMENT PANEL PRESSURE GAGE
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S 35306661 1 HOSE ASSEMBLY
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P 35857176 1
B 35283134 1 CONNECTOR 0 35302314 2
C 35322379 1 VALVE. BLOWDOWN
R 35283050
D 35322395 2 SILENCER
S 35283068
E 35287929 1 TEE
T 36867554 1
F 35322346 1 ORIFICE ( . 156" ) U 36840460 1
G 95944575 2 NIPPLE
V 35282961
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K 95940748 1 BUSHING
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M 36881944 VALVE. SOLENOID
N 35287937 ELBOW
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B 22214787
C 22214803
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E 35114057 3
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A 22279772 1 HOSE ASSEMBLY H 36866564 1 ELBOW
B 39476973 1 ELBOW J
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C 95365094 1 ELBOW K 95959730 1 ELBOW
0 35322494 HOSE ASSEMBLY L 35279827 1 ELBOW
E 95469052 1 UNION M 39911292 1 TUBE
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K 96701479 3 SCREW
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B 22298350 1 INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY
C 36898096 6 SCREW
D 36898104 6 NUT
E 36845725 1 HINGE
F 95942637 8 NUT
G 22299077 1 PANEL,MODULEtNSTRUMENT
H 36771434 MODULE, 7 LIGHT DIAGNOSTICS
J 36775484 4 NUT, PLASTIC
K 36844124 3 SCREW, 1/4 TURN
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B 22050991 GAGE. FUEL LEVEL
C 22054175
METER. HOUR
22054159 2 NUT. PLASTIC
0 22054092 SWITCH. WARM-UP
E 22054068 SWITCH. ETHER
F 22134118 KNOB ASSEMBLY
G 22127385
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H 35306687 ELBOW
J 95935599 COUPLING
K 36891216 GA"GE . 200 PSI PRESSURE
L 22055883 TACHOMETER
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35293075 10"STARTER TO FRAME GROUND STRAP
B 96719869 SCREW ( TO ENGINE BLOCK)
C 22252811 1 TRAY, BOTTOM BATTERY
D 35279025 11 SCREW
E 36895746 7 NUTSERT
F 36793545 2 BATTERY
G 22253892 SPACER, BATTERY
H 22252829 1 TRAY ,TOP
J 22254981 1 BRACE, TOP TRA Y
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L 36780609 1 CABLE, NEGATIVE
M 35598986 1 CABLE, J UMPER
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B 22211163 2 DOOR, SIDE T 22243273 1 DOOR
C 2 2 2 082 84 2 PANEL, HSRG ONLY U 2 2 2 08946 1 COVER, LIFT BAIL
0 35130707 4 HANDLE V 22197495 1 PANEL, RIGHT REAR
96702659 8 SCREW W 22203681 1 GRILL, RIGHT FRONT
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E 36793602 2 LATCH ASSEMBLY Y 22198188 2 RAIL, TOP SIDE
36794816 8 RIVET Z 22198444 2 RAIL, TOP SIDE
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J 35310622 3 PLUGS, HOLE A4 36844355 4 SPRING, GAS
K 22202063 1 GRILL, FRONT END 22068373 2 SEAL,DOOR
L 22207930 2 BRACE, END PANEL 36895746 NUTSERT
M 22197479 1 PANEL, REAR END 35279025 SCREW,8MM
N 22300248 2 COVER, END PANEL 36797652 SCREW,6MM
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Q 22237564 1 PANEL, TOP MIDDLE A6 95934873 2 SCREW, SHOULDER
R 22199020 1 PANEL, TOP REAR 95935029 2 WASHER
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C 22208292 2 PANEL, HSRG ONLY
U 22208953 1 COVER, LIFT BAIL
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FOAM, INST. PANEL A6 22252399 FOAM. RIGHT SIDE
FOAM, DOOR A7 22252209 1 FOAM. RIGHT DOOR
FOAM, LEFT DOOR A8 22252381 FOAM, RIGHT SIDE
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B 54604921 TOWING SPEED DECAL
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E 54640024 1 GENUINE PARTS DECAL
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TACHOMETER 22055883 M6
FUEL LEVEL GAGE 22050991 M2
HOURMETER 22054175 M1
LOAD SWITCH 22054092 S16
KEY SWITCH 22127385 S1
HEATERS N/A S11
ETHER INJ ECTION SWITCH 22054068 S10
INSTRUMENT PANEL HARNESS 22286348 N/A
ENGINE HARNESS
DIAGNOSTIC LIGHT PANEL 36771434 U1
STARTER RELAY 35577873 Kl
ALTERNATOR INDICATOR RELAY 36878361 K6
CRANK LATCH RELAY 36892362 K2
START I RUN LATCH RELAY 36892362 K3
SHUTDOWN LATCH RELAY 36892362 K4
FUEL SOLENOID RELAY 36892362 K5
BYPASS RELAY 36892362 K7
COOLANT LEVEL ALARM MODULE 36892370 U3
AIR END DISCHARGE TEMP. SWITCH 36865756 S3
COMPRESSOR TEMP. SENDER 35604180 RT1
ENGINE OIL PRESSURE SWITCH 36843423 S15
ENGINE OIL PRESSURE SWITCH 36757581 S4
ENGINE COOLANT TEMP. SWITCH 35327691 S5
ENGINE OIL PRESSURE SENDER 36870608 RP1
ENGINE TEMP. SENDER 35604180 RT2
COIL COMMANDER 22299127 Ll
SEP. TANK SAFETY VALVE TEMP. SW_ 36865756 S2
COOLANT LEVEL PROBE 35356799 PBl
ENGINE AIR FILTER RESTRICTION SW. 36847838 S8
COMPA. AIR FILTER RESTRICTION SW_ 36847838 S9
CUMMINS ENGINE HARNESS 22286330 N/A
FUEL SENDER 22155451 U2
EMERGENCY STOP SWITCH 22162549 P3A , P38 ( OPTION)
DIODE 35376169 01
DIODE 35376169 02
DIODE 35376169 03
DIODE 35376169 D4
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DISCHARGE AIR PRESSURE SW 36757573 S7
REGULATOR HEATER N/A HR1
UNLOADER VALVE SOLENOID 36881944 L2
START I RUN VALVE SOLENOID 36840841 L3
ETHER SOLENOID 35357052 L4
STARTER MOTOR 22345755 B1
ALTERNATOR 22178115 G1
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F 36874675 1 HEATER. OIL PAN
G 36920338 HEATER. BATTERY
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