CUMMINS 5.9L & 6.7L COMMON RAIL DIESEL
|Dates||Monday, September 25 - Tuesday, September 26|
|Time||6:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. each evening|
|Place||Holiday Inn Charleston-Riverview
301 Savannah Hwy
Charleston, SC 29407 Map →
|Contact||Keena Martin - (800) 233-3182 Ext. 222|
|Download Enrollment Form NOTE: Complete enrollment form and fax to (858) 486-8530.|
Diesel engines are very simple – just compress some air and fuel and you get combustion. But with the advent of common rail fuel pressurization and delivery systems, diagnosis and repair became a complicated and time-consuming game. Add variable vane/nozzle turbochargers, feedback EGR systems, and exhaust aftertreatment systems like Diesel Particulate Filters, Selective Catalyst Reduction, and Diesel Exhaust Fluid injection, and it’s hard to know where to start. System, code, and system diagnosis covered includes:
• Finding elusive Cummins internal fuel leaks
• Modifications & retrofits that make sense
• Tips for getting DPFs to regenerate
• Help for stuck DEF messages and codes
• Easy tests for injector ball faults
• Simplified no-start & hard-start diagnostics
• Great tests for low power complaints
• Turbo issues & diagnosis
Other published Cummins repair information is inconsistent, and many of the flow charts run you in circles performing tests that would take days. In contrast, our approach looks for high-level indicators to make a better possible-cause list, and then offers multiple simple tests to trim that list as fast as possible without taking too much apart.
Cummins engine management and emissions systems are each comprehensively covered, including special tools, workarounds, unused Scan Tool functions, and other great shortcuts.
From a simple high-level pass to system-specific tips, this seminar covers the entire diagnostic process. We have included real-world examples to prove that these strategies will find the root cause of your code or symptom in the shortest amount of time.