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Old 03-03-2011, 01:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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does anyone have a part # for the extraction tool to remove the feed tubes on a 2006 5.9L cummins? and where to get one?
i'm going to need one come April when my new injectors arrive.

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You shouldn't need it (or at least I haven't)

But Miller Tool makes it. BRB with the part #
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Miller 9015 connector tube extractor tool.
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Just take a fuel line from the rail and attach one end to the tube. The other end must be free. Hand tight is fine. The nut on the line should give you enough purchase to pull the tube by hand.
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ok guy's, i'll try the trick with the fuel line, THX!
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Just take a fuel line from the rail and attach one end to the tube. The other end must be free. Hand tight is fine. The nut on the line should give you enough purchase to pull the tube by hand.
This is the way I did mine. Might have to use a screw driver to help them come out.
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I disconnected the whole rail. Of course I was tearing down for a full rebuild, but I do believe I caught a couple threads on the injector lines, then popped the tubes out with a screwdriver.

Cummins says to replace the tubes with new injectors. Real bold words too, with the word "must" in there as well.
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I got one from Sears on-line.
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I disconnected the whole rail. Of course I was tearing down for a full rebuild, but I do believe I caught a couple threads on the injector lines, then popped the tubes out with a screwdriver.

Cummins says to replace the tubes with new injectors. Real bold words too, with the word "must" in there as well.
I just had all 6 injectors replaced under warranty and my truck now rattles like crazy, along with a new noticeable tick and knock ... the rattle is the worst under moderate throttle under load. I asked the mechanic at the dealer about replacing the connector tubes and he said no. Can you show me where Cummins says the tubes must be replaced at the same time?
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Is your timing altered but any programmer or mod? After I installed my 6 new injectors my cummins rattled too. To eliminate the rattle I backed off the timing and got it closer to stock. With 6 new injectors your truck will definitely sound different.
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i bought the miller tool, but i have always used a lug nut off the truck, i run the long splined style lug nuts, and they work prefect for the feed tubes, just remember to replace the lug nut when your done.
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does anyone have a part # for the extraction tool to remove the feed tubes on a 2006 5.9L cummins? and where to get one?
i'm going to need one come April when my new injectors arrive.

THX!!!
snap-on no. cj149 around 20.00dollers canadian.
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