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Old 12-13-2012, 03:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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5.9 Engine engine diagram

I'm looking for diagrams of the engine in the 1st gen Cummins. Ah pretty much anything if you can find still learning about them
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Go to genosgarage and get you a factory service manual, has alot of info on the engine there.

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The factory service manual is great, just make sure to get the diesel supplement as well. CD's are cheaper
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Try Cummins quick serve just sign up and put in your engine serial number and you can get a lot of good stuff.
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