Im lookin at a 2000 cummins and i dnt see many on this site. I was just wonderin if there was anything wrong or diff. on the 2000?
fixed you typo there, and highlighted the important part.Don't let the brake thing scare you.. You will replace the front brakes on any of these trucks 2 times to the 1 time for the rear. My 99 stops just as good as a disk brake truck... I wonder why semi's have not gone to disk brakes?
Just make sure it has good fuel pressure as the vp trucks have issues there. Also look at the front end or have someone check it out for you.. ball joints die on all of them and drag links crap out on the 4X4 models.
Change the fuel filter. If that doesn't work, put a mechanical gauge on it. Your lp might be inop if it still is at 0psi.Another ? i have is when you have a FP guage what if it starts to read low fuel presure what do you do? Can you adjust something.
If I understand the intention of your question, what you mean is, what do you do if the FP gauge begins to indicate that the LP is failing. If that's the intention, here is the answer.Another ? i have is when you have a FP guage what if it starts to read low fuel presure what do you do? Can you adjust something.
yep, in the picture above it doesn't really show it very well. There is really a cap much like a valve stem on a tire that you remove and thread the gauge on. It should read from 10-15 or a little higher at idle and no less than 10psi at WOT. IMO:w:ok gues so i need a FP guage and i push it onto the test fitting while the trucks running? is that right