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Author Topic: 1st Gen Cummins Principles of Operation and Fuel System Troubleshooting  (Read 8797 times)

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Learn how to operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair your 89-93 12v Cummins.

Cummins (12 valve) Fuel System Troublshooting - Mastertech 1993 Part 1


Cummins (12 valve) Fuel System Troublshooting - Mastertech 1993 Part 2


Cummins (12 valve) Fuel System Troublshooting - Mastertech 1993 Part 3


Cummins (12 valve) Fuel System Troublshooting - Mastertech 1993 Part 4

Avoid replacing any part that you have not proven to be faulty through extensive testing.

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Fantastic - fantastic resource Joe.  It is very refreshing to see good video that covers the 'basics'.  I get worked up in the modification that I often 'forget' the normal, essential stuff.  +1 to ya {cool}

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Fantastic - fantastic resource Joe.  It is very refreshing to see good video that covers the 'basics'.  I get worked up in the modification that I often 'forget' the normal, essential stuff.  +1 to ya {cool}

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This might not be so much for you, as for the guy who doesn't know how to test the lift pump, change a fuel filter, set valve lash, ect ect.

I have a feeling we have more visual learners on board, and video goes a long way in explaining this stuff.

As I find more videos, they will also be posted.

I'd love to find an online video outlining torqueflite disasembly, that would go a long way in boosting confidence of members, and that is my goal. Boost their confidence to tackle DIY projects.
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awesome .... this should be a sticky
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awesome .... this should be a sticky
I have come to a conclusion that sticky is secret code for "DO NOT READ THIS". No one really pays attention to stickys for some odd reason. Just like putting signs or notices up, must be the human brain is programmed to automatically block those out, LMAO.
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Sweet post.  I remember one year a new Mastertech came out.  They said the vehicles came from the factory in "ship" mode, but the audio was so poor it sounded like...well..."poo" mode.  They said it over and over again.  LOL!!!!!  Everyone was roaring.  That was the end of the training meeting.
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I just found this on 1stgen.org. Great Info!!!!!
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Fantastic stuff, we would love some more.....

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Re: 1st Gen Cummins Principles of Operation and Fuel System Troubleshooting
« Reply #8 on: September 6, 2011, 10:48:28 PM »

I have a feeling we have more visual learners on board, and video goes a long way in explaining this stuff.
Joe you hit the nail on the head with this statement. It is so much easier for me and many others to learn by actually seeing it done. Reading how to do it isn't as easy for some. Thanks for the Video links they will definatley come in handy. Hell I had to call RXT when I ran out of fuel once because I DID NOT KNOW how to bleed the air out of the system to restart. I was a gas only guy but I am learning all about my Diesel now.
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Re: 1st Gen Cummins Principles of Operation and Fuel System Troubleshooting
« Reply #9 on: September 6, 2011, 11:21:08 PM »
I miss Joe. :'(
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Re: 1st Gen Cummins Principles of Operation and Fuel System Troubleshooting
« Reply #10 on: September 7, 2011, 12:21:16 AM »
Forgive me my ignorance but what happened to Joe? I been offline for a year or so and I remember he was one of the most active members.. I thought it was odd that EvilDriver3 (Marty) wasnt around either and SheDevil too...
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Re: 1st Gen Cummins Principles of Operation and Fuel System Troubleshooting
« Reply #11 on: September 7, 2011, 01:24:41 AM »
Joe got tired of answering questions for people who didn't want to listen.
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Re: 1st Gen Cummins Principles of Operation and Fuel System Troubleshooting
« Reply #12 on: September 20, 2011, 06:38:24 PM »
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Re: 1st Gen Cummins Principles of Operation and Fuel System Troubleshooting
« Reply #13 on: March 22, 2012, 04:55:08 PM »
Thanks for posting these. I am having a hell of a time with my IP.

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  These Master Tech vids are great!  Bookmarked!

Who produces these training vids?  Where can I buy the CD's?


http://ramchargercentral.com/diesel-talk/diesel-maintenance-videos/
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