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Cummins12V98

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Devo the dog wrote:

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It seems like Ram wants to rid themselves of the Bosch 4.2 injection pump!

Recall notice

I bet it'll take years for ram to replace them.


I am betting decades.


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Cummins12V98 wrote:

Devo the dog wrote:

rhagfo wrote:

It seems like Ram wants to rid themselves of the Bosch 4.2 injection pump!

Recall notice

I bet it'll take years for ram to replace them.


I am betting decades.


At least 27 years


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Isn't the Bosch pump used in most of the 3.0 diesels? Are they immune from these problems for some reason?


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Where have you seen that it's not spec'ed for 15W40? The 17, 20 and now 18 that I had all said either that or 5W40. The fuel pump was one of the reasons I traded my 20 in on a 18, along with the overheating isues I could never figure out.


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Maybe I missed it, but didn't see any mention in the Safety Recall Report nor the tfltruck.com link about the $8000-$15,000 fix action when a CP4 grenades. Gotta wonder who (Ram, Cummins, or both) is going to foot the bill to address this problem on 600,000+ trucks. I believe Ram and Cummins went to court a few years back over who was responsible for various warranty issues.

Are these CP4 class-action lawsuits gaining much traction? Can't imagine the hit to Ford and Ram's bottom line if they lose.

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" I believe Ram and Cummins went to court a few years back over who was responsible for various warranty issues."

As a friend would say to me "please prove that".



While under the 5/100 powertrain warranty the pumps will be replaced. Now they will be replacing all of them on their own dime.

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Cummins12V98 wrote:

" I believe Ram and Cummins went to court a few years back over who was responsible for various warranty issues."

As a friend would say to me "please prove that".
Google is your friend. Surprised you missed this. Here's one link, among many, that provide some details.

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otrfun wrote:

Cummins12V98 wrote:

" I believe Ram and Cummins went to court a few years back over who was responsible for various warranty issues."

As a friend would say to me "please prove that".
Google is your friend. Surprised you missed this. Here's one link, among many, that provide some details.


Not that I missed anything buy you said "I believe" and in my book that means it may or may not be true.

But hey thanks for the link.

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Cummins12V98 wrote:

otrfun wrote:

Cummins12V98 wrote:

" I believe Ram and Cummins went to court a few years back over who was responsible for various warranty issues."

As a friend would say to me "please prove that".
Google is your friend. Surprised you missed this. Here's one link, among many, that provide some details.
Not that I missed anything buy you said "I believe" and in my book that means it may or may not be true.

But hey thanks for the link.
You're welcome for the link!

Interesting how you supposedly didn't miss anything, but still asked me to "prove" it. Either you did miss something and you're embarrassed to admit it . . . or you had an ulterior, less than sincere, motive for asking me to prove something you already knew to be true, Cummins12V98. Which is it? Be truthful now [emoticon]

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otrfun wrote:

Cummins12V98 wrote:

" I believe Ram and Cummins went to court a few years back over who was responsible for various warranty issues."

As a friend would say to me "please prove that".
Google is your friend. Surprised you missed this. Here's one link, among many, that provide some details.


Yep, my 2015 got that recall. As part of it they removed one of the sensors that was causing false error codes.


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