6.7 Cummins Quick Sheet
The 6.7 Cummins Turbo Diesel engine replaces the previous 5.9 liter engine.
Although probably most popular in the Dodge Cummins truck, the 6.7 Liter engine is also used in emergency and light haul applications.
This engine uses the High Pressure Common Rail (HPCR) fuel system for reduced emissions and improved fuel economy. The 6.7 engine also includes a particulate filter to reduce exhaust emissions.
Maintenance Schedule(Why Fleetguard Filters?)
|Advertised hp @ rpm||Peak Torquelb-ft @ rpm||GovernedSpeed|
|350 @ 3013||650 @ 1500||3013|
|Oil Filter||7,500 Miles|
|Fuel Filter||15,000 Miles|
|Valve Adjustment||150,000 Miles|
Filter Part Numbers (Fleetguard Numbers)
|Oil Filter||LF3972(standard), LF16035 (Stratapore Upgrade)|
|Fuel Filter||FS43252 (Includes new WIF sensor and drain valve)|
|Crankcase Vent Filter||CV5200000|
|Intake Valve Clearance||.010"|
|Exhaust Valve Clearance||.026"|
|Fuel Rail Pressure||3626psi - 26107psi|
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