2003 -2004.5 DODGE 5.9L CUMMINS DIESEL REMAN INJECTOR (305HP) WITH NEW BOSCH NOZZLE NEW O-RINGS & COPPER CRUSH WASHERS
***The Core Charge Acknowledgement Button must be ticked on before checkout. If it has not been acknowledged, Big Dawg Diesel will place your order on a temporary hold and call the phone number provided in the order to get a Debit or Credit card information to have on file for core charge. The Debit or Credit card left on file will not be charged unless core(s) are not returned within 30 days.***
REMAN CUMMINS 5.9L DIESEL FUEL INJECTOR USING BRAND NEW COMPONENTS.COMPLETE REPLACEMENT OF NEW BOSCH NOZZLE AND CONTROL VALVE ASSEMBLY EACH INJECTOR INCLUDES ALL NEW O-RINGS & COPPER CRUSH WASHERS.
Tighten coil wires to 13 in-lb. Do not over tighten these nuts or the terminal post will break.
Does your Dodge Ram have over 80k and have a hard start? Maybe it doesn't start at all? Maybe it misses or makes a funny ticking sound? These injectors may be what you need.
Dodge puts 10 micron fuel filters in the Cummins motor of you truck. Your injectors need a 2 micron filter to keep all of the gunk in your fuel out of them. Many people do not even get to 50k miles before they have a problem caused by fuel contamination.
Another common problem for these injectors are cracks caused by a rail pressure box. If you are using an aftermarket power enhancement and it plugs into the rail pressure, chances are its a pressure box. There are very few rail pressure boxes that are a small enough amount of pressure to be safe, so use them at your own risk. Even some downloaders have the ability to raise pressure
OEM NUMBER: 0986435503,0445120210,0445120113,0445120018,0445120255,4940589NX,R8004082AA,DT590001R,3949913,4940589,3949619,3947550,5254686,5263318,R5086894, R8004082
**Don't forget to pick up your set of Dodge 5.9L Cummins Feed Tubes along with these injectors - Bosch recommends replacing feed tube when replacing all injectors for the best fuel economy and performance - SKU D59TUBE**
**⚠California Proposition 65 Warning: Diesel engine exhaust and some of its constituents are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm.