Dodge/Ram introduced the Cummins 6.7L in 2007. Unlike the 5.9L, the newer engine was equipped with emission controls. A Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) alone with a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) were added. Common rail injectors used were IQA coded but in time the codes were eliminated. After the 2011 model year, there was the introduction of Select Catalyst Reduction (SCR).
In this 1.5 hour live webinar, Tony Salas, instructor and technician, will demonstrate the operation of the following:
• Turbocharger operation and issues
• Common rail review and instruct on the new CP4 pump on the 2019 models
• Engine diagnosis
• Aftertreatment system and tests to perform
• TIPM modules and wiring
Tony will review the use of the scan tool and demonstrate data that is important for diagnosis. He will also discuss case studies on driveability issues.
Emphasis will be placed on following a diagnostic process to help you, the technician, have a structured and educated understanding of what you are working on.