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5.9 Cummins Oil Pressure Sensor Location – Both 12v & 24v Generations

While the 5.9 Cummins is one of the best and most sought-after diesel engines ever made, it still has its shortcomings – especially the oil pressure sensor.  The oil pressure sensors are known to go bad on these engines and show erratic readings, or just show zero oil pressure at times, even though the engine …

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Normal 5.9 Cummins Oil Pressure at Idle? – How to Diagnose Low Oil Pressure

Even 15 years after the 5.9 Cummins was discontinued, both the 12v and the 24v engines are highly sought after by diesel truck enthusiasts. They’re reliable and you can quite easily triple their power output with the P-Pump. But even the most reliable diesel engines show problems once in a while, and the 5.9 is …

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Brand New Tire Losing Air Pressure? – Here’s Why & How to Fix It

When you buy brand new tires with your hard-earned money, you damn sure expect them to at least hold air pressure. But what if that’s not the case? What if your brand new tire is somehow still losing air pressure? Well, I’ve seen this happen a few times at my shop, and recently, even a …

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Loud Muffler Sound Coming From Engine? – Everything You Need To Know

Is your car suddenly making a loud muffler sound that’s coming from the engine? Does it sound like someone moved the exhaust to the front of the car?  If you answered yes, then your car has most likely developed an exhaust leak.  Don’t worry – exhaust leaks are common and will not damage your engine …

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Fender Flares Covering A Rusty Fender

Is Using Fender Flares to Cover Rust a Good Idea?

Rust on fenders is extremely common on cars and trucks, especially if you’re living in the Northeastern portion of the U.S. where the so-called “Rust Belt” is located. Usually, the vehicle’s undercarriage is the first to develop surface rust, but because it’s so difficult to see – most truck and car owners only notice rust …

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How Long Can Synthetic Oil Sit In an Engine? – Surprising Answer

With the apocalyptic status of the last and the current year, an increased number of cars and motorcycles have been left sitting untouched for a long time.  Naturally, vehicles don’t like sitting around for extended periods of time as they are made to be driven regularly. Over time, most materials inside the car start to …

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