I've got a 2006 Cummins with about 2500 miles on it. In the last week
or so it appears to occasionally be missing on a cylinder. Usually
it's in the first couple of minutes of driving, but not always. I
guess the prudent thing to do is just bring it to the dealer, and I
plan on it, but, any opinions?
Unless that Dealer has good Cummins Diesel Mechanics I would rather take it
to a authorized Cummins Service Center, myself I had some questionable
experience from the Dodge Dealer and their Diesel mechanics. Have 2004 Dodge
Cummins never been back to Dealer simply because my 1995 was better serviced
by Cummins at least for the Engine.
My local dealer is also clueless when it comes to Cummins engines.
Unfortunately, the warranty does not allow for Cummins to work on it. If you
take it to Cummins you get to pay the bill. They are good, but not cheap.
I'll have to say, I was much less than impressed with my Dodge
dealer's service experience. It didn't cost me anything, and
apparently the problem is solved, for now, but I really didn't feel
like they had a decent grip on dealing with a diesel.
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