How do I fix code P0148?
Common repair solutions for the P0148 code include fuel injector replacement and diesel injection pump replacement.
How much HP can a 2007 6.7 Cummins handle?
When pushed to its absolute limit, the OEM fuel system on the 6.7L Cummins (lift pump, CP3, injectors) can support as much as 530rwhp and roughly 550rwhp with a turbo upgrade.
How much horsepower does a 2007 5.9 Cummins have?
3rd Generation 5.9L Cummins Specifications
|3rd Gen 5.9L Cummins Years:||2003-2007|
|Governed Speed:||3,500 rpm|
|Horsepower (Varies by year)||305-325 horsepower|
|Torque (Varies by year)||555-610 lb-ft of torque|
What is a P0148 code?
OBD-II Code Decreased engine performance is defined as a Fuel Delivery Error. The engine control module (PCM) uses a Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor to determine the amount of fuel going to the injectors. If the PCM does not see that the commanded pressure is equal to the actual pressure, the PCM will set code P0148.
Is the 5.9 Cummins reliable?
Cummins 5.9 24v Reliability Outside of the fuel system, the 5.9 24v is a very reliable engine. The engine internals such as the pistons, rod, and crankshaft will last a lifetime and can hold up beyond 500,000 miles.
What happens when you get a fuel delivery code p0148?
A fuel delivery error may lead to reduced engine performance and possibly engine damage, so a code P0148 should be addressed with some degree of urgency (especially if a strong fuel odor accompanies it). Symptoms of a P0148 code may include:
How much does it cost to repair a p0148 Dodge?
The cost to diagnose the P0148 DODGE code is 1.0 hour of labor. The auto repair’s diagnosis time and labor rates vary by location, vehicle’s make and model, and even your engine type. Most auto repair shops charge between $75 and $150 per hour.
What causes a Cummins diesel to not start?
One of the most common problems I see on common rail Cummins, is the pressure relief valve, or PRV for short. For those unsure of exactly what I am talking about, this is the large fitting on top of the fuel rail that has a fuel line attached to the top of it via a banjo bolt that then returns fuel back to the factory fuel filter.
How does the PCM control the fuel pressure?
An electronically controlled (by the PCM or fuel injection controller) fuel control actuator (FCA) is responsible for regulating fuel pressure to the high pressure chambers of the engine. A fuel pressure sensor (usually located near the FCA) allows the PCM to monitor fuel pressure when the engine is running.