Well fellow RV'ers I finally got the old gal back. It seems that the problem was in the fuel pressure and temperature sensors. Don't know why both went bad at the same time but that is what Cummins said. $750.00 at Cummins and $550.00 to get the coach over there and we are back on the road. I can't really complain as this is the first major issue I have had in about 100,000 miles. Again thanks for your suggestions and help.
Well not sure how this happened but I was trying to reply to an earlier topic where I was having issues starting and keeping my ISC350 running. Somehow it came over as a new topic....
Well now I'm really confused as it appears to be where I wanted it....Time for a cool one!!!!
......................... I can't really complain as this is the first major issue I have had in about 100,000 miles. ........................
Sure you can. I do. I have a 2008 ISC 360 and a Cummins service center charged me $460 to change my two fuel filters after I limped into their service center. I was nailed $125 for the guy to plug the handheld computer into my dashboard and a full hour labor for the 30 minute repair. I drove across the street to NAPA, showed them the bill to get the part numbers off of and bought spares for the bay. I bought diesel at a small out of the way gas station and evidently picked up a bad load of fuel. From now on it's busy truckstops only for me.
EDITED TO ADD: I should have mentioned the entire bill was nearly $440.00 for 30 minutes + parts
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Unless tomorrow has been promised to you, you better get busy today.
I guess I could complain but when we move from basic maintenance, changing fuel filters to electronic problems we are at the mercy of the manufacture. I changed both of my fuel filters prior to sending the MOHO to Cummins and it was a $75.00 cost to me for parts. What I was NOT complaining about is this MoHo has ran down the highway for 100,000 miles without issue. Merry Christmas All!!!!