ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe?
04-15-2018, (Subject: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe? ) 
Post: #37
RE: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe?
(04-15-2018 )tree98 Wrote:  Does the X15 have this pump also?

From what I was told, yes it has the same pump. But, Cummins isolated it, so that when it fails, it will not take out the motor. Still criminal in my book.
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04-15-2018, (Subject: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe? ) 
Post: #38
RE: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe?
(04-14-2018 )snailexpress Wrote:  
(04-14-2018 )Waterloo Wrote:  
(04-14-2018 )simon999 Wrote:  You have some old style pump. Broken plunger shavings could already damage your engine..and possibly go into oil galleries to main bearings.
Newer pump is two barrels and head has only 4 bolts. I actually did update my pump at 440,000miles on my cm2350. I put video on youtube how to replace internal parts. They are much cheapier than whole pump. I spent about $120 on barrel and plunger assembly kit and $300 on new design tappets. Here is link
https://youtu.be/u0b_0_CCDiM

Sad thing though, those new pumps still fail. You need to still rebuild every 300,000 to 400,000 miles. And no telling when they will fail, it may be much sooner. Not good.
It's old 3 barrel pump converted into 2 barrel. Pump will work just fine with steel plungers and updated tappets.
I can still rebuild this one
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04-15-2018, (Subject: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe? ) 
Post: #39
RE: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe?
Are all 2 cylinder pumps the same cm2250 and cm2350
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04-15-2018, (Subject: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe? ) 
Post: #40
RE: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe?
I don't get it. I was under the impression that I can not rebuild my 3 cylinder pump with the updated parts? I just paid $ on a clean used pump and gaskets as this is this weeks project.


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04-15-2018, (Subject: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe? ) 
Post: #41
RE: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe?
(04-14-2018 )Waterloo Wrote:  
(04-14-2018 )simon999 Wrote:  You have some old style pump. Broken plunger shavings could already damage your engine..and possibly go into oil galleries to main bearings.
Newer pump is two barrels and head has only 4 bolts. I actually did update my pump at 440,000miles on my cm2350. I put video on youtube how to replace internal parts. They are much cheapier than whole pump. I spent about $120 on barrel and plunger assembly kit and $300 on new design tappets. Here is link
https://youtu.be/u0b_0_CCDiM

Sad thing though, those new pumps still fail. You need to still rebuild every 300,000 to 400,000 miles. And no telling when they will fail, it may be much sooner. Not good.
Yes $500 on parts every 300,000-400,000 miles better than pay $30000 for another engine.


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 Thanks given by: Waterloo , Drybulktanker
04-15-2018, (Subject: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe? ) 
Post: #42
RE: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe?
(04-15-2018 )Volvo8873 Wrote:  I don't get it. I was under the impression that I can not rebuild my 3 cylinder pump with the updated parts? I just paid $ on a clean used pump and gaskets as this is this weeks project.
You need to check with cummins if 3 cylinder pump rebuild kit available. Plunger and barrel assembly has different part numbers on 2250 and 2350. And you cannot mix them. Otherwise you will damage the pump. Oil and fuel will mix.
If not, you will have to put 2 cylinder pump with updated fuel lines.
I would recomend to buy old 2 cylinder pump and buy $500 internal parts( new barrel plunger and tappets) and rebuild it. It will be cheapier thsn $3000-4000 on new pump.


User's Signature: Cascadia ISX15 CM2350
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04-15-2018, (Subject: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe? ) 
Post: #43
RE: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe?
(04-15-2018 )simon999 Wrote:  
(04-15-2018 )Volvo8873 Wrote:  I don't get it. I was under the impression that I can not rebuild my 3 cylinder pump with the updated parts? I just paid $ on a clean used pump and gaskets as this is this weeks project.
You need to check with cummins if 3 cylinder pump rebuild kit available. Plunger and barrel assembly has different part numbers on 2250 and 2350. And you cannot mix them. Otherwise you will damage the pump. Oil and fuel will mix.
If not, you will have to put 2 cylinder pump with updated fuel lines.
I would recomend to buy old 2 cylinder pump and buy $500 internal parts( new barrel plunger and tappets) and rebuild it. It will be cheapier thsn $3000-4000 on new pump.

I always wonder that as on quickserve only shows my 3 cylinder pump. The 2 cylinder pump has been rebuilt by me with new updated parts. Gasket for installing it on the engine is on the way but leads me to the fuel lines... part number 3688398 is one of the fuel lines I need. Is there also a support bracket I need? thanks


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04-15-2018, (Subject: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe? ) 
Post: #44
RE: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe?
(04-15-2018 )Volvo8873 Wrote:  I don't get it. I was under the impression that I can not rebuild my 3 cylinder pump with the updated parts? I just paid $ on a clean used pump and gaskets as this is this weeks project.

If I recall correctly, you can use two of the two cylinder pump kits to rebuild your three cylinder pump. Or just buy a new two cylinder pump and install.
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04-15-2018, (Subject: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe? ) 
Post: #45
RE: ISX15 CM2250 fuel pump timeframe?
(04-14-2018 )Waterloo Wrote:  
(04-14-2018 )simon999 Wrote:  You have some old style pump. Broken plunger shavings could already damage your engine..and possibly go into oil galleries to main bearings.
Newer pump is two barrels and head has only 4 bolts. I actually did update my pump at 440,000miles on my cm2350. I put video on youtube how to replace internal parts. They are much cheapier than whole pump. I spent about $120 on barrel and plunger assembly kit and $300 on new design tappets. Here is link
https://youtu.be/u0b_0_CCDiM

Sad thing though, those new pumps still fail. You need to still rebuild every 300,000 to 400,000 miles. And no telling when they will fail, it may be much sooner. Not good.
absolutely right Mr. Waterloo, mine is newer two cylinder type and has 205,000 miles and yep it had ceramic plungers and they shattered and went through engine :-(
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