2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure"
02-28-2018, (Subject: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure" ) 
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2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure"
My check engine light just came on while driving and the dash read fuel rail pressure. Is this this something major this is my first time under a load with this truck and I just fueled up. Could this be because the tanks is over full with Diesel?
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02-28-2018, (Subject: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure" ) 
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RE: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure"
My understanding is this is major. Don't drive it that way. Your fuel pump is probably failing and taking your engine along with it.
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02-28-2018, (Subject: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure" ) 
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RE: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure"
(02-28-2018 )aaronb Wrote:  My understanding is this is major. Don't drive it that way. Your fuel pump is probably failing and taking your engine along with it.

It could be a lot of things causing the problem from something simple to something catastrophic like was mentioned above. Hopefully it is not the infamous fuel pump failure that takes out the whole engine.

Here is a reference...
http://rawze.com/forums/showthread.php?t...9#pid15389

- That being out of the way, find out what the Check Engine Light (CEL) code is for and go from there.

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02-28-2018, (Subject: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure" ) 
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RE: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure"
OK thnx guys I will keep y'all posted one the code results. Fingers crossed
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02-28-2018, (Subject: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure" ) 
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RE: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure"
Well the check engine light went off after a while. I stoped and filled up to def fuel started the truck back up and BOOM a new code. This time I had it checked and 2754. Don't know what it means but I'm hoping something like a sensor or something.
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05-15-2019, (Subject: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure" ) 
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RE: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure"
(02-28-2018 )New isxer Wrote:  Well the check engine light went off after a while. I stoped and filled up to def fuel started the truck back up and BOOM a new code. This time I had it checked and 2754. Don't know what it means but I'm hoping something like a sensor or something.

You ever get it figured out ? This just happened to me as well
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05-15-2019, (Subject: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure" ) 
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RE: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure"
(05-15-2019 )Bordeuxt660 Wrote:  
(02-28-2018 )New isxer Wrote:  Well the check engine light went off after a while. I stoped and filled up to def fuel started the truck back up and BOOM a new code. This time I had it checked and 2754. Don't know what it means but I'm hoping something like a sensor or something.

You ever get it figured out ? This just happened to me as well

DO NOT MESS WITH THIS! Find the code, I would not move the truck until you know what it is. Seriously! Unless you have a minimum of $10,000 laying around, that is the cost to clean the shrapnel out of the motor. It just goes up from there.
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05-15-2019, (Subject: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure" ) 
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RE: 2013 peterbilt 587 isx 15 "fuel rail pressure"
(02-28-2018 )New isxer Wrote:  ...
This time I had it checked and 2754 ...

cummins fault code 2754 - "Excessive black smoke has been detected exiting the engine and entering the aftertreatment diesel particulate filter."

The fault code says...
Quote:Possible causes of this fault code include:

Boost leaks in the charge-air cooler plumbing

A malfunction of the variable geometry turbocharger (VGT)

A malfunction of the exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve

A malfunctioning in-range EGR differential pressure sensor

A malfunctioning in-range boost pressure sensor

A malfunctioning in-range barometric pressure sensor

A cylinder misfire or overfueling.

Excessive ash in the DPF


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