05-09-2013 11:48 AM
02-13-2013 07:48 AM
We assume that your engine is a truck engine.
Since this forum is a Marine focused community, we would recommend to you to direct your request to the email below that is going directly to a Customer Service Representative for the On-highway products:
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02-06-2013 11:15 AM
, not to mention Debt.
01-02-2013 12:52 PM
I am having the same problem with my 2008 C-13's can not keep them out of the shop, have 3 and run 2, 1 in the shop almost constantly. Any new ideas CAT has walked away on most of these out in Calif.
12-18-2012 10:07 PM
I have 2008 Kenworth t2000 with same problems.. In last two months i havent pulled one load with this truck, it in and out of the fabick and kenworth shops. I have replaced both turbos last week after all the money i have spend with DPF problems.. For turbos i paid 6800$ and 600 miles later truck broke down with DPF problem again.. I have spend 31.000.00$ and all the down time im down over 50.000.00$.. I have called Fabick in St.Louis mo bcs they worked on it for the last month, and they have said nothing they can do.. Truck is now in ohio Kenworth dealer, i have no idea what to do from here.. this is the worst investment in my life i have made.. Cat should be ashamed doing nothing about this things.. I have smal fleet of my own trucks and im about to buy more trucks,but cat never again.. I will have my lawyers take situation from here.. So good luck to anyone with this engines.. I will make sure nobody i know, not to buy this crap so called engine..
12-17-2012 09:53 PM
08-27-2012 03:18 AM
If not yet done, please call the Truck Engine Call Center (+1 800 447 4986) to get the right support.
08-19-2012 06:21 PM
So does anyone know how to eliminate the filter or get around it within reason or is it just a yellow boat anchor. I can't keep up this shop hopping. This thing was in the shop twice last week. Even the Cat dealers are fed up with it. System needs to be eliminated. '09 C-15' . Worst investment I have ever made.
05-27-2012 09:12 PM
I have the exact same truck as you. The crankcase psi is generally a blow by filter needing replaced. They did have a recall on the DPF sensor which throwed a lot of errors. Once the sensor was replaced most of my errors went away. The only other problem I have had is replacing the ARD head. They put the new style on it and it went out in 40K (Warrenty replaced) I finally have to get the DPF filter cleaned (I'm pretty sure that is the problem, will know more tuesday) Particulate trap inpeding regen... I have over 420K so far.