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Rick 11-25-2018 08:26 AM

ISM Sensors
 
I would like to gather spare sensors for my ISM 11 Cummins. Anyone have suggestions on witch ones are prone to failure? Mike McGraugh is the only one I know of that replaced any. Are there others?

toolmaker 11-25-2018 08:43 AM

Rick, Replaced the cam sensor on my M11 and it appears to have solved an intermittent no start problem. These are known to crack and fail. Found mine on Amazon. Cummins #4326596.
Nice if we could get part numbers for all the sensors on one post.

rshrimp 11-25-2018 09:13 AM

From Cummins Quickserve for MY engine. I strongly suggest you use Quickserve and enter YOUR ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER

3078151
Position Sensor
1
Cam or crank.

2
3046201
O-Ring Seal
1


3
3078150
Position Sensor
1
Cam or crank.


3085185
Temperature Sensor
1
Intake manifold.

4
3037537
O-Ring Seal
1


5
3085198
Temperature Sensor
1
Intake manifold.

3330141
Pressure Sensor
1
Intake manifold.

8
3330142
Pressure Sensor
1


9
3330159
O-Ring Seal
1



3417189
Pressure Temperature Sensor
1
Oil.

9
3330159
O-Ring Seal
1


10
3417190
Pressure Temperature Sensor
1


11
3331044
Pressure Sensor
1
Ambient Air

13
3681405
Electronic Control Module
1
Recon equivalent 3681405 RX


3865312
Temperature Sensor
1
Coolant Or Oil *.

4
3037537
O-Ring Seal
1


14
3865323
Temperature Sensor
1
Coolant Or Oil *.

17
3161910
Dataplate
1

3166309
Electronic Control Cooler
1


19
3335372
Electronic Control Cooler
1


20
3335561
Insulating Washer
7

Randy Dupree 11-25-2018 09:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by toolmaker (Post 435549)
Rick, Replaced the cam sensor on my M11 and it appears to have solved an intermittent no start problem. These are known to crack and fail. Found mine on Amazon. Cummins #4326596.
Nice if we could get part numbers for all the sensors on one post.


Feel free to start a new thread!
But use a title that everybody can find.


Like "Cummins part numbers" maybe.?
RandyS,go for it,and thanks for doing it!

irmagoo 11-25-2018 10:08 AM

i was told that engine position sensor and boost pressure sensors can go bad and not show a code so to change them as preventive maintenance every 5-7 years
( this time frame is for guys like us with motor coaches with m11's- not simi's)
by a man that sells parts to servile road mechanics and does cummins computer programing,,when i pulled my engine position sensor it was indeed cracked...

rshrimp 11-25-2018 10:30 AM

According to Cummins, the Cam sensor (No crank sensor in ISM) has 2 sensors in it. If the first one fails, it sets a code and reverts to the second sensor and keeps running!
Both sensors are in the same thingy! That's why it has 4 wires.
If you know where the cam is, you better know where the crank is!
They are only $40 from Cummins with the Power Club discount so why not?

Kind of a pain to get to as it's behind the Compressor

Randy Dupree 11-25-2018 10:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rshrimp (Post 435561)
According to Cummins, the Cam sensor (No crank sensor in ISM) has 2 sensors in it. If the first one fails, it sets a code and reverts to the second sensor and keeps running!
Both sensors are in the same thingy! That's why it has 4 wires.
If you know where the cam is, you better know where the crank is!
They are only $40 from Cummins with the Power Club discount so why not?

Kind of a pain to get to as it's behind the Compressor

for 40 bucks i would install a new one and have a new spare too.


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