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Old 03-13-2014, 07:59 AM   #1
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Looking for Cummins Engine Repair Shop Recommendations Cape Coral Fl area

I cannot stand it. This oil Pressure gauge problem is driving me nuts.

Although it is still in the green it is just barely now. Just drove from Rochester NY to Gainesville Fl

See this discussion for clarification

http://www.irv2.com/forums/f123/low-...re-194513.html

I want to take this to a shop and have a third opinion, and at a minimum get the sensor replaced.

I'm looking for an EXCELLENT shop.
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I cannot stand it. This oil Pressure gauge problem is driving me nuts. Although it is still in the green it is just barely now. Just drove from Rochester NY to Gainesville Fl See this discussion for clarification http://www.irv2.com/forums/f123/low-...re-194513.html I want to take this to a shop and have a third opinion, and at a minimum get the sensor replaced. I'm looking for an EXCELLENT shop.
The Cummins shop in Fort Myers is a good one. They seem to do quite a bit of motorhome work. They are a couple of blocks off MLK.
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We took our motor home to a Cummins South in Ocala. They did fine work
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The Cummins shop in Fort Myers is a good one. They seem to do quite a bit of motorhome work. They are a couple of blocks off MLK.
Did a search and came up with many, which one and what kind of work did you have done?
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Then will not make a shop recommendation
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We took our motor home to a Cummins South in Ocala. They did fine work
This is pretty close to where I am now, but quite a distance from Pine Island (Cape Coral)
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Cummins Ft Myers will do fine work I have had service there on our RED
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I'll second that Cummins in Ocala does good work. They also offer water and elec. hookups if for some reason you have to stay.
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Cummins South 2671 Edison Ave in Ft Myers 239-337-1211. I have used them a couple of times and they did fine.
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Cummins South 2671 Edison Ave in Ft Myers 239-337-1211. I have used them a couple of times and they did fine.
I called on Friday and was asked to call back on Monday as the service manager was not there.

I wanted them to get the sensor ordered but now hope there will be no delay because of the part.
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I'd buy a good gauge with numbers on the dial (VDO ,Stewart Warner, or Auto-Meter,....) for it and take that one and use it for target practice.

Just remember your engine might have a shutdown sensor that MUST still be hooked up.
other wise it will start, but won't run more than 5-6 seconds.
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