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Old 05-21-2020, 05:10 AM   #1
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Treated good at Cummins Service W.V.,Pa.

About 30 miles East of Morgantown off 68
Below the Pilot Service Center.
On Old rt.40

In and out in an hour.
Computer scan $60.
They read the codes
Barometric sensor was bad
Cummins called for a newer style with a new wiring harness.
They had them in stock.
Labor charge was $60.
The yellow warning light is gone now.
The codes, active and inactive are cleared.

So without an appointment I was in and out in 1 hour with a bill under $300.

They do have two sites.

The wiring harness was a little over $100.
The sensor was about $70.
Labor $60.
Code reader $60.
Plus tax.

They were very kind. Accommodating

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Great to hear of any place that has sevice like that. YThanks for posting.
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Old 05-21-2020, 07:40 AM   #3
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Good deal to find a great svc ctr !

on a 2 week trip a couple of years ago my sister ended up staying with us for a week when her turbo went out... Cummins in Nashville, even though swamped with work, got her taken care of !!!
for future reference a scanguage D can do a lot of your code checking, etc... among a lot of other features...
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Over the years I have had generator service at the Cummins Onan service centers in Sacramento, California, Bay City, Michigan and Louisville, KY. All excellent, but not cheap. However, unless you know of a competent independent shop, a Cummins Onan facility can be the place to go; especially when away from home.
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