Engine

Asked by Apr 18, 2017 at 11:00 PM about the Dodge Ram 2500

Question type: Car Customization

I bought my husband a 2011 Dodge 6,7 Cummins
turbo diesel and the engine has a cracked head
wanting to know if a 2003 Cummins engine fit in
the 2011 and hook up correctly

4 Answers

96,535

I seriously doubt that the heads would interchange. The 2003 is a generation 3 engine and the 2011 is a gen 4. As far as engines it is a mistake to install an old engine in a smog controlled vehicle. The truck would probably never pass smog inspection with the old engine.

96,535

Ford should use Cummins engines - the ultimate diesel pickup in my opinion.

24,715

And WHY did you buy a broken car?

Thank you all for your answers they were helpful.... The truck wasn't broken when I bought it

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