LIMITED 90 DAY WARRANTY
Base Warranty – Owner is responsible for all labor expenses related to service under this Warranty.
This Warranty covers any failure of the Engine or loose components supplied with the engine kit which result, under normal use and service, from a defect in material or factory workmanship “(Warrantable Failure”).
Coverage begins upon the date of delivery of the Engine to the first owner and runs for 90 days.
This Warranty is made to all owners in the chain of distribution and coverage continues to all subsequent owners until expiration of the period of coverage.
Complete detailed warranty information is included with the engine documentation.
The R2.8 Turbo Diesel crate engine is NOT a direct bolt-in engine replacement for any specific vehicle. Before purchasing, considerations should be made for cooling package modifications, air conditioning, appropriate transmission pairing and adaptability, engine mounting, intake and charge air cooler plumbing, wiring integration and other mechanical/electrical modifications that may arise when undergoing a major vehicle modification. It is recommended that all major vehicle modifications are performed by professionals.
*Installation of a crate engine does not necessarily increase the vehicle's original payload and towing ratings. Please read all emissions information for the desired part number prior to purchase as Federal emissions laws apply.
**Printed materials may be shipped separately at a different date than the crate engine shipment.
Due to state / provincial law restrictions, these engines are not currently available for purchase in the state of Texas or the province of Quebec.
The Cummins R2.8 Turbo Diesel (PN 5467036) has demonstrated through the testing procedures prescribed in 40 CFR Part 86 to meet EPA’s Tier 0 (LDT 1 and 2) and Tier 1 emissions standards (LDT 2 weighing less than 4000 lb complete weight). This means that the R2.8 generally is suitable for Model Year 1999 or earlier light duty trucks. However, the suitability of the R2.8 engine to any vehicle is the responsibility of the installer and may depend on state or area laws. Installation of this part in a vehicle for which it is not intended may violate U.S. and Canadian laws and regulations related to motor vehicle emissions. Check your state and local emissions requirements before purchasing.
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