Common rail diesel parts are those essential components that keep modern diesel systems running. Whether you need a fuel pump, injector, sensor, fuel rail or turbocharger. All of the available parts are high-quality and will keep your diesel running well for many miles.
Fuel pumps perform the essential task of delivering diesel fuel from the tank to the engine. They need to be efficient and reliable, or your diesel vehicle will have reduced power — and possibly none at all.
Fuel injectors are the components that actually spray diesel fuel into the engine’s combustion chambers. These must be cleaned periodically, and they may eventually need to be replaced.
Common rail diesel systems rely on sensors to ensure the proper delivery of fuel to the engine.
Fuel rails are the tubes that transport diesel fuel to the injectors. These tubes are under high pressure, and they must be made from durable materials.
The former is for 2003 to 2007 Dodge Cummins 5.9L engines, and the latter fits 2007.5 to 2012 Cummins 6.7L engines.
Turbochargers deliver additional air to the engine’s combustion chambers, which supplies more oxygen for greater power. Many modern diesel engines come standard with turbos, and almost every engine can have an aftermarket one put on if it’s not already turbocharged.