f. Replacement of engine and/or transmission must rerecorded along with pertinent data
on DA Form 2408-10 (Equipment Component Register). The maintenance facility performing
the action is responsible for recording the pertinent data. TM 38-750 governs this preparation.
g. The warranty period on each new MT 654CR Series Allison Transmission installed in a
M939 Series Truck shall begin on the date the truck is delivered and/or put in service by the
Section II WARRANTY TERMS
Acceptance. The word "acceptance" as used herein means the execution of the
Acceptance Block and signing of a DD Form 250 by the authorized Government representative.
2. ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION WARRANTIES
a. Engine Warranty (CONUS)
(1) This warranty applies to engines marketed by Cummins that are used in the
United States and Canada. The warranty period shall begin on the date the new M939 Series
Truck is accepted by the authorized Government representative as recorded on DD Form 250.
(2) The Base Engine Warranty covers any failures of the engine which result, under
normal use and service, from defects in workmanship or material. This coverage extends for 27
months or 100,000 miles (160,000 kilometers) or 3600 hours of operation, whichever occurs first,
from the date of acceptance.
(3) During the Base Engine Warrant y. Cummins will pay for all parts and labor
needed to repair the warrantable failure. All labor costs will be paid in accordance with
Cummins published standard Repair Operations guidelines. Only new genuine Cummins or
Cummins approved rebuilt parts and assemblies will be used in making the repair. Cummins will
pay for the lubricating oil, antifreeze, filter elements, belts, hoses and other maintenance items
that are not reusable due to the warrantable failure. Cummins will pay reasonable labor costs
for engine removal and reinstallation when necessary to make warranty repair.
(4) During the Base Engine Warranty. Owner is responsible for the costs of
lubricating oil, antifreeze, filter elements, hoses, belts and other maintenance items replaced
during warranty repairs except where such items are not reusable due to the warrantable
(5) The Extended Major Components Warranty covers failures of the engine cylinder
block, crankshaft and connecting rods (bushing and bearing failures are not included) which
result, under normal use and service, from defects in workmanship or material in these parts.
This coverage begins with the expiration of the Base Engine Warranty and ends three years or
300,000 miles (480,000 kilometers) or 10,800 hours of operation, whichever occurs first, from
the date of acceptance.
(6) During the Extended Major Components Warranty. Cummins will pay for the
defective engine cylinder block, crankshaft or connecting rod. Cummins will pay for any
connecting rod, crankshaft or engine cylinder block which is progressively damaged by a failure
of the above parts.
(7) During the Extended Major Components Warranty. Owner is responsible for the
costs of all labor required for removal, repair and reinstallation of the engine.