(4) During the Base Engine Warranty. Owner irresponsible 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 workmnanship 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.
(8) Owner is responsible for the costs of all parts required for the repair except for:
The defective cylinder block, crankshaft or connecting rod, and
Any connecting rod, crankshaft or cylinder block progressively damaged by a failure of the
(9) Owner is responsible for the cost of lubricating oil, antifreeze, filter elements,
hoses, belts and other maintenance items replaced during the repair. Owner is responsible for
the operation and maintenance of the engine.
(10) Prior to the expiration of the applicable warranty, Owner must give notice of
any warrantable failure to a Cummins distributor or authorized dealer or other repair location
approved by Cummins and deliver the engine to such facility for repair.
(11) Before a claim for excessive oil consumption will reconsidered, Owner must
submit adequate documentation to show that consumption exceeds Cummins published
standards. Low power output claims relating to fuel pump calibration will not be considered
after 50,000 miles (80,000 kilometers) or 1800 hours or 180 days, whichever occurs first.
(12) Cummins is not responsible for failures resulting from improper repair or the
use of parts not approved by Cummins. Cummins is not responsible for failures resulting from
Owner or operator abuse or neglect. CIJMMINSIS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
c. Transmission Warranty (CONUS and OCONUS)
(1) Detroit Diesel Allison (Detroit Diesel Allison Division, General Motors
Corporation) warrants to the owner of each new MT654CR Series Allison Transmission installed
in a M939 Series Truck that it will repair any defective or malfunctioning part of the
transmission in accordance with the following schedule: