Cummins N14: Diesel Engine Fact Sheet

N14 Cummins Quick Sheet

The N14 Cummins is a time tested favorite from major manufacturer Cummins. The N14 diesel engine is used to power everything from on road applications to industrial equipment and even generators. Built on the design of the 855 cubic inch Cummins engine, we have seen many different variations of this engine in production today. In the early 1990’s, Cummins redesigned the engine with electronic controls to meet EPA regulations. The redesigned engine, known as the Celect fuel system, featured an Electronic Control Module (ECM) and electronic injectors.

The Cummins N14 was discontinued around 2000, and has been replaced by the Cummins ISX.

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Maintenance Schedule

*These are factory recommendations. Please consult a certified mechanic







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Useful Specs


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