Well cummins doesn't really approve that method, Visual check is the only in chassis check,Any You checked both valves and injector lobes for number 2? By removing tubes you'll also see if your push tubes are slightly bent, This is why cummins recommends a visual check. I can make a bad cam have the same reading as as a good cam with the adjustment.
the roller is harder than the cam, the lobes on the cam are also good? Dis you rotate ALL THE WAY AROUND I see in 1999 Cummins changed there camshaft and followers to a more durable design,The injector lobes on the new camshaft and the injector follower rollers in the new camshaft follower assemblies have a nonmicrofinished surface finish. Nonmicrofinished injector cam lobes and cam follower rollers have proven to be more durable than microfinished lobes and rollers on N14 STC engines There is not much more, We have covered all possibilities for this cylinder to be dumping twice in the same hole, Good compression,no bent tubes, inj set to 125 inch lbs, intake 0.014 exhaust 0.027, good oil pressure out stc valve, no coolant leaking into cylinder, Cam seems to be ok any thing else that i should know
Use a dial type torque wrench to tighten the injector rocker lever adjusting screw to the specified torque. If the screw causes chattering during setting, repair the screw and lever as required.
Hold the torque wrench in a position that allows the direct view of the dial. This is to make certain that the reading on the dial is accurate.
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