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I joined up mainly to explore parts for my Cummins 903, It did recognize my ESN!:thumb1:

When I click on parts under my ESN, I'll get this screen:

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Content For Engine Serial Number (ESN): 10966569

Posted ImagePRINT OPTION LIST

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[TH=class: tbl_header, colspan: 2]Archive Option Information

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[TH]Part Number

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[TH]Description

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[TD]156172

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[TD]FILTER, FUEL:

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[TD]173772

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[TD]SUPPORT, FRONT MOUNT:

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[TD]189559

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[TD]CONNECTION, W.O.R.B:

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[TD]190846

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[TD]MANIFOLD, EXHAUST:

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[TD]190847

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[TD]MANIFOLD, EXHAUST:

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[TD]195327

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[TD]DAMPER, VIBRATION:

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[TD]196933

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[TD]CONNECTION, WATER INLE

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[TD]198786

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[TD]PULLEY, WATER PUMP:

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[TD]201654

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[TD]MANIFOLD, EXHAUST:

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[TD]202046

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[TD]BELT, FAN:

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[TD]203170

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[TD]LINER, CYLINDER:

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[TD]204586

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[TD]THERMOSTAT:

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[TD]208437

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[TD]CONNECTION, AIR INTAKE

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[TD]209768

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[TD]HOUSING, GEAR COVER:

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[TD]212020

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[TD]PISTON:

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[TD]215580

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[TD]CAMSHAFT:

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[TD]215631

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[TD]PULLEY, CRANK:

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[TD]258264

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[TD]FILTER, WATER:

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[TD]299670

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[TD]FILTER, LUBE:

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[TD]3004969

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[TD]PUMP, FUEL:

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[TD]3005446

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[TD]MANIFOLD, AIR R.B:

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[TD]3005704

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[TD]COOLER, LUBE OIL:

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[TD]3005866

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[TD]PAN, OIL:

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[TD]3006766

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[TD]MANIFOLD, AIR L.B:

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[TD]3006769

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[TD]MANIFOLD, AIR L.B:

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[TD]3007465

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[TD]INJECTOR:

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[TD]3009584

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[TD]PUMP, LUBE:

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[TD]3012675

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[TD]HUB, FAN:

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[TD]3013497

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[TD]SET,UPPER ENGINE GASKE

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[TD]3013498

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[TD]SET,SINGLE HEAD GASKET

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[TD]3013603

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[TD]HOUSING, THERMO R.B:

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[TD]3014149

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[TD]RINGS, PISTON:

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[TD]3014458

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[TD]SET,LOWER ENGINE GASKE

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[TD]3018259

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[TD]TUBE, FUEL SUPPLY:

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[TD]3020759

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[TD]BRACKET, FAN:

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[TD]3023111

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[TD]ROD, CONNECTING:

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[TD]3023599

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[TD]GAUGE, OIL LEVEL:

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[TD]3024737

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[TD]FLYWHEEL:

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[TD]3025841

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[TD]HOUSING, FLYWHEEL:

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[TD]3302880

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[TD]BREATHER:

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[TD]42337

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[TD]PILOT, SPACER:

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[TR=class: even]

[TD]4851

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[TD]GEAR, RING:

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[TD]AR10035

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[TD]BLOCK, CYLINDER:

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[TR=class: even]

[TD]AR10547

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[TD]DRIVE, ACCESSORY:

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[TD]AR11171

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[TD]HEAD, CYLINDER:

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[TD]AR12637

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[TD]TURBOCHARGER:

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[TD]AR3556

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[TD]DAMPER, VIBRATION:

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[TD]AR5664

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[TD]PUMP, WATER:

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[TD]BM69973

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[TD]VALVE, F.P.S.O:

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Then, when I click on 'injectors', for example, I'll get this screen:

Part Number Supersessions

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[TD=class: tbl_header, colspan: 7]Part Number Supersessions

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[TD=class: col_header]Part Number

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[TD=class: col_header]Part Topic

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[TD=class: col_header]Bulletin

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[TD=class: col_header]Literature

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[TD=class: col_header]Recon Equivalent

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[TD=class: col_header]Fleetguard Xref

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[TD=align: right]+AR-40173

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[TD=align: right]+3003955

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[TD=bgcolor: yellow, align: right]*3007465

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[TD=align: right] 3054204

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[TD]3054204PX

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[TD=class: tbl_header, colspan: 7]Part Number Posted Image Search

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The part number at the bottom of the list is the most current part number.

The part number in yellow is the part you searched.

Recon Equivalent parts may be added to the shopping cart by clicking on the Recon Equivalent part number.

To Check for a cross-reference between a Cummins part number and a Fleetguard part number, click on the V

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I think this means that the original part (in yellow box) has been superseded by the lower part #. When I click on THAT number, it will take me to the exploded view of that particular #.

Do I have it right?

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Thats how I read it.I am surprised they asked for the serial number, Cummins is big on the CPL "Custom parts list"# for parts ID.I have ordered parts for Cummins giving both but the CPL is the main one due to an engine having dozens of applications and the CPL narrows it down to application.

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When I entered my esn, it gave me the whole nine yards on this motor's build date, build codes, original customer's order # (Massey Ferguson)... Fuel pump codes, CPL, plant it was built in... etc!I think this site already sends the known CPL to it's search engine, and that is already factored in. I say this because at the top of each exploded view there is a heading: PARTS FOR ESN 12345678, and maybe it only shows parts specific to my actual engine. This motor had about 3 different exaust and intake manifolds for various apps... and the only one they show for mine are the correct ones.The last 2 times I've ordered from a Cummins distributor for parts, they have only asked me for the ESN. In fact, great plains cummins uses the quick serve themselves!In various parts searches, I have however, found " use this part # IF CPL xyzz is used".I like the part under my engine's profile where it says: emission code, computer code... and there is a big ol "NOT APPLICAPLE FOR THIS ENGINE" :wink:

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When I was buying ECUs I needed to know if it was a manual or a Auto ECU. The way I found out was to use the Quick Serve ESN parts brake down list and if it had a Flywheel it was Manual. If it left the factory with a flex plate it was a Auto. That way I knew I was buying a Manual ECU.

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