Cummins Power Club
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the Cummins Power Club?

Cummins previously maintained two clubs, The Power Masters and Power Boosters Clubs, to service recreational vehicles, Dodge Pickups and Onan generators. The Cummins Power Club replaces these clubs in order to better service our Cummins customers with expanded services and benefits.

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Who is eligible to join the Cummins Power Club?

The club is designed for Recreational Vehicle owners with Cummins engines or Onan generators. The vehicle use must be non-commercial. Marine products and home generators are not eligible.

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What are the club's services and benefits?

Cummins Power Club members receive the following benefits from participating Cummins Distributors:

  1. 10% Discount on Cummins Genuine parts and service
  2. Expanded Service Coverage throughout the United States and Canada
  3. Toll Free Club Service: 866-442-9576
  4. Engine Assistance Center through 1 (800) Diesels or 1 (800) 343-7357
  5. Website

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How do I find my engine serial number?

In general, Cummins engine serial numbers consist of eight (8) digits, e.g. 79012323. If you have a hard copy of an Owners Manual or an Operation and Maintenance Manual there is a procedure that describes how to find the engine serial number on your engine's dataplate. These steps will show you how to find that procedure and locate your engine serial number.
When using a hard copy manual go to the section titled "Engine Identification". This will show you where to find your engine serial number. If you?ve had work done on your vehicle, the engine serial number is often included on the invoice.

If you do not have access to a manual the following instructions tell you where to physically find the ESN on the engine. This will vary based on the engine model. Please note that if your engine dataplate is missing or is not readable, the ESN is identified on the engine block.
ISM:
The dataplate is located on the fuel pump side of the engine, on the rocker housing. The following information is shown on the dataplate:

  1. Engine Serial Number (ESN)
  2. Critical Parts List (CPL)
  3. Model
  4. Horsepower and RPM rating
  5. Emission statement (if applicable)

ISX:
The engine dataplate, located on top of the rocker lever cover, provides the model identification and other important data about the engine.
  1. Engine Serial Number (ESN)
  2. Critical Parts List (CPL)
  3. Model
  4. Advertised horsepower and RPM

ISB:
The dataplate is typically located on the engine rocker cover, but may be located on the side of the gear housing. The engine serial number and CPL provide data for ordering parts and service.
NOTE: ISB engines are produced worldwide. The data plates used on engines may differ in appearance and location of information.
NOTE: If the engine dataplate is not readable, the engine serial number can be identified on the engine block on top of the lubricating oil cooler housing. Additional engine information is available by reading the ECM dataplate.
ISC and ISL:
The dataplate is located on the top side of the gear housing. It includes the following engine data:
  1. Engine Serial Number (ESN)
  2. Critical Parts List (CPL)
  3. Model
  4. Horsepower and RPM rating

If the engine dataplate is not readable, the ESN can be found on the engine block on top of the lubricating oil cooler housing. Additional engine information is on the electronic control module (ECM) dataplate.
QSK45 and QSK60:
The dataplate on the QSK45 and QSK60 engines is located on the left bank side of the front gear cover. It includes the following data:
  1. Engine Serial Number (ESN)
  2. Critical Parts List (CPL)
  3. Horsepower
  4. RPM
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    What is the benefit of the website?

    The website serves as your ever-evolving information resource. Customers can locate distributor service centers, link to QuickServe Online and other relative websites, and learn about current distributor promotions and discounts. Topical subject matter is also available through the online newsletter. And now, for the first time, you can renew your membership online.

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    Do I always get a 10% discount on parts and service?

    The 10% discount applies to Cummins Genuine parts and service which aren't already a discounted special. All discounts exclude engines (New Cummins or ReCon Engines) and or generator sets. Some distributor specials are priced to give more than a 10% discount, so an additional discount wouldn't apply. The distributor determines this.

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    What parts and services are covered by the discount?

    Genuine Cummins Parts: New, ReCon, Filtration, and Power Generation. All discounts exclude engines (New Cummins or ReCon Engines) and or generator sets. This discount also applies to Valvoline products and labor.

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    If my vehicle is in for a repair and I join the club, do I get a discount on the current repair?

    Yes.

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    How much does membership cost?

    The cost for membership is $19.95 annually, in the United States. For Canadian members, the cost is $22.95 annually.

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    Can I get service from any Cummins distributor?

    Customers will receive service, and all other club benefits from any participating Cummins distributor. Distributor coverage has expanded throughout the United States and Canada. You can view all participating distributors on the website.

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    How can I join?

    There are three ways to join the Cummins Power Club.

      1) You can join the club by enrolling online right from this site.
      2) You can also enroll by obtaining an enrollment form from your distributor. Complete the form and mail to program headquarters with an enclosed check.
      3) Or you can enroll by phone by calling program headquarters at: (866) 442-9576.

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    Does a club member get any special scheduling?

    Yes. One of the benefits of being a club member is preferential scheduling at all participating distributors.

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    Will I receive a reminder when it's time for me to renew my membership?

    Yes. You will receive a notice approximately 2 months before your membership expires.

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    What if my problem isn't engine or generator related?

    A customer is still a customer, so your Cummins Distributor will make every effort to get you back on the road. This may include getting the customer scheduled into a location that can fix his problem.

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