WARRANTY INFORMATION (CATERPILLAR, INC.) - CONTINUED
EMISSIONS WARRANTY - CONTINUED
(a) This component is a device to control the black smoke emission of an engine during its operation when low
inlet manifold pressure exists.
(b) Slow engine response and low power may indicate a need for adjustment or repair. Your Caterpillar dealer is
equipped with the necessary tools, personnel, and procedures to perform this service.
(c) The owner is encouraged to keep adequate maintenance records, but the absence of such, in and of itself,
will not invalidate the warranty.
(d) The machine or equipment owner may perform routine maintenance, repairs and other non-warranty work or
have it done at any repair facility. Such non-warranty work need not be performed at a designated warranty
station in order for the warranty to remain in force.
Customer Assistance - Emission Control Systems Warranty.
Caterpillar Inc. aims to ensure that the Emission Control System warranty is properly administered. In the event that
you do not receive the warranty service to which you believe you are entitled under the Emission Control Systems
Warranty, call or write: Caterpillar, Manager of Warranty Systems, Peoria, IL 61629-1250; (309) 675-4037.
Authorized dealers are recommended for major maintenance and repair work as they are staffed with trained person-
nel, proper tools and are aware of the latest maintenance methods and procedures. Owners and others who desire to
perform their own work should purchase a Service Manual and obtain current service information from their Caterpil-
EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY FOR CALIFORNIA
1. Owner Warranty Rights and Obligations.
a. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) and Caterpillar are pleased to explain the emission control system war-
ranty on your 2000 or later certified heavy duty off-road diesel engine. The engine is certified if it has a special certi-
fication label. Two types of labels that are used by Caterpillar are shown on previous pages. A Caterpillar dealer can
also inform you if the engine is certified.
b. In California, new heavy duty off-road diesel engines must be designed, built, and equipped to meet the state's strin-
gent anti-smog standards. Caterpillar must warrant the emission control system on your engine for the duration of
time listed below provided there has been no abuse, neglect, or improper maintenance on your engine.
c. Your emission control system may include parts such as the fuel injection system, air induction system, and engine
computer, if equipped. Also included may be hoses, connectors, clamps, and other emission-related components.
d. Where a warrantable condition exists, Caterpillar will repair the heavy duty off-road diesel engine at no cost to the
owner including diagnosis, parts, and labor.
2. Manufacturer's Warranty Coverage.
a. The emissions warranty period for new heavy duty off-road diesel engines is a duration of 60 months, or 3,000 hours
of operation, whichever occurs first after date of delivery to the initial owner.
b. If an emission-related part or component on your diesel engine is defective, the part or component will be repaired, or
replaced by Caterpillar. This is your emission control system WARRANTY.
c. This warranty covers the following emission-related parts and components:
(1) Charge Air Cooling System (if equipped)
(2) Fuel Injection System
(3) Intake Manifold
(5) Turbocharger System
(6) Air-Fuel Ratio Control System
(7) Electronic Control Module including Sensors and Personality Module (if equipped)