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Part #: TKCVSC020

Tork Teknology CVSC020 Valve Spring Compressor

Vehicle Fitment:
1989-1998 Dodge 5.9L Diesel | See full application list below
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Description

The Tork Teknology CVSC020 Valve Spring Compressor is the first-ever valve spring compressor designed specifically for the 1988-1998 Dodge Ram 12-Valve Diesel Engine. Other universal tools on the market take double the time because you have to do one valve at a time. While it may look simple, this Valve Spring Compressor features heavy-duty construction with a specially designed top plate that features tapered cones. The tapered cones make it a breeze to install keepers, simply place a keeper on the ramp and slide it on the valve stem. It doesn't get any easier! 

Features: 
  • Compresses 2 Springs At A Time 
  • Tapered Cone Design For Easy Keeper Installation 
  • Low Profile Design For Clearance On Cylinders 5 & 6 

Disclaimer: XDP is in no way affiliated with Cummins or any of its subsidiaries or related companies, and that Cummins has not authorized the sale of any of XDP's parts, and has not tested or approved any of XDP’s parts for use in genuine Cummins brand products.

Vehicle Fitment

YEAR MAKE FOR ENGINE SERIES
1989 Dodge 5.9L 12V Cummins
1990 Dodge 5.9L 12V Cummins
1991 Dodge 5.9L 12V Cummins
1992 Dodge 5.9L 12V Cummins
1993 Dodge 5.9L 12V Cummins
1994 Dodge 5.9L 12V Cummins
1995 Dodge 5.9L 12V Cummins
1996 Dodge 5.9L 12V Cummins
1997 Dodge 5.9L 12V Cummins
1998 Dodge 5.9L 12V Cummins

Specifications

  • MFG. Number CVSC020
  • Manufacturer Name Tork Teknology
  • Shipping Weight 2.00 lb.
  • Shipping Length 1 in.
  • Shipping Width 9 in.
  • Shipping Height 7 in.
  • Fuel Type Diesel
  • Prop 65 Prop 65 WarningWARNING: Cancer & Reproductive Harm - P65Warnings.ca.gov
  • Internal L15R11

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TORK TEKNOLOGY CVSC020 Compression Spring Tool
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Quick shipping and Top Quality Tool. Have not installed springs yet.
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Works great.
5
Makes spring changes easy. Fits correctly priced right.
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Tool worked perfectly, definitely could not have done number 6 valve without it, also trick to number six is to remove wipers and cowl, there will be an access hole to pull the headbolt out!
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Would this tool work without pulling the head off?
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The CVSC020 Valve Spring Compressor does not require the removal of the cylinder head. Instructions for the Tork Teknology CVSC020 Valve Spring Compressor:

(1) Disconnect the battery negative cables. I suggest that you perform this procedure on a cold engine so you can adjust the valve lash, at the same time as the spring change. Using compressed air, blow off all debris on the valve covers, intake manifold cover and the high pressure injector lines. Wear safety glasses.

(2) Remove the Dodge Diesel cylinder head cover with a 19MM wrench.

(3) Remove the six cylinder head covers. Save the gaskets for reuse.

(4) You can replace the valve springs on two cylinders at the same time. Number 1 and 6, 2 and 5, and cylinders 3 and 4. Using a 7/8” socket and ratchet, set in the reverse position, rotate the alternator nut in the reverse rotation. Watch for the #1 intake valve (short rocker arm) that is closing. Once the #1 intake valve is closed, the piston is near top dead center. As you slowly rotate the engine, watch VERY closely for movement of the exhaust valve (long rocker arm). Add soon as you see the slightest bit of movement- STOP! Verify that the push rods and rockers are loose on the #6 cylinder. This will confirm that the procedure was done correctly.

(5) With a 13mm and 18mm socket, remove the two bolts on the #1 rocker arm pedestal. Hold the push rods and remove the pedestal. Place in a clean area. Save yourself some grief and wrap a clean shop rag around the push rods to prevent any parts from falling into the engine. This will prevent dropping a keeper onto the cam or into the oil pan.

(6) Install the CVSC020 bridge where the pedestal was installed. Tighten the socket head cap xxxx with the 6mm Allen wrench (provided). Hand tight is OK. We have found that some of the locating holes, on some heads, are not deburred correctly. You may have to clean the locating hole in order for the bridge to fit. Lightly oil the threaded stud. Place the compressor plate over the threaded stud and align the tapered cone with the valve retainers. Grease the flange nut face. Tighten the nut with a 15mm wrench, to compress the valve springs. The piston MUST be at TDC or you can drop a valve into the cylinder when you remove the valve keepers. When you are compressing the valve springs, the piston top prevents the valves from falling into the cylinder. If you find that the valve springs will not compress, you are not at TDC. FIND OUT WHY BEFORE PROCEEDING!

(7) The keepers can now be removed using a magnetic tipped pencil. Install the new valve springs and reinstall the retainers and keepers. Here's a TORK TIP that works great. Put a dab of sticky grease on the inside of the keepers. The grease holds the keepers in place while you retract the compressor tool. Retract the compressor tool and remove. Do not rotate engine until the valve springs, retainers and keepers are installed.

(8) Assembly is in reverse order. When installing the pedestal, make certain that the push rods are seated correctly. Torque the head bolt to 29ft-lbs, a second time at 62 ft-lbs, and finally to 89 ft-lbs. Now, tighten the head bolt one quarter turn. Tighten the small bolt to 18 ft-lbs. I suggest that you do one cylinder at a time, so parts are not interchanged. At this point, you should have cylinders #1 and 6 done.

(9) Now you can rotate engine, and perform the exact same procedure on cylinders #5 and #2. And lastly, rotate engine for cylinders #3 and #4. When the valve springs are replaced, this would be a great time to adjust the valves.
Is this going to work for a 1999 Dodge Ram 3500 5.9L Diesel 24-valve?
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The Tork Teknology CVSC020 Valve Spring Compressor is designed to fit the 1989-1998 Dodge 5.9L Diesel (12v engines).

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