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Old 04-01-2010, 05:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2006 Dodge 2500 Diesel lift pump

Does any one know where the factory lift pump is?

Is the only pump the main pump on the engine?

There is nothing on the back of the filter.

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The only pump is in the bottom of your tank. Its smaller than a coke can and is mounted in your canister.
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the transfer pump is in the fuel tank...it supplies fuel to your high pressure injection pump which supplies fuel to your rail which supplies the injectors
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There is nothing on the back of the filter.

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That is because yours is a 04.5 and newer. This is the 03-04 section and all of our lift pumps are or where on the back of the fuel filter canister. You have the new and improved version.
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I have an 06 to do is the lift pump built into the cp3
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No. It's in your fuel tank.
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I have a new intake lift pump for sale if anyone wants $150 shipped to lower 48. let me know honda350rmx@yahoo.com


some of the 03-4.5 years have been swapped to the in tank pump with a retrofit kit.
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No. It's in your fuel tank.
actually, he's half right...there is a gear pump in the back of the cp3 that bumps up the pressure from the lift pump before the fuel enters the pump's cylinders...

and, if his truck was an 06 duramax, that would be the only lift pump on the truck from the factory
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I replaced the fuel pump in the fuel tank and still not getting fuel to the fuel filter. I was told that it has something to do with the injection pump
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You have a lift pump problem. Can you hear the pump run?The filter is between the lift pump and the injection pump. Whoever told you it's an injection pump problem shouldn't be allowed near your truck.
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Don't hear anything getting 10 volts to be plug in on the fuel pump could it be something with the ecm or a relay. All the fuses r good
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To trouble shoot the current to the pump the pump will only run for a second or 2 when the ignition is turned on and the engine not started. To get the pump to run, bump the starter and do not start, then it will run for about 25 seconds.
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