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I have an air dog system on my 2001 2500 dodge ram. I just took it to the shop and they say I need a new injection pump because it sucked air and burned it up. The mech. told me there where no check valves on the air dog and that I need to go back to the pump in the tank and not the air dog. Is this true and has anyone had the same thing happen? Thanks
Please tell me that that is boost psi and not fuel psi....
x2..... I think you should give me a call and we can check some things. I would hate to see you pay someone labor to create your parts bill to be higher. Its to simple really, give me or one of my tech guys a call tomorrow at the office. Don't want to see you get ripped off.
Most say not to run below 10psi at WOT but you would want to hold the pressure you have the lift pump set to at WOT, this doesn't usually happen maintaining the pressure is your goal and on the high side you are sending most of the fuel through the return back to the tank and heating the fuel in your tank if you are running more than about 20-22 unless you are running a modded VP that really can use the extra supply
What codes are you getting? Have you reset your APPS? Sounds like the mechanic is not well informed. Feel free to call me as well for some help with trouble shooting the VP44 problem if there is indeed a problem.
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