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Old 02-23-2013, 09:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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low fuel pressure

i have a 2000 cummins all stock other than the lift pump put a aftermarket stock replacement fass one on the last few days i cant get fuel pressure ill hit the key and i can hear the left pump run for the aloted time ill start the truck pressure will go to 12 then slowly drop to 0 i shut the truck off and bump the key again i dont hear the lift pump running went to the stor and bought power service 911 dumoed it in and reran truck pressure went from 8 to 5 then slowly climbed back to 15 psi drover truck around seems great but when i put a heavy fuel demand on it my pressure drops from 12 to 8 and truck feels like it falls right on its face is this a sign that i should just replace my feed pump?
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Old 02-23-2013, 10:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Have replaced your fuel filter to make sure it is not cloged?
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Have you changed the filter on the FASS??

I'd certainly check that first.
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yep not even a week old
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Air Leak?

Low of fuel?

Regulator problem?
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you talkin the inline filter they give you when i bought the pump right. if you are no i have not
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