Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Preston County, WV
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To diagnose engine problems you need a gauge system so you can see EGTs, Boost, Fuel rail pressure and other important non factory read outs...
CP3 fuel pumps are easy to diagnose as good or not if they hold 20k+ PSI for a few seconds. Fuel filter and Air filter are very important. Lift pump could be failing too. It could all be fueling related, but stock without gauges you're flying blind.
2003 Dodge Ram 2500, QCSB, 4x4, Nv4500 w/ mainshaft, Valair clutch, Edge Evo2, AFE Bladerunner, ARP Studs, SRT10 Hood, Sport front, 285 Falkens. Laramie interior. 09 steering. Redhead + Borgenson 275,000 miles and counting + 2013 Ram 5500 4x4 6.7 aisin CC 11' bed