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Old 09-19-2014, 08:11 PM
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Fuel pumps???

I run a 4500 cc 2011. Had a new fuel pump at about 140,000 and another a little less than 100,000 because it was in warranty. Now I am at 260,000 wich gives me about 30,000 on this one. Anyone else having this problem??????? Anyone trying these FASS pumps??? Need help BAD. Loosing moneyyyyyyy.
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I have a Glacier. Would have preferred the AD because of its filters. I have mine mounted on the frame rail, as close to the tank as I could get it, and I also changed every single inch of fuel line to 1/2". AND..with the Glacier, you get a harness with a relay that allows the pump to get it's power directly from the battery. I see no reason why AD wouldn't have the same harness setup.
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