If you have followed the story of the OEM fuel transfer pump for truck model years ‘98.5-‘02, you know that the original and subsequent replacement parts from Dodge, Cummins and other suppliers that are, at best, marginal. Add to this dilemma the fact that your expensive VP-44 fuel injection pump needs fuel from the transfer pump for cooling and you can understand that selling and choosing a reliable fuel transfer pump is very important.
The folks at FASS offer a complete line of high-performance fuel transfer pumps and fuel filter kits. The FASS engineers realized that some customers did not need the full benefits of the more expensive FASS high-performance systems, not to mention the added installation time that is required. In the fall of 2008, they introduced a direct replacement fuel transfer pump for ‘98.5-‘02 truck owners.
The Dodge Replacement Pump (DRP) gives you the dependability of a FASS product without the cost of a complete system. Additional benefits: flow is increased by 33%, installation can be accomplished in less than 30 minutes, and a four-year warranty.
The DRP is an aftermarket, replacement, lift-pump that mounts in the stock pump location. It utilizes the factory wiring harness for power. You will need to change the stock steel fuel line from the pump to the filter housing with the rubber fuel line and fittings that are included in the kit.
NOTE: The DRP is designed as a stock replacement pump. It will not meet the needs of performance applications.
NOTE: The DRP is not compatible with waste vegetable oil (WVO) or BioDiesel fuels.
Do you want to install the FASS DRP fuel pump yourself? View the PDF instructions to read about the installation procedure.
FASS Dodge Replacement Lift Pump ('98.5-'02)