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- Install And Tech Information
The fuel transfer pump in '94-'98 12-valve Dodge Cummins trucks wears out over time and will affect the truck's performance.
If your truck is difficult to start in the morning, the idle rpm is slowly getting lower or has lost its pep, it may be time for a new fuel transfer pump. You can see if this is the problem by running a fuel pressure test.
We recommend getting a fuel pre-heater service kit and fuel elbow hose with this fuel pump. It is easy to replace these service items while the fuel lift pump is removed.
NOTE: For easy installation, we include two mounting gaskets along with two studs and nuts to replace the mounting bolts with this fuel transfer pump.
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Solved the problem
Jul 17, 2020 | By William Rogers
My '94 Dodge diesel with 228k miles was getting very hard to start. I suspected the fuel pump/prefilter/preheater were the culprits leaking air into the system. Removed the old original pump, cleaned and reinstalled the old prefilter, and installed this new pump. Problem solved, the engine now starts and runs like new!
Install and Tech Information
Download fuel transfer pump installation tips: Fuel Transfer Pump Tips, '89-'98.pdf