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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-03-2007, 03:49 PM Thread Starter
 
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2000 dodge cummins surging for fuel

Last night I was driving my truck when all of a sudden it made the sound of a cold diesel motor and when I push in the throttle nothing happens. Does anybody know what this could be. I'm thinking maybe fuel pump or injector.
If you know what It might be if you could give me any suggestions on replacement parts.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-03-2007, 05:51 PM
 
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Check your codes, your probably pulling a P0216 which means your injection pump is going out. Your injectors are probably fine. Your fuel might not be though. My fuel doesn't even run and it caused my Injection to fail. But most likely it's your injection pump thats what 90% of these problems are.
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I agree I think its the pump..! going bad on you.. cant go wrong with the FASS.. if you supply the VP with good fuel pressure it will last longer..
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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-04-2007, 06:36 PM
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Yeah that definitely sounds like a IP timig issue. No fun. Check for trouble codes and see what you get. Also keep a close eye on when these symptoms occur if they do keep occuring.
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What is the correct fuel pressure at WOT.. my buddies is at 14psi.. isnt that a little low ? Im just curious im tryin to learn more on the 24v's :shrug:

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Ideal pressure at WOT is 12psi. Running above that is fine they just tend to fall off a little bit in the last few RPM if you run higher than that. It wouldn't really be noticable though. Pretty much you don't want to pull it below 5 psi ever. And ideally stay below 18 on the top end of things. Its not as big a deal to run a bit high than it is low.
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His was at 7psi, but it was only like that for a week or so, becasue he didnt drive it, After the mechanic said the pump is going bad he got the FASS and it hasnt acted up since, Will his pump go out in the future? or no.. Thanks for that info Sean!

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Don't forget your marvel kids!
It is the only thing that keeps my truck driving normal.
I'm 100% sure my IP is shot, it's been like this for over a year.
With Marvel you hardly notice it's acting goofy.

(At least it helps out my truck)
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