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In tank lift pump

When did dodge start putting the lift pumps in the tank from the factory?

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I'm pretty sure in 2003...

Also in 2003 they where retro fitting the intank pumps for 1998.5 to 2002...

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I think the in tank pump is a corporate solution to problem that causes another problem. I have 2 friends that did this factory mod both have low fuel pressure still. And now want to replace the intank pump with a FASS system. Save your money get a aftermarket fuel system and larger lines and all with be well.

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I think the in tank pump is a corporate solution to problem that causes another problem. I have 2 friends that did this factory mod both have low fuel pressure still. And now want to replace the intank pump with a FASS system. Save your money get a aftermarket fuel system and larger lines and all with be well.
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The reason I was asking is that I have a new vp44 and a fass on the way. I work a 2 week on 2week off schedule so I wanted to make sure I had every thing when I get home.

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Just a suggestion. Don't forget the larger fuel lines and the fittings to get rid of the banjo fittings. Good luck on your up grade to the fuel system.

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