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Aux. Fuel tank problem

Hello everyone, new here to the site. Got some questions on a work truck of mine. 2005 Chevrolet Kodiak 4500 Box Truck. Has a 6.6 duramax. The fuel tanks are not equalizing anymore. The rear tank stays full and the front tank drains. Is there a transfer pump somewhere that is not working? If so where is this located? Thanks
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This help? I dont know anything about Kodiaks, but I think you're right on there being a transfer pump.

http://mdt.volvospeed.com/repairs/transfer_pump.html
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This help? I dont know anything about Kodiaks, but I think you're right on there being a transfer pump.

http://mdt.volvospeed.com/repairs/transfer_pump.html
Checked the pump shown there and it worked fine. So I'm looking in the direction of a sensor which would tell the transfer pump when to start equalizing the fuel tanks. Thats where I have come to now. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks for the help..
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