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  1. I put the Fuel Boss mechanical pump on about 3 years ago, no complaints whatsoever. 16-19 psi always
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  2. I second a raptor or airdog if you want filters. The problem with cheap (junk) oem pumps is, you could have bought a good pump and saved alot of work if you spend more and get a good one to begin with.
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  3. When I was researching, I decided on an AirDog 100. The option that fits your requirements seems to be a Airdog Raptor pump. IE: http://www.thoroughbreddiesel.com/airdog/raptor.htm
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  4. The grid heater will cycle when the ECM registers 59* outside or colder. The colder the ambient temperature, the longer the grid will cycle. If you think there's a problem with the grid heater system then read this: http://dodgeram.org/tech/dsl/troubleshooting/Maniford_htr.htm
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  5. If it leaks again and you gotta pull it, NAPA sells a erpair line that has the quick connect fittings on about an 18" long tube. I would jb weld that into the top of the fuel module and they also sell a quick connect to a barb fitting in a 90 degree. Glad you got it fixed for now.
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  6. Here you go... As you can see the light is a direct connection to the ECM. It's the Orange and Black wire running to the dash. You might check for error codes it might give a clue...
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  7. at 60 degrees your grid heaters dont come on. i dont think they come on until below 50. we aregoing to need some more advice here.
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  8. Yeah something probably came loose or disconnected. I don't have a "toaster" (grid heater) in mine and when the temp is any where near 50_ degrees she wont fire and I have to leave it plugged in.
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  9. Well gents, I believe that the problem is solved!Got under the truck again this morning after studying the above photos and removed the "nipple" that was blocking the second port next to the one that broke. Its best seen in the second photo above, with the rubber nipple cover on it. Unfortunately it was the next size larger, so the return fuel line would not slip on. You know, for almost $1000 I am not going to let this slow me down too much.Finally gave up and took the "quick disconnect" end on the return fuel line and with a small hobby saw, cut the quick disconnect bit off. No going back no
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