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About comanche79p

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    Fort Garland, Colorado

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  1. The FASS folks indicates I have a ruptured diaphragm. Sent them my serial number to see if the will warranty it. I bought it in 2013 from Geno's. Thanks for all the help.
  2. I sure will give that a try when I get to my place in Kansas later today. I am taking the tools with me in case I have to stop and re-adjust. I am trying to understand exactly where that ball and spring is located. I went to FASS and tried finding that in their tech manual, but it wasn't helpful or I was looking in the wrong place.
  3. I stuck mine in the 65 degree heated shop overnight and 15 hours later the fuel pressure was the same. I wondered if the relief line was frozen.
  4. I just now changed these filters and didn't make any difference on the pressure Thanks for the reply. My pressure line is at the VP44 and the line goes up to the area by the drivers side battery. The readings are good according to the troubleshooting guide for the pressure sender. I adjusted the pump pressure again and have it at about 17.5 at idle. Going to leave it there and see what happens again. I sent an email to Vulcan asking them about the ball and spring for the Fass and they said they didnt have anything for the Fass pump. I will call them.
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  7. I am going to change the OEM filter and the in line filter before the pump and see if that helps. Last time it didn't make any difference. Thank you!
  8. My fuel pressure has been acting crazy. Started gradually increasing from 16 lbs to 27 lbs. I thought at first that it was due to cold fuel. I live at 9500 ft. Had this system for about 35,000 miles or so. 2001 2nd generation with DDRP Fass 95 mounted near the fuel tank. It did the same thing a while back and I got the pressure adjusted back to where I wanted it. Now I have to try it again. Is it the ball and spring in the Fass pump you think?
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