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Lift Pump Leak

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I got a diesel leak coming from the bottom of the lift pump were apparently there is an electrical connection,I have already checked the fuel line connections and they are dry so I am pretty sure is coming from there.Is there a fix to this or do I need to buy a new lift pump.

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Did you buy the AirDog? Or was it on the truck when you got it? They usually have a Lifetime warranty. I am not familiar with an AirDog set up. Have you tried contacting the manufacturer for any support?

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Sorry I did not specified this is on a truck I bought to fix up kinda like a project it has the original pump.

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Sorry I did not specified this is on a truck I bought to fix up kinda like a project it has the original pump.

Assuming a stock lift pump? Then no you must replace the lift pump... This is a known issue with stock carters...

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