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Ok so I had a chance to really look today and plan out my setup for the AirDog system im planning to get and I couldn"t find my lift pump. The mount on the side of the just has a alum block with a line running through it, and there is no pump mounted on the frame rail. So my only other option is an in tank pump, but I have never heard of an in tank pump on an '01, but maby im wrong.:shrug: If I do have an in tank pump what does this change for the AirDog system I plan on getting??

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Ok so I had a chance to really look today and plan out my setup for the AirDog system im planning to get and I couldn"t find my lift pump. The mount on the side of the just has a alum block with a line running through it, and there is no pump mounted on the frame rail. So my only other option is an in tank pump, but I have never heard of an in tank pump on an '01, but maby im wrong.:shrug: If I do have an in tank pump what does this change for the AirDog system I plan on getting??

Intank pumps were Dodge's idea of replacing the stock 98.5-2002 lift pump with something better. As for the AirDog 100 or 150 either way your going to have to put a drawstraw into the system because you cannnot pull fuel through a dead lift pump. There is the basic style of drawstraw and the newer version that goes into the stock basket with some mods to the orignal sender...

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