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Got a p0216 code on the truck. :confused: Sounds like the pocket book is getting a hole in it. Thanks for all the help.

Sorry to hear the bad news. The engine may run for a long time with the P0216 code but the fuel economy may suffer and it eventually will fail altogether and usually at the worst possible time and moment. This may help you to understand what is going on with your VP44: http://www.bluechipdiesel.com/vp44diagnostichelp.html

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Don't know what you have as far as a lift pump or fuel pressure gauge. But, now is a good time to put a FASS, AirDog, or Raptor on that rig. Do not put any lift pump on that goes back in sthe stock location. That addition will keep that new pump happy. A Pressure gauge will give you peace of mind knowing that big chunk of change that you laid out will be well taken care of.

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