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Fuel presure dodge diesel ?

Does anyone know what the fuel presure is supposed to be at the service port on the injector pump? i have about ten pounds and thought there would be more after replacing lift pump and filter.as soon as the pump quits i lose presure rapidly.of course it is not starting but at the end of cranking sometimes it sounds like it is trying to start. drove home fine then would not start. 2000 dodge 2500 diesel. thanks

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All i can tell you is that as long as you dont go below 4 psi you should not starve injection pump, this is a minimum psi though., 10-13 psi is average on my 2002 at service port.

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