Question about Dodge Cars & Trucks
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The 8.3 p1700 pump was fitted to a cummins 6ct 8.3 l which was rated at 275 hp
the 5.9 was fitted as a v6 or 6.7 v8 cummins fitted to Dodge and is currently available with up to 385hp
as the two engines are not of the same generation, I doubt if you will experience much of an improvement for the time and money. The best people to answer this question for you will be the technical division of cummins engines on the wed.
Posted on Dec 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the easy way is to remove the three screws at the filler neck then look under truck at backside of filler neck and remove the one bolt holding ground strap then go to rear drivers side and unhook the wire harness for the rear lights simple just one connector for lights then there is a ground wire right at the connector you just unhooked bolted to frame rail remove it on the frame along both sides you will find 4 17mm or 18mm bolts remove all 8 bolts have some friends grab bed on both sides pick up bed and walk backwards one or two feet let area in front of wheels sit on rear tire area behind wheels will sit on bumper look down right behind cab on drivers side and you will see the fuel pump in top of tank i know this sounds like a lot but believe me it,s easier than lowering that tank and having to undo lines and what not laying on ground under truck you will be able to service pump standing up in good light conditions
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
SOURCE: 6.2 diesel will not bleed diesel
Make sure all lines are light when turning engine over.While turning engine over loosen the a line closes to pump or the fuel filter.You should get some fuel.Then continue on all lines working farther away.
Posted on May 02, 2010
when you change fuel filters or run out of fuel..you get air in lines and have to bleed system by loosening the injector lines and prime pump till all air is out.
Posted on Nov 15, 2012
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