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What would cause me to keep losing power to the electric fuel pump on a 99 dodge 2500 24 valve cummins

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The cause of your problem would be dirty injectors,and or dirty fuel filters on truck. check the filters and replace the fuel filters. also check your air filter . if it's dirty replace it as well. hope this will help!!!

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