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Can't find the fuel injector driver on a 2000 6.5 turbo diesel engine. Need help please!

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The PMD (pump mounted Drive) or FSD (Fuel Solenoid Driver) is mounted to the right side of the Injection Pump when standing infront of the vehicle looking at the engine. It is black and about the size of a pack of cards.

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