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Old 11-18-2012, 05:46 PM
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Is my air dog fp150 hooked up right?

ok, so im still a little new here to the diesel world as i just bought a 2005 f250 6.0 with 96k miles. has ARP studs, intake,egr delete,blue spring, sinister collent syste, 6.5" lift, sct custom tuned..ect. anyways, it has the airdog fp150 installed. Now, as some of u may have seen, i posted a few days ago about a fuel leak from a "mystery" line which turns out to be a old return line that is no longer needed so why its still there, i have no idea. I was talking to my buddy (travisH3) about my airdog and he says that the air dog is supposed to replace the high pressure fuel pump... is this true? my stock high pressure fuel pump is still hooked up and fully functional. any info on this would be much help!
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Old 11-18-2012, 06:10 PM
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the airdog 150 is just a low pressure pusher pump that pulls fuel from the tank and feeds the stock high pressure pump. It is what I have on my truck. The airdog 165 replaces the stock pump but is completely different.
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Old 11-19-2012, 03:46 AM
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^^^x2 I have the same setup I also had a fuel leak there just don't top it all the way off when you fill it up or pinch over the old return with a hose clamp that's what I did kinda ghetto but it looks like the new kits come with a quick disconnect plug for that line.
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Ya i shoved a fat bolt in the line that was leaking.
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