Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Tuscaloosa, Al
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Brian is a customer of mine and Brian im very sorry you have to go through this I tried to help and got no where too! This is not the wires the fuel has entered the motor cavity and killed his pump! LILPOOH and I have already made a thread on this type of failure When these motors start to draw a lot of amps it usually is a result of the seal grooving the motor axle and fuel getting past! Again Brian very sorry I put his trucks fuel system back to stock but we will be installing a very nice water separator when he desides which one he wants!
this is what I once said NO WAY IN HELL!! THERE CUSTOMER SUPORT FOR THERE PRODUCT STINKS!!!
I had the exact same thing happen on my last Airdog2 motor. Surprisingly they sent me a new motor and my pump was out of warranty by about a month! Needless to say, I'm on the 3rd motor in a little over a years time. I've upgraded the wiring harness and it still drops pressure if you stop or start too quick with under a quarter tank of fuel. I am not satisfied at all and would not recommend Airdog to ANYONE!
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