Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Feb 2013
Location: Valley, WA
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Originally Posted by That Other Guy
I was thinking that even with the fuel pump only hitting when the eccentric hits that it shouldn't matter and the regulator should keep a steady pressure as you say, am I thinking correctly in that or is it not the case since soon as there is pressure its used by the running engine.
Anyway is there a way to test my regulator on the truck or is it just something I gotta throw a part at cause I don't feel like doing that.
Also would this cause the low rpm low demand surge, it gets real bad if I just let it happen so I either give more throttle or let out cause im slowing in town or whatever reason I don't need to keep going.
Either way its not a huge issue cause it doesn't happen all the time but I can make it happen everytime at low rpm low demand if I so chose which id rather not but just makes me feel something is going south(especially since its gotta worse the past few hundred miles).
Can you make a video of it. Is this a Auto? Cause I'm almost thinking all Fords do this it's just something your not used to. If I had a video I would know. Txt or email or post it up.
1996 F-350 Crew Cab 4x4, Auto, Toyo MT 315/65/16r, full force 160/30% injectors, Super Duty electric fuel system, RiffRaff regulated return, Driven diesel electric fuel pump controller, SWAMPS HVHF IDM, custom tuned TS chip, 1.0 Turbo, CX Intercooler, 4" Exhaust, 6637 Intake, 4.10 Gears, 225k+ miles.