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Old 05-21-2012, 06:43 PM
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New fuel pump and ICP = sweet and smooth

My fuel pump completely quit on Friday. Discovered the ICP was leaking oil during the trouble shooting process.

New one of each over the weekend and the truck feels brand new - no shakes and good power. Shame the parts were $300 though.

Changed the oil while I was under there too. Made a drive up block out of 4x4's and plywood to make it easier for me to slide under without jacking up the truck - got my 7-year old son under there to start teaching him too.

I now know what that weird hesitation was riding down the road for the last few months was...

My '01 big blue has 182K on it and rolls 90 miles a day.

Just had to share.
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