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Just rebuilt my trans on my 01 powerstroke, I know I need a transmission guage what other things should I monitor. My truck is not chiped and have no intention of doing so. Do I need to monitor the fuel pressure between the pum and injector pump. I ask this because my brother owns a dodge his pump whet out and was not aware and ended up having to replace both pumps
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EGTs and boost. Then fuel if you want.

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you have no injection pump (high press fuel pump), just a fuel transfer (lift) pump that fills the bowl and pressurizes it to 40-60psi.

i personally like knowing that i have plenty of pre-injector pressure, but mpst people dont give it a second glance until their pump takes a dump.
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If you don't plan on chipping I wouldn't worry about boost. But I'd still check for boost leaks anyway. Then trans temp, EGT, and fuel pressure and maybe coolant temp.



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