BANNED by Kris
Filters I listed above both separate and have drains for water/contaminates. Quick turn of the stopper every oil change and you're good.
First let me say this is so cool and likely exactly what I'm going to be doing over the next several weeks. This kind of "field engineering" is the kind of help I am looking for for my truck. I'm a long-time wrench on gas engines of all types, done a bit of (mostly legal) racing and built more than a couple of engines. Closest I ever got to a diesel was the crappy 5.7 Olds. :rofl:
Couple of questions.
1) What happens with the electrical wiring that goes to the fuel bowl/heater? Tape it off? Something else? Is there a reason to fashion something that works with this setup for a guy in Western Washington State?
2) Reading through this write up and making some assumptions, does the fuel system on the PSD really run at just 70-75 PSI? I ask because I've always understood diesels in general have fuel systems that run over 2,000 PSI.
3) What happens with the ICP Injection control Pressure (sensor) and it's related wiring?
4) What size relay should be used to run the pump? 25-30 amp?