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Old 05-03-2010
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Question Fuel Pump replacement

So, I've been reading about the fuel pump failures at 80k - 120k miles and I have 130k. I want to upgrade the pump. What should I get? Kind of leaning toward the FASS. I don't intend to do any major mods under the hood, so I assume that the 95 gph model would be fine. Thoughts??
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The 95 gal fass will be just fine. The 150 gal will supply way too much fuel with no benefit. My truck is close to 600 HP and I run a 95 gal fass with no problems.
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Thanks for the info. That's kind of what I figured.
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OK speaking of which, does anyone have full instructions for putting a FASS on a 3rd gen? I have the pump, but it's off my 12V so things are different. I want to get an idea what needs to be done so I can make it work on my '05.
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You'll need the wiring harness and a pick up tube since your truck has the stock in tank pump. The ofcourse all the right fittings.
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