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got the PM. thanks a lot for the help. Im going to try and track down a stock rail valve and see what happens!!... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 06-25-2010, 02:22 PM
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got the PM.
thanks a lot for the help. Im going to try and track down a stock rail valve and see what happens!!

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glad to help bud hope that gets ya fixed up. Guys are saying its a HUGE power difference when we get this fixed.

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Ok well after some messing with the truck I've still got the same issue.
The factory fuel valve was still being used. But I did not take it apart to see if it was shimmed.
Still have the same problem though, I was driving up a steep hill with out a load and I could barley chug up the hill!!!! Good thing there I wasn't towing I'd of been screwed. sooooo any other thoughts?
Thanks for all the help it is very appreciated.
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1 of 2 things after market fuel pumps are garbage..they are very unreliable.......#2 the harness to the pump could be shorted.... i just went through this on a 99 gmc van... most parts stores offer an after market pig tail that replaces the factory pig tail that plugs directly into the fuel pump
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Old 08-19-2010, 04:04 PM
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Thanks guys. I put a fuel rail plug in it and it is running great!! It was draining the rail pressure.
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hey guys new to the site. I have '08 dodge throwing p000f ,p1011, p0087 codes. Just had low pressure pump put on still showing them would the fuel rail plug yall talked about cause that.
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P1011 - Fuel Pump Delivery Pressure Too Low

P000f-fuel System Over Pressure Relief Valve Activated

P0087-fuel Rail Pressure Too Low

sounds like the fuel rail valve to me is yours plugged or not?

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Originally Posted by 6.7Cummins View Post
Thanks guys. I put a fuel rail plug in it and it is running great!!
For now, until it's time for new injectors. Plugging the rail is a BAD idea. That relief valve is there for a reason.
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For now, until it's time for new injectors. Plugging the rail is a BAD idea. That relief valve is there for a reason.
I agree with you thats why mine is shimmed and not plugged
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thanks for the info . idk if it is been messed with or not i bought it brand new dodge house is going to run the test on it tomorrow. they were complaing about the tuner being on it and the exhaust. they seem to think it might be the cp3 pump. what do yall think?
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