The pump in the tank is a lift pump. The HPFP is under the intake manifold. Direct injection engines have 2 pumps. One to get fuel from the tank to the secondary pump(HPFP), and one for injection pressure. Sorry if this doesn't make much sense.. I'm a few beers in.. Side note. Just got my truck back from the 2nd dealer. They swapped the HPFP again. Time will tell. --edit-- just realized this had been answered . Like I said..🍺🍻
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Ok, just an update on my truck. I dropped it off this morning and picked it up an hour ago. They replaced the HPFP, and changed the oil. I guess only time will tell. I checked the dipstick and took pictures of it this time. Yea I might be a little picky but its a brand new damn truck, I want it to last. I will update if anything changes.
Nice I have the bench seat. Mine is my first brand new vehicle ever so I'm scared to cut or drill holes. So I made a removable mount out of a couple 2x4s that wedge under the center console and hold my radio(Ham not CB) out front in a handy location. Pics coming in a few!
Just got mine back from the dealer. Tech said" no fuel in crankcase" also said " Due to the high vacuum in the crankcase of this motor, If fuel were present in the oil it would throw a rich code on the ECM and turning on the CEL" No repairs were made. Now I have a dash cam installed they left the key in the whole time it was in the shop, they never popped the hood. Aside from that as far as I know the only way an ecm detects a rich condition is if the o2 sensors see it. Am I wrong there?
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