FASS DDRP 02 Fuel Pump for 1998.5-2002 Dodge Cummins 5.9L
FASS DDRP Benefits:
Only requires 30 minutes or less of installation time.
Mounts to the factory supplied bracket.
Provides a 33% increase in fuel delivery rate over the OEM pump design.
Has an increased flow rate of 89 Gallons Per Hour and 23 PSI of fuel flow.
Provides better torque and engine response by insuring a constant reliable flow of fuel.
Protected by a 4 year Warranty upon completion of Warranty Card.
Is the only replacement pump available with a 4 year Warranty.
Has a Gerotor that’s almost imposable to fail other for any reason except for debris ingestion which makes a very efficient positive displacement pump.
Is equipped with a Heavy Duty motor that is segregated from the fuel to prolong the life of the motor.
Heavy Duty Motor uses over sized bearings on the motor shaft to make sure its well supported.
Heavy Duty motor provides High Torque to Gear Ratio to Insure Cold Weather Starts.
Motor has more torque than the stock lift pump to ensure you don’t have a problem with cold weather starts.
Draws around the same amount of amperage the stock pump does so it can make use of the wire harness.
Uses the same wire harness connector as the OEM pump for fast and easy installation.
Strong enough to push B-20 and B-50 Fuels in the warmer months of the year.
The FASS direct replacement pump is a complete replacement diesel fuel lift pump for you Dodge Cummins 24V diesel engine and is designed to eliminate the common issued found in factory lift pumps that are known for their costly repairs. The DRP lift pump’s larger motor is strong enough to help supply your diesel truck with a consistent fuel pressure required by you VP44 to produce efficiency and horsepower. Simple to install, the DRP series pump can be installed by any novice mechanic and installs into factory mounting points making it the easiest installation of any aftermarket lift pump.
Factory Fuel Pump Failure
Failure of your factory lift pump is one of the most common component failures for the Dodge Cummins 24V diesel engine. Both stock and modified engine suffer from the issue, with modified engine intensifying the weakness of the factory component, leading to premature failure. The main reasons behind this pumps inability to support the fuel demands for your Cummins engine is the fact that first its a smaller weak motor that is located near the engine. This requires the motor to pull fuel from the fuel tank located at the rear of the truck against the momentum of your moving pickup. As with all diesel lift pumps, motors are designed to push fuel and when required to suck fuel over a long distance the added strain will overheat the motors, leading to a drop in fuel pressure. Low fuel pressures can cause a decrease in throttle response, fuel economy, horsepower numbers and even cause damage to your VP44 injection pump.