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Old 10-03-2015, 05:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
skippie
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If at all possible stay with the factory transfer pump. I originally went with a crossover setup and one draw back is on a long trip after about 45 mins the fuel gauge will drop to E, because theres no change in the sending unit for such a period of time, the computer is programed to drop the gauge to warn of an issue. It will eventually start reading again once you use all the fuel in the back tank and the level in the front starts to drop, it would still make me nervous till that gauge started working again.



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