Warming EFS leaking after 2nd Gen Lift pump install I GIVE U

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Warming EFS leaking after 2nd Gen Lift pump install I GIVE U

Postby Collers9640 » Sat Sep 23, 2017 12:18 pm

I figure I would post the problem I've had with the 94-98.5 lift pump I put on my 1st gen.

First let me say I don't know of anyone else that's had this problem.

I purchased a 2nd Gen lift pump directly from Cummins, I didn't purchased a cheap aftermarket one.
I also had my pump professionally rebuilt and never even ran it with a 1st Gen lift pump.

From the start fuel began leaking out of the of the EFS where the threads come out of the top. So I replaced the EFS and it still leaked so I tried another EFS and it still leaked and I don't mean a slow leak neither. I was goes to put a threaded plug in place of the EFS but am worried something else could go wrong so I am reinstalling a stick lift pump.


Does anyone happen to have the fuel line that goes from the top of the lift pump to the motor?
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Re: Warming EFS leaking after 2nd Gen Lift pump install I GIVE U

Postby PToombs » Sat Sep 23, 2017 4:08 pm

First, almost nobody runs a regular 2nd gen LP without a regulator or something to cut the pressure down. Those things produce about 30-35 psi. Most of us run the low pressure piston pump, it looks the same, but only builds about 15-18 psi. Some guys buy the 2nd gen pump, but then replace the spring with one of Erics lower pressure ones. He has them for 12, 15, and 18 psi if I remember correctly.

I'm not sure what you are referring to when you say EFS, you mean the fuel shut off solenoid? (FSS)
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Re: Warming EFS leaking after 2nd Gen Lift pump install I GIVE U

Postby ellis93 » Sun Sep 24, 2017 5:35 pm

They'll throw that kind of pressure at idle Pete! Lol

The p pump motor I had it the Chevy had one I doctored and I could make it throw 70#
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