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This AirDog Combo includes two AirDog Replacement Filters, 1 Fuel Filter (FF100-2) and 1 Water Separator Filter (WS100). These Filters work with All AirDog and AirDoge II Kits.
AirDog replacement Fuel Filters are 2 Micron, and the typical service interval is 1 year, or 15,000 miles. Water Separators have a much longer service interval and replacement depends on the physical condition.
Cross Reference Numbers: (Note, this is for fitment and not micron rating):
AirDog Water Separators have a much longer service interval and replacement depends on the physical condition.
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2001 Dodge with a p- pump conversion will require 25-30psi from the lift pump. If you filters are dirty it can cause some fluctuation.
Airdog recommends changing the fuel filter every 15,000 miles. The water separator at least once a year.
Could very well be a crank sensor causing the issue. Need to know what the fuel pressure is while you are operating the truck and also need to know what “soft codes” are in the truck. These are codes that don’t trip a check engine light but still are relevant to the how the truck runs. Let us know if we can help.