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Old 11-25-2005, 12:22 PM   #1
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I am about to replace the fuel pump on my 2002, W20 Chassis. The local workhorse mechanic says there is a pump mod that reduces the amount of hot fuel in the return line from being sucked into the pump intake. Apparently 2 small holes are drilled (somewhere?) to reduce this problem. Anybody heard of such mod and how is done?
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I am about to replace the fuel pump on my 2002, W20 Chassis. The local workhorse mechanic says there is a pump mod that reduces the amount of hot fuel in the return line from being sucked into the pump intake. Apparently 2 small holes are drilled (somewhere?) to reduce this problem. Anybody heard of such mod and how is done?
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bob.o, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us here and look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. Sorry I can't help you with the fuel pump issue but someone else here might. I do wonder if it is a fuel pump that has been modified and not that you can modify the on you presently have? Good luck and let us know the outcome. Take care and have fun.
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I think I would want to check with Workhorse Customer Service before making any mods to the full system. If it is a factory approved mod, the replacement parts probably already have it. At the least, there will be a Technical Service Bulletin on the subject.
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