1998.5 - 2002 DODGE 5.9L CUMMINS VP44 INJECTION PUMP 215-235 HP WITH AUTOMATIC OR 5 SPEED MANUAL - REMAN
>> ALWAYS CHECK THE LIFT PUMP FIRST BEFORE REPLACING THE VP44 PUMP <<
>>PLEASE CHECK YOUR TRUCK MODEL FOR AUTOMATIC OR 5 SPEED MANUAL - WE CARRY AUTOMATIC VP44 PUMP IN STORE, 5 SPEED MANUAL VP44 PUMP ARE SPECIAL BUILT-TO-ORDER PRODUCTS<<
FITS ALL (1998.5 - 2002)...... EXCLUDES 2001 6 SPD HI-OUTPUT
** BDD ALSO RECOMMENDS LIFT PUMP REPLACEMENT WITH THE VP44 AS LIFT PUMP FAILURE IS THE MAIN REASON THE VP44 BECOMES STRESSED AND FAILS. BDD ALSO SELLS A LIGHT KIT TO INSTALL IN THE DASH TO ALERT LOW LIFT PUMP PRESSURE - LESS THAN 5 P.S.I.(INEXPENSIVE INSURANCE POLICY!) BDD PART#DLKIT.
BDD ALSO STOCKS THE INJECTION TUBES AS WELL - BDD PART#2872395
90 DAY WARRANTY!
VP44 pump warranty is void if performance products are added, such as Edge or Quadzilla. It will cause damage to the PSG.
- Performance products are installed at your own risk, other modifications may be required for proper operation.
- All used PMD sales are final. 30 day exchange warranty… NO REFUNDS
- NO RETURN ON ELECTRICAL PARTS
IPVR15X, IPVR11X, 0-470-506-005, 0-470-506-011, 0-470-506-015, 0-470-506-022, 0-470-506-027, 5013925AA, R5019658AD, R5011041AB,
R5013925AA, 5019658AA, 5019658AB, 5019658AC, 3937671, 3937688, 3946135, 3676670, 3937188, 3943760, 0470506015,
Common DTC Codes Associated with VP44 Diagnosis;
- P0216 (Fuel Injection Pump Timing Failure) - This code has often been misunderstood as the VP44 “Code of Death". It does not automatically mean the VP is bad. Low lift pump pressure and misaligned keyway can also set this code. If a customer has good fuel pressure and keyway alignment has been confirmed, look to VP being bad
- P0251 and P0253 (Fuel Injection Pump Fuel Valve Failure) - The fuel solenoid on the VP is bad. This is an internal failure of the VP44.
- P0336 (Crank Shaft Position Sensor Signal) - This code is associated with the 1998.5 and 1999 Trucks because these were the only years with Crank Position sensors. CKP sensor failures are very common in these year trucks and can cause a no start, hard start, or even an erratic idle. Verify crank signal with a handheld scanner before condemning the VP44
- P1688 (Internal Fuel Pump Controller Failure) - This code usually means bad PSG (Pump Computer) on the VP44 and can most of the time be considered a VP failure.
- P1689 (No Communication Between ECM and Injection Pump Controller) - This is usually a sign of PSG failure on the pump, but the customer also needs to check to the wire between ECM and Pump controller to make sure signal is reaching the pump. Also, faulty fuel pump relay can cause this code. Please swap fuel pump relay with horn relay in the fuse panel and see if the truck will run.
- P1690 (Fuel Injection Pump does not agree with ECM CKP Sensor) - on 1998.5 and 1999 trucks suspect faulty Crank Position Sensor. If CKP signal is good, suspect faulty VP44.
- P1691 (Fuel Injection Pump Controller Calibration Error) - Faulty VP44. Pump computer is faulty which will require VP44 replacement.
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