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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-14-2019, 03:49 PM Thread Starter
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Received the cps and confirmed itís the latest generation.

Took the old one off (working under the car this time) and found it to be second generation and to be genuine MB.

I installed the new and was able to carefully note that it was seated properly and that the electric clip was engaged.

Proceeded to install the heat shield and dropped the bolt four times, but only found it three times. Itís an M6 bolt which is small.
Found a replacement at my local hardware.
Iím hoping itís use doesnít void any remaining warranty from MB, LOL.

Time will tell if this cures things.


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Have you ever noted the fuel level when you got the no-start condition? We experienced the exact symptoms you describe, but only when the fuel dropped below half tank. I solved the issue by replacing the in-tank fuel pump.
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Thanks for your experience. I cannot, with confidence, say what the fuel level was when the events occurred.
Iíll start running it below half tank and see what happens.


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What led you to suspect the fuel pump?

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I bought the truck used and the people I bought it from had mentioned that it probably needed a fuel pump, apparently they had trouble with it and the dealer diagnosed it as a bad pump.
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