p38251 you have a good point about installing an after market pump. When this one goes bad I will go that route.
I have replaced the lift pump in the tank with an OEM pump. If you decide to do this yourself the easiest way is by removing the bed. Remove: 6 bolts, grounding strap and tail lights and the whole bed will come off. My son and I did lifted it off by ourselves. Not say its not heavy, it is.
Just as I suspected the dealer tech here in Cleveland TN really had no idea what the problem is. They just wanted to charge me $135 an hour to replace parts. I did ask the tech what would happen if I let them replace the lift pump for $1000.00 and that was not the problem. Her response was what I expected. To bad! You still pay. Also, she told me they checked the injectors and they reported all them were functioning properly. Have 0 faith in them now. Wasted my money!
I have replaced every major item in the fuel system now. My last thought is one of the new injectors has failed some how.
Question: If one of the injectors has failed, maybe to the point of complete leak down, would that keep the others from building enough pressure to ionize?
I am already in the process of removing each injector for inspection.
Question: What should I be looking for when I have them out.
The injectors are still under warranty for 6 more months.