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Old 02-15-2007, 11:11 PM
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in that case, a vac gauge would be before any pump, and the pressure gauge would be best after all filters- that would indicate a clogging filter by decreased pressure.

have you looked at oil pressure gauges? cheaper. I'd still go with electrical, so no lines in the car.

I took a page out of the big trucks book, and installed a vac gauge after my switching valve. it gauges resistance on both filters.
this is on my cummins-
tank(s) to valve, vac gauge, filters, Lift pump, IP.

I dont see a need for a boost pump, especially if you have a heated tank, lines. those LP's pull alot of pressure.
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