THATS A BIG NEGATIVE.HVAC rated copper tubing from the hardware store? just thinking outside the box here, but it's easy to bend and shape, resists heat, and will hold the pressure from the LP easily. won't rust out ether. others may chime in on this, but I think considering the cost of a 25' roll of diesel rated fuel hose it's probably about the same price and will last longer! you'll only need hose and clamps at the connections. keep a short piece of the factory steel line that has the fitting on it to connect to the lift pump connecting it with a short section of hose and clamps!
Get a piece of stainless steel and rub hands with that. The smell will somehow be gone.Yeah I learned about vacuum suction a couple weeks ago when I changed the lift pump.. got soaked in diesel.. still can't get the smell of diesel out of my cloths
If the lift pump is running I wouldn't fire the lift pump relay upgrade canon unless it's 1995 or older. If it's 1995 or older I would definitely do the relay upgrade@jrsavoie I agree but the problem comes and goes.. it will run great one minute and then like shit the next.. that do testing it might show fine at that moment but 10 seconds later it's shitty again.. I can turn the key on and get under the truck and feel the lift pump running. And most of the time I can hear it from in the cab before I start the truck. Because it runs for 8 or 10 seconds while the glow plugs are warming up. .. honestly at this point it's seriously a matter of addition firing the parts cannon at it constantly until I happen to get it right