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Old 08-05-2012, 10:01 AM
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Labor time for a STC fitting?

My truck is going to the shop on Wednesday to hopefully fix the no start issue and I was wonder how long it takes for ford to get the STC replaced?
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Old 08-05-2012, 10:48 AM
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Mitchell shows 8.5hr to R&R the high pressure pump but that time includes intake manifold removal. Intake removal is not required for 05-07 trucks and the pump cover can be cheated out by loosening the up-pipes and pushing them back slightly.

I would still count on 7-8 hours labor. It's not terribly difficult but it is still time consuming
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Jezz sounds expensive lol
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Old 08-08-2012, 05:58 PM
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You got all that apart do an egr delete and an oil cooler rebuilt while your there. Maybe get the tech to do it all at home . Mine has a real nice garage outback his house he ani't cheap but paying him 50 bucks an hour instead on ford 125.00 makes since to me same guy doing the same work.
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Ya I bit the bullet and dropped it off at the dealership.....there goes my jet ski fund lol
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Quote:
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How far from New York are you? Lol
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