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Old 05-04-2010, 07:19 AM
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Needin' some help boys..

Alrighty,
My truck died while driving and wouldn't kick-over. It would crank just fine but never kicked over. I figured FICM or something failed in the HighPressureOil system..

I get it back and they say HPOP. But couldn't it just be the fitting?
If you plug the scanner in and crank it, it shows lacking oil pressure. This
could be a sign of the pump dying or the fitting has burst, right?
-Ben
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Alright, well to answer my own question here:
The screen under the oil cooler leading from the front of the engine to the HPOP was clogged.
Thus causing the choppy idle while cold and eventually the dying and non-start that
I was experiencing.

There ya go, I fixed it so everyone knows what I'm talking about.

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Alright, well to answer my own question here:
The screen leading from the front of the engine to the pump was clogged.
Thus causing the choppy idle while cold and eventually the dying and non-start that
I was experiencing.
What does that mean? The HPOP sump screen under the oil cooler?
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What does that mean? The HPOP sump screen under the oil cooler?
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What does that mean? The HPOP sump screen under the oil cooler?
Pretty much answered your own question..

I just don't put it in words very well, if you've seen my other posts around here I use
a lot of pictures with "paint" so ppl know what I'm talking about.. lol

(I fixed it for you. Is it up to .org standards now?)

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Pretty much answered your own question..

I just don't put it in words very well, if you've seen my other posts around here I use
a lot of pictures with "paint" so ppl know what I'm talking about.. lol

(I fixed it for you. Is it up to .org standards now?)
No worries, just trying to be sure what you meant.
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No worries, just trying to be sure what you meant.
Lol. I was in a sarcastic mood when I woke up.

I wish I knew the legitimate names for all the parts in the engine so it would be easier for everyone.
But I don't so I often substitute "thingy" and "that piece" in for a lot of stuff.
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