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HPOP reservoir and air bleed

where is the hpop reservoir on the 6.0 and what the best way to bleed the air out of the system?
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The reservior is on top of the motor, between the heads, in the 'valley'. Why do you need to bleed air out?


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its a long story best way to fill you in would be to have you read my last thread titled no start but has 1400 PSI. where do i check the level and /or fill the reservoir?
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If you have 1400 psi cranking than you don't have a hpo leak and you should start looking elsewhere for your problem. I assume your usinge a monitor or daliagnostic software to read the icp pressure. See if it can tell you whether or not your getting FICM sync.

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If you have 1400 psi cranking than you don't have a hpo leak and you should start looking elsewhere for your problem. I assume your usinge a monitor or daliagnostic software to read the icp pressure. See if it can tell you whether or not your getting FICM sync.
I assume that you didn't read the other thread but just the title huh? Read it and get back to me please I need all the help I can get.
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