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Old 04-11-2012, 07:04 AM
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'09 looses all power. Have to turn it off to regain

Researching for my Father-in-law. I don't know squat about 6.4 since I drive a 7.3.

He has a '09 KR 350 that he purchased with 75,000. It has a CAI, but no other know modifications. A couple months after purchase he told me it died on him while pulling up to a stop light. We later figured out it wasn't dying but loosing power. Stepping on accelerator does nothing. You can shift to neutral, cycle the key, it fires back up and runs down the road with no problem. This happened a half dozen or so times over a few months. Now it is doing it with more frequency. To the point he no longer trusts it to be on the road. I drove it once and it did it to me as I was slow rolling to a stop sign.

Took it to the stealership yesterday. Pulled codes: P008D, P0088, P0087. Service writer said he'd need to bring it back another day. If it's what he thought (a pump but my F-I-L couldnt remember the part name, Im thinking HPOP) it would cost around $10K to fix and it would not be covered by his remaining warranty or extended warranty.

Is there a common know issue with this engine anyone can shed light on?

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Old 04-11-2012, 09:27 AM
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The 6.4 does not have a HPOP. With those codes it sounds like its the high pressure fuel pump. Its a cab off repair
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Thanks.

I finally found a better search term and was doing some reading on the High Pressure Fuel Pump and its issues. Does not sound good.
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An 09 should still have the remainder of the 5 year 100000 mile warranty left. And the hpfp would be covered by that.
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That's what I thought, but that's not what the dealer says.

From what I read today, it's a problem that Ford has decided to turn its back on.
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Turns out its the pump. However, same dealer at different location says its covered by warranty and doing the repairs.
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, i should hope so!

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Old 04-25-2012, 07:17 AM
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,i should hope so!
Well, you would think it is. But Ford has yet to commit to fixing it.

Read up on the topic, you will find they have some loop holes to get out of picking up the bill on these repairs.
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Im a ford diesel tech. theres a tsb for the P0088 code, which states just to replace the hpfp. the p0087 code is the loop hole so to speak. The **** ford has come up with is crazy. Change fuel filters, clear codes, and hope and pray the P0088 only comes back
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there's also a revised harness for the hpfp. apparently, the old one can chafe, i believe.
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