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Old 11-26-2013, 10:17 AM
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High Pressure Fule Pump Short (Known Issue)

I have the new updated part with the protective covering on the harness... is this able to be done without removing the cab? I would assume yes since its under the turbos per say'ish. Truck is immobile due to this, short blows fuel system and no go. I want to at least get this done so it is drivable then can do the other mods later once my buddy is done with his truck.

6 4L Problems Chaffed Hpfp Wire Photo 2

Thanks! -Travis

(Stupid auto correct on the title, FUEL, sorry)

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I saw a you tube clip of a guy who changed out Fuel pump,said it can be done but it was a real pain in the ***! There is a three part video on how to pull the cab off but you will need two forklifts . Mine went out last may Im trying to get ford to pay for it! now it needs a fuel pump and all 8 injectors from rust/water in fuel system.
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I saw a you tube clip of a guy who changed out Fuel pump,said it can be done but it was a real pain in the ***! There is a three part video on how to pull the cab off but you will need two forklifts . Mine went out last may Im trying to get ford to pay for it! now it needs a fuel pump and all 8 injectors from rust/water in fuel system.
Two fork lifts..
Best idea I've heard in a long time.

Thank you.
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If you do not have a proper lift then take it to someone who does. I couldn't imagine using two fork lifts to lift my cab.
Your hpfp went out last may and still fighting with ford?
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Mine is a 01/07 really hope I don't have to deal with this problem any time soon. Especially cause I had the cab up last summer twice and didn't think to get this updated
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