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P-0088 help

guys just looking for some help
i got the P-0088 hpfp code that makes the truck go into limp mode, i have searched and searched and just want a few more opinions before ford gets the truck and i have to open my wallet
I only get the code when im pulling my 5er, cant seem to get it empty even if i rag on the truck hard, and it only sets the code if i have to slow down and then speed back up or have to kick the truck down a gear for a big hill,
also it happens more on bummpy gravel roads then it does on the highway.
from the guys that have set this code was it the HPFP pump or the rail sensor? Price for the fix so i know what to expect and dont get screwed?
and is there a better pump to change it out with or am i stuck with the same pump and in another 75k possibly changing it again
thanks and sorry for the multiple Q's
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Check the sensor first, it is much cheaper. Good Luck.

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guys just looking for some help
i got the P-0088 hpfp code that makes the truck go into limp mode, i have searched and searched and just want a few more opinions before ford gets the truck and i have to open my wallet
I only get the code when im pulling my 5er, cant seem to get it empty even if i rag on the truck hard, and it only sets the code if i have to slow down and then speed back up or have to kick the truck down a gear for a big hill,
also it happens more on bummpy gravel roads then it does on the highway.
from the guys that have set this code was it the HPFP pump or the rail sensor? Price for the fix so i know what to expect and dont get screwed?
and is there a better pump to change it out with or am i stuck with the same pump and in another 75k possibly changing it again
thanks and sorry for the multiple Q's
matt
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Ford has a TSB flash to address this issue. Prior to lasted TSB flash Ford would replace the HPFP with a rev B updated HPFP.

First step would be to make sure the latest TSB is installed.

My HPFP was replaced at 131K with a rev "B" pump. Now at 176K and no problems

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