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post #1 of 6 Old 09-02-2013, 03:27 PM Thread Starter
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A good weekend, but a bad day.

I bought a 2009 6.4 (100k miles) about 4 weeks ago and took it to the dealer to get all of the fluids & filters changed out. So here we are a month later & it goes into limp mode today & gives me an error code of P0088, which looks to be a high fuel pressure fault.

From everything that I have read online, it looks like I am heading for a HPFP replacement. I know that this can be pricey & will find out exactly how much tomorrow when I go back to the dealer, but the question that I have is, 'is this something that I can do myself?'.

Any info would be greatly appreciated!

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You can if you have the ability to remove the cab.

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So it's gotta be cab off, huh? Then I guess I'm screwed on this one. Dang.

Any idea what the cost on replacing the HPFP on these things are?

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I really don't. Most failures that I've read about were caused by water in fuel and involved replacing everything. I've heard of it being as much as $9k-$11k but that included pump, lines and all injectors. I'm definitely not trying to freak you out but I'd get it looked at before you end up with more damage.

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Yeah, I'm taking it tomorrow, I guess.

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Got mine done in Baton Rouge for $1200 worth of labor and I believe the Ford pump itself was like $850 at dealer cost. I remember the labor well, just not sure on the pump price because I bought a bunch of other stuff that day
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