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Old 11-05-2013, 10:43 AM
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P0087 & No engine start

Ok so i just bought a used 2011 6.7 lariat CCSB

I was coming home from the store passed maxed speed 80 then slowed back to 60 right before i pulled in drive way my message center said "reduced engine power" and CIL came on.

Pluged up my scan tool 3 codes P0087 cleared codes but one would not go away it said permanent in bottom right corner and still no engine start!!!

I tried to start again this am nothing and CIL still on my scan tool wont delete the last code which is a P0087.

I am going to start with both filters tonight any other ideas.

Thanks the new guy
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Old 11-05-2013, 12:18 PM
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I've really only heard of this on the 6.4s, happened on mine. P0087 is a "Low Fuel Rail Pressure" code, basically if you had a gauge and watched the fuel rail Psi, it would be reading in the single digits, if at all. I'd start by replacing your fuel filters, and if thats done, you may need to replace the high pressure fuel pump, thats what I had to do, my fuel filters were plugged and that in turn killed my pump.
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Old 11-05-2013, 12:29 PM
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Does anyone know the wonder cost of the High Pressure fuel Pump? I have been reading that this could be the problem kinda scared of the cost.

Thanks for the info big green. FYI this is my first ford in a long time and its not looking good for a repeat customer.
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Old 11-05-2013, 04:09 PM
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Well don't $h!t on Ford that quickly, I found out that my pump failed due to driver error, I forgot to change my fuel filters for 30K miles. at most it should only be 15K, I try to do 10K since that time, it happened after I stopped going to the dealer for oil changes, mainly because of the $160 per oil change, but I just took a more active role in maintenance since the repair. I think the total repair bill was $650-$700 somewhere in there, I had an extended warranty, but it didn't cover the fuel system, and probably wouldn't have been covered anyways.
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Old 11-08-2013, 01:25 PM
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Ok so it turns out that the HPFP is shot cab off fix $9280.00 fix all i have to say is the dealership is stepping up paying the entire bill!!!! I bought the truck used with 100k miles and they are footing the entire bill even thought i signed an as is doc.
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Old 11-08-2013, 07:25 PM
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Are they replacing the whole engine?

The HPFP doesnt need the cab off, and doesn't cost that much.
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