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Old 03-27-2013, 12:37 PM
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1992 7.3 injection pump ?

Do you have to have any special tools to replace the injection pump? I've found some say yes and some say no. Have a guy with 4 trucks and he has new pumps for them. Wanted me to install them but I don't know if I need anything special to do it.
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Anyone have any ideas on this one?
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the only problems I ran into with those pumps was getting the external nuts loose because of the limited access. also you will need a 12 point 5/16 socket and short extension to remove and reinstall the three drive bolts under the 2 bolt front cover. its not that big of a job. good luck
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the only problems I ran into with those pumps was getting the external nuts loose because of the limited access. also you will need a 12 point 5/16 socket and short extension to remove and reinstall the three drive bolts under the 2 bolt front cover. its not that big of a job. good luck
So no special tools needed to time pump? Awesome! Really appreciate the reply and info.
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to time the pump line up the dowel on the drive gear,then install the 3 bolts. then just line up the scribe lines. there is 1 on the pump and 1on the housing as you are looking at it from the top. pretty pain free job. hope this all helps. good luck
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to time the pump line up the dowel on the drive gear,then install the 3 bolts. then just line up the scribe lines. there is 1 on the pump and 1on the housing as you are looking at it from the top. pretty pain free job. hope this all helps. good luck
Thanks a lot for the info.
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