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Old 12-05-2011, 03:33 PM
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2000 F-350 died on me!!!

Well I was driving home last night and my truck shut down on me. I slowly coasted off the road and opened the hood and oil is everywhere!!! At first I thought it was fuel but under further investigation its oil. When I pulled over I first tried to crank it and it seemed to crank fine but wouldnt start. I got it towed home and now its raining out so im waiting till tomorrow to really look it over but I was wondering where do you guys think all this oil came from and why it quit running??? it didnt make any out of the ordinary noises or vibrations when it died, it just kinda chugged down to a hault....... any imput is appericated. Im hoping I don't have any real damage done to the engine.

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Old 12-06-2011, 06:00 AM
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Pretty hard to damage this engine because it requires oil pressure to run the injectors, it shuts-down immediately at the loss of it.

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Well found that my HPOP is leaking..... how hard is it to remove? any tutorials on it?
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Old 12-17-2011, 03:20 PM
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Good Info right here at the "Org"

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Thanks Ralph!
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What would be my best bet to get a repair kit and try and replace the plug or get a new pump? Also if I did go the pump route does the adrenaline pump come with the fittings installed already or do you need new ones or re use the old ones?
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How do you know it's the pump and not just the Orings on the supply lines and "non serviceable plug" on the back of the pump?
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I was under the impression that the "non servicable plug" was just that..... non servicable along with the oil line fittings. I don't believe the pump is trash its just pouring oil from what I believe is the "non servicable plug". the area around the two oil lines looks dry.
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It's fixable.
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Non serviceable is cause you gotta pull the pump if i'm reading it right.
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Ford considers it "non-servicable" but the plug can be replaced and while you're at it you might as well replace the HPOP fitting o-rings, IPR o-rings, HPOP gasket(obviously), fuel filter housing o-rings, and the sleeves on the fuel lines.
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