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Old 12-09-2011, 04:54 PM
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HPOP failure?

so today i was coming to a stop and my truck started running very rough and smoking ALOT. i recently swaped in a 17* hpop out of 2000 powerstroke, never had my chip retuned, could this be a problem, also i puchased the 17* pump used and maybe it was already about to go. or maybe it has nothing to do with a hpop thats just my guess, any info would be apreciated. thank you.
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Old 12-09-2011, 05:43 PM
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You don't need a reburn for a 17* hpop. You could have a issue with the HPOP, I would first check the IPR on the HPOP to see if it's plugged in and the nut it tight. Otherwise, you need a scanner to check the HPOP pressure.
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Old 12-10-2011, 12:44 PM
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actually it has nothing to do with the hpop, checked the oil and it has water in it. could a failed oil cooler cause this or did i crack a head or the block?
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Injector cup possibly? Cause the HPO would force into the low pressure coolant reservior.
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Bad injector cups usually will cause fuel in the coolant. You might want to redo the oil cooler o-rings. Cheers!
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i think i might just pull the motor and rebuild, i just got done with school on friday so i got lots of time to work on it
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Old 12-11-2011, 05:45 AM
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when i checked my oil i noticed it was very high and i barely lost any coolant is it possible im getting fuel in my oil? and the oil was very thin, almost like fuel
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