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Old 10-23-2007, 07:35 PM
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HPOP REPLACEMENT HELP PLEASE

Ok guys.... I should have my 17* HPOP in a week or so. I am wondering if anyone could give me a little instruction on replacing it. ANY help would be greatly appriciated....

Thanks guys....
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not a hard job but kinda tedious.

you have to remove the hpop resevoir and fuel bowl. You can do them seperately (fuel bowl first) or you might be able to remove them as one piece (not sure I removed mine seperately). on the front cover there is a little plate with 2 bolts (your ebpv sensor might be in the way of one of the bolts, if it is remove the ebpv sensor) remove that cover to get access to the bolt that holds the gear on the hpop. after removing the bolt you should be able to use your hand to remove the gear with a little wiggling. To remove the hpop lines you will need a special tool. after the lines are off there are 2 10MM bolts that hold the hpop to the front cover. remove those bolts and remove hpop. Then reverse the process when replacing.

VERY IMPORTANT!!! when replacing the 2 10mm bolts use loctite and be very very careful not to overtorque them!!! they will pull the threads out very easily. I can't remember but I think they only require 12 ft/lbs of torque....

for the hpop lines they simply just snap back into the ports.

Also when replacing the gear for the hpop make sure that it is alligned properly. if it is off angle you will lose oil pressure.

any other questions lemme know or pm me
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Sounds lie its going to be fun!
If you want you you can come up and have a few beers.... LOL...
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Old 10-24-2007, 09:40 AM
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It's really not to bad... Heck denver is only 16 hours. might make it by breakfast time saturday.....
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Nice ... see you then I will have breakfast ready for you....
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Old 10-24-2007, 01:20 PM
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hahaha Sorry bud but I'm gonna have to decline. Prior engagement this saturday......
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special tool

what is this special line tool? what does it look like? where can a backyard mechanic buy one? changing my HPOP in the next couple weeks.
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Old 03-05-2009, 02:07 PM
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if you have a die grinder you can use the 9/16" wrench. Either like the one pictured or on of the 2 sided wrenches...

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quick response! thank you very much. i always start a job with everything i need first. i hate going to the autopart store covered in oil and diesel(yet happens everytime.)
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