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Old 07-14-2010, 08:06 PM
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ANTI DRAIN BACK???? QUESTIONS,17*HPOP ANTI DRAINBACK????

I HAVE a 95 and i have a 17* hpop on there,ive heard that the anti drain back thing needs to be corrected for the 95..err somthin. what are the effects of not havin a anti drain back and how do i correct it???
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iirc the oil drains out of the resesiviour back into the tank, so before it starts back up the lpop has to fill it back up, so you have a long crank time
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i dang sure do have a long crank time.i never did before this hpop.it will start then go dead,and run fine after that.i fully rebuilt the engine,all new sensors and everything.so i know this is what it is.how do i correct it???
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i dang sure do have a long crank time.i never did before this hpop.it will start then go dead,and run fine after that.i fully rebuilt the engine,all new sensors and everything.so i know this is what it is.how do i correct it???
Send your 15 and 17 pumps to Joey at Terminator Engineering. He can swap the 17 guts into the 15 housing so that the anti-drainback feature in the pump is retained. On the later truck the anti-drainback is in the reservoir.
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okay,how do i swap it myself??? what do they put in the adrenaline to make it the adrenaline? can i just swap the resevoir off a 2000 model? surley this can be done without sending anything in
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You can't just swap the reservoir, you have to swap the whole front cover, which requires pulling the motor and removing the oil pan. I don't know what Joey charges to swap the guts, but his charge for modding a 17 is real fair so I'd imagine his charge to swap guts is also. Not very many people have had any luck disassembling an HPOP without destroying it.
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Stealth will mod your 15* pump for free..just send the 15* and the 17* pump to him with prepaid return shipping..
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