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Old 02-20-2012, 06:43 PM
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i have an 02 for f-350 7.3 powerstroke. my high pressure oil pump is leaking and i want some suggestions on the best thing to do to fix this problem?
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Where is it leaking? If its on one of the fittings on the lines, it can be repaired by reolacing the fitting. If the pump itself is leaking from underneath, then you can buy a kit that fixes this plug.


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Old 02-20-2012, 06:50 PM
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i cant tell exactly where its leaking from. it just has alotta oil on the top of the motor. how easy is it to replace them?
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im kinda new at the diesel scene myself but ill try and help you.. unless your having an issue with the HPOP being worn out i don't think you would want to replace it for a leak, they are pretty costly... if its leaking from the bottom here is the solution, HPOP serviceable plug kit , I haven't had an issue with mine yet so i have not personally done this but this seems to be the common solution... If it's coming from the fittings thats just a matter of replacing o rings and/or fittings.. everything is available from riffraff pretty cheaply HPOP parts and gaskets... I also had an oil leak and my HPOP was the first thing i looked toward because i saw oil in the valley and all over the hpop area ( how it got there i will never know the turbo isn't even close to it) so i did a little research. My leak ended up being from where the turbo pedestal seals to the block. Im in the process of repairing this now.
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okay thank you! im new to diesels also i just bought my first diesel about a month ago. but the truck only has 168,000 miles so i dont think its worn out. i will give the gasket kits a try first cuz its alot cheaper then replacing the entire pump. but i had heard it could be coming from that part of my turbo also.
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Old 02-21-2012, 06:48 AM
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I would definatly take a look at the bottom of the turbo where it meets the pedestal and where the pedestal meets the block. I know on my truck oil got every where, i mean everywhere. From the back of the motor to the front in the valley and then some. if it turns out to be the pedestal leaking while your in there you may want to consider an ebpv delete since they are prone to leak also.. it's also one less restriction in your exhaust and will lower your EGTs a little bit.
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Old 02-21-2012, 07:49 AM
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okay thank you ill have to take another look at it to see where its comin from.
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i have an 02 for f-350 7.3 powerstroke. my high pressure oil pump is leaking and i want some suggestions on the best thing to do to fix this problem?
my 2001 f-350 was leaking at hpop. three o-Rings ( $35 at ford) in the two lines at the pump and a plug behind. fixed the leak.
and all day removeing the quick release lines. !!!!!!!!
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my 2001 f-350 was leaking at hpop. three o-Rings ( $35 at ford) in the two lines at the pump and a plug behind. fixed the leak.
and all day removeing the quick release lines. !!!!!!!!
Need one of the tools that snap on sells that releases the quick connects. Takes about 5 seconds.....

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Old 02-22-2012, 06:37 AM
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yeah ill definately get some of those to make it alot easier!!!
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