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99 Oil Leak

Found my truck was leaking oil and it seemed like the rear main seal ,but once I looked at it I could see it was comming from the top of the motor. I checked the orange hoses but they were tight, so I cleaned the intake off and could see
it was leaking from the high pressure oil pump. I took the truck to the Ford
dealer and the said it would be $1,200 to rebuild the pump and replace the hoses and that my extended warrenty did not cover the pump. I called
the dealer were I bought the truck and they said the the warrenty did cover
the pump so I picked up the truck and I am dropping it of a another Ford
dealer that also says the pump covered under warrenty.
So if they don't cover it how much does a pump cost and how hard is it
to replace myself???
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check this out, may help you.
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odds are the pump isnt leaking, the o rings for the lines probably are. Most shops charge about three hours labor, plus parts (probably about 30 bucks) to replace this. It shouldnt be more than about 350 bucks total.....could be as low as 220 depending on the labor rate in your area. It is kinda a bugger to do yourself because there is a special tool to release the quick disconnects on the lines.....
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