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post #1 of 3 Old 02-16-2008, 06:16 AM Thread Starter
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Well I put a high pressure oil hose on my truck the other day.. I did it after work in the lot and I put it in crooked...thats what I get for working in the dark So I got it back in straight, and put about 30 miles on her and then all of a sudden..BANG, blew the line off and took the threads with it. So anyways I was wondering how the HPOP process goes... do they have to be timed or does anything else need to be bought along with the new pump. Also if I should be expecting this job to be in a pain in the neck. Any help would be awesome!

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The line blew off the pump or head? I assume pump. There isn't any timing on the pump gear.

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there is no timing on it......two bolts hold it on from the back........and then there is a bolt that you access through the front of the motor through the inspection hole for the gear bolt...

Make REALLY sure you get the gear on the new pump strait. The most common mistake is the gear will go on sligtly crooked and then not make contact with the cam gear........it doesnt hurt anything but you have to take the inspection cover off again to fix it
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