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Old 04-02-2010, 06:31 PM
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Cracked HPOP res

Ok, so I noticed a few oil drips yesterday... got to looking and saw a TINY hairline crack on TOP of the hpop resivore, oil starts to seep out of there and ends up dripping... So today I did what every good redneck mech would do and JB Welded it...lol, I have a 3hr road trip in the morning, so we will see how that holds (I always carry 1gal of spare oil)


When I get back to town next week, I will need to locate just the top part of the res. Does anyone know if I can remove the few torx screws and remove just that cover and replace it?? Called both ford and INT, they were clueless over the phone.

Any pointers on where I can get this??

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Old 04-02-2010, 06:37 PM
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I would assume if you can get ahold of just the top piece you should have no issue replacing it.
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Old 04-02-2010, 06:43 PM
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Yah, I know that... its just getting ahold of it lol
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So just the lid is cracked? Wow, not the reservoir or the front cover?
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Old 04-02-2010, 11:23 PM
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if ford is too stupid to look up the part then take it in.


im betting your just have to get a whole reservoir. they generally dont sell parts individually like that. and i will guess a 3 dig figure in price.



but better yet, go to a JY and pull one .




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if ford is too stupid to look up the part then take it in.


im betting your just have to get a whole reservoir. they generally dont sell parts individually like that. and i will guess a 3 dig figure in price.



but better yet, go to a JY and pull one .




layson...this part.



Yup, I was thinking about a junkyard... and the crack is near the bolt closest to the drivers side, right where it rolls up.

I am curious, why now? I did my hpop over a month ago, if I over tightened that bolt, wouldnt it have cracked then?
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Old 04-03-2010, 07:56 PM
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if ford is too stupid to look up the part then take it in.


im betting your just have to get a whole reservoir. they generally dont sell parts individually like that. and i will guess a 3 dig figure in price.



but better yet, go to a JY and pull one .




layson...this part.




thanks, I know what the HPOP cover looks like It is just strange that it cracked.
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Old 04-04-2010, 03:42 PM
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The JY across from Santos Elementary on 441 has 1 or 2 OBS trucks that Ive stole stuff off of. I think theyre the same covers but not sure.
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obs res DO NOT have the front two bolts that hold the filter on like a SD 7.3 does.
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Old 04-09-2010, 06:17 AM
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well, I cant find one... bout to ride up to the stealership, want to wager what this costs me...? lol
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