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post #1 of 22 Old 09-04-2007, 05:48 PM Thread Starter
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Angry HPOP 2002 F250 oil leak second failure!

2002 F250: Shop just replaced HPOP last year due to huge oil leak-pump working fine. Ford rebuilt. Friday started leaking quarts again, I am told by shop this newly rebuilt, 1.1 year old pump has also failed (out of ford warrenty-again, leaking but pumping fine!). Something about a snap ring. Is this common? Is there a repair for this, short of a new (rebuilt) ford $800 pump (plus labor)?

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Forgive my ignorance, I am new, how come I cannot post to tech help, but I can post here?
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post #3 of 22 Old 09-05-2007, 02:45 PM
Thats Mr. Oil Leak.....

 
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some forums you have to be a "tech" to post in.

as for you hpop failure it might just be a simple o-ring. I don't know if you can but I would try a second dealer and see what they say. 2 pumps in one year to me doesnt see very likely!

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Yeh I second John's post... second dealer and maybe it's just an oring.

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Actually and if it's a bad hpop again I'd buy another one from a junkyard and install it yourself - it's really NOT that hard to remove and reinstall!

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post #6 of 22 Old 09-05-2007, 03:29 PM
Let's go B's!!!!

 
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Get up in there with a mirror and a flashlight, find exactly where its coming from, and post it here.
I'll look for my diagram in the meantime.
If it is not one of the three o-rings in the Ford TSB, then it could be the quick disconnect lines or fittings.
I third MrJohnWaynes post, if we can't help you, get a second opinion, your HPOP probably does NOT need to be replaced again!

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Then drive by paintball the dealership that screwed you. I would
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Actually and if it's a bad hpop again I'd buy another one from a junkyard and install it yourself - it's really NOT that hard to remove and reinstall!
Martin,
If you find a 7.3 at junk yard, please let me know where it is!
I was looking for one for my 97, couldn't find one anywhere within 100 miles of me. No junk yard had anything for a 7.3, They all laughed at me.

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NO, seriously, thats a great idea!

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There are 2 superduties at a junkyard near me - but they want an arm and a leg for USED parts (basically the same price as if they were new).

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