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Old 02-20-2009, 05:58 AM
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High Pressure Oil Pump R&R $1200?

My son is looking at a 2002 PSD 7.3 and the seller said that there was a drip coming from the high pressure oil pump...and it could last a month or a day or forever before it needs replacing.

Anybody know whether this is a DIY job for an amateur? Is this a $1200 job or was that just stealer talk?
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Old 02-20-2009, 06:10 AM
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Well there is a new HPOP that is better than stock and I believe cheaper. If you are not afraid to dive in with some wrenches. you can probably do it for around $600.00. But there is a waiting time to get this pump.

Diesel Site Adrenalin HPOP.
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Anybody have a photo or two of where this pump is on a 7.3L?

Also, szyd, where would I want to go to find one of these newer pumps?

What happens when the pump dies, is it all of the sudden or progressive?
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If you can't post a photo, please send it to rs pickering at the gulftel.com site

There will be no space between the rs and the rest of the name...
Rick
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There is a thread on the process i will look for it for you.
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Ford's full list on an HPOP is 850 plus a 150 core charge. If you can get it for cost it's 607. It's not really a hard job.
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I a thread for you Modded 17* HPOP install has begun.
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That thread is for an OBS but you should be able to get the idea on what is done.
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The HPOP is located in the front of the engine valley directly beneath the fuel bowl. A DIYer can do the r&r, but it does require some specialty tools, if you are interested send me a pm and I can give you detailed instructions including what tools you will need. Here are some pics of the hpop.
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The oil leak is likely two small o-rings that seal the two outlet pipes to the HPOP. Get some from a hose shop for under a dollar.
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