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Old 06-29-2009, 09:49 PM
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Exclamation 911!!! OIL LEAK!!!

I was comin home about 1/2 a mile from the house it feels like i loose all my fuel pressure. I pulled over got to look and on the driver side back bottom of the injector pump "there is what looks like a brass plug" and it has a straight stream of oil shooting out of it. Does any one know if it is just a plug or what it is, and has anyone else had this happen? Thanks for all the help in advance guys!!!
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It is a brass plug. You need to head to a ford dealer, get yourself the HPOP O-ring kit. Replace HPOP O-rings.

I think the O-ring kit is like 48 dollars.
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It is a brass plug. You need to head to a ford dealer, get yourself the HPOP O-ring kit. Replace HPOP O-rings.

I think the O-ring kit is like 48 dollars.
Good deal that will be first on the to do list tommorow!! Atleast thats a pretty easy fix. Thanks for the help man!!
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Good deal that will be first on the to do list tommorow!! Atleast thats a pretty easy fix. Thanks for the help man!!
If your going to replace one, replace all of them.
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If your going to replace one, replace all of them.
Yes sir i agree with you there if one is going then the rest prolly aint to far behind. Thanks agin man
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Yes sir i agree with you there if one is going then the rest prolly aint to far behind. Thanks agin man
No problem man, that is what we are here for.
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I was comin home about 1/2 a mile from the house it feels like i loose all my fuel pressure. I pulled over got to look and on the driver side back bottom of the injector pump "there is what looks like a brass plug" and it has a straight stream of oil shooting out of it. Does any one know if it is just a plug or what it is, and has anyone else had this happen? Thanks for all the help in advance guys!!!
There are NO brass plugs on your HPOP. They are all Steel. Hopefully you didn't rip the threads out of the pump body. If so, they can be repaired with a little work.

Good luck!
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