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post #1 of 8 Old 06-25-2007, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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Oil Leak

O K I have a 99 ps. I had the o'ring replace on HPOP Sat. I still have a leak that look like it is coming from under the HPOP. What could this be? Any ideas would be appreicated. Thanks,
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There are other plugs under the pump on the drivers side that are not serviceable, best way to tell is a flashlight and a mirror...

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I just had to change that 1 1/2" plug and o ring on the front of the head
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Do you have to take the HPOP off or how do you replace or check them?
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mine was leaking from the ferry plug, here's a link to more info

HPOP leak, oil ferry plug



also this is a good one:

http://www.powerstrokeforum.com/foru...diagnosis.html

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That write up says that you have to replace the hpop, is this correct? Can you not just replace the ferry plug?
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From the Ford side of it, you need to replace the whole pump.. Thinking about it, I guess you can mark a line to realign and count the turns, replace the o-ring and see what happens but I was told that plug is not serviceable.

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Well we are going to run another check today and try to make sure that is where the oil is coming from, and if it is I will order another hpop and stick it in next week. I sure hope that is what is leaking and I didn't buy this thing for nothing.
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