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Old 12-15-2013, 03:37 PM
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finally let me down

i have a 1996 f350 4x4 dually. I'm in colorado working and it got down to -9 degrees here for a few days. my truck got to where it had to sit and warm up for a around 30 minutes before it would run right. (no rough idle like bad injecters just getting a little old i guess once it hit 180 degrees on temp or ran around 2000 rpm for a minute its gone down the road) any way i decided to drive the ol' ladies gas burner for a few days till it warmed up. so it warms up and i try to start truck with no luck (still 20-30 degrees outside) i waited till it finally hit 50 degrees and had to hit it with a shot to get it to fire. i let it sit and idle while i was doing some honey does then jump in it to run to the store. 4 blocks from the house it quit. it spun over like it had no fuel in the system so i pulled it back to the house. i pulled the filter out and spun it over the bolw is filling up so i put the filter back in and had someone turn it over while i pressed in the bleeder valve got fuel spaying out of there. today i pulled the drivers valve cover and turned it over. NO OIL COMING OUT OF INJECTORS. i believe its the HPOP. Am i missing something? Whedre the best deal on a new pump?
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Before you replace the HPOP pull the IPR and see if the o-rings have failed.
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Old 01-04-2014, 08:12 PM
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There is oil in the valley
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Old 01-04-2014, 08:13 PM
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IPR? Located where? Is there a way to test it.
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No real way to test it. If you have a scan tool you can check duty cycle versus injection pressure. It's located on the HPOP on the lower right hand side (looking from the front of the truck). Has a gold 19mm nut on it and a 2 wire connector. Also look to see if the insulation on the wires leading to it is gummy/peeled back.
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Injection pressure regulator
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