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Old 12-22-2009, 01:02 PM
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Exclamation $2200 Fuel injector pump replacement???!!!

Long story short...
Driving slowly in a parking lot, and the 6..0 died. There was no hesitation, no warning, it just died. Never would start again. It would crank very well, the oil pressure guage indicated pressure. No hint of a piston wanting to fire. Caled tow truck and hauld to Ford dealer. Today they called and this is what the service department desk person told me.

Fuel injector pump
Injector control module
Injector pressure regulator
Fuel pressure O-rings
Fuel Injector O-rings
Fuel injector pump cover gasket
Injector tube adapter
y pipe / cross over
Technition Diognosis
labor
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$2170.00 plus tax

Is this right or am I getting $ucked AGAIN with THIS repair bill too??????????
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Old 12-22-2009, 01:22 PM
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Well being that there is no such thing as a fuel injector pump, id say they are trying to f you.

I would take it somewhere else. Im not a 6.0 expert, but sounds to me like it might just be the FICM.
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Old 12-22-2009, 01:30 PM
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tell them to suck it...
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Old 12-22-2009, 01:34 PM
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Long story short...


Fuel injector pump

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I would give 2200.00, for every powerstroke injector pump I could find. Reason why, because it would be a rare item and should do nothing but make money since there is no such item!

Like 7up never had'em and never will!
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OK, I called the shop and they said it was the HPOP that's went out. "It's shooting oil every where" - I didn't see any oil on the ground at the parking lot when it was towed... I guess that guy at the front desk is a tard.

If it is the HPOP, are all of the other items required to do this repair?
If so is this price too high. It sure sounds f-ing hight to me...???
Do the HPOP, ICM & IPR all go out at the same time?
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Old 12-22-2009, 01:49 PM
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Well the HPOP will not effect the FICM for sure, so yeah, i think they are trying to f you.
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Old 12-22-2009, 02:05 PM
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have it towed to a reputable shop or dealer........sounds like they are kinda screwy, or don't have a diesel tech on staff
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I seriosly doubt all that went out at the same time. Heck some of that stuff is not even related. There is something wrong with this.
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Old 12-22-2009, 02:42 PM
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Guys I have to be honest here. I'm so tired of having this truck in the shop. I love this truck and now I've got it just how I wanted it. Hell, I just put brand new Nitto Terra Graplers on 500 miles ago. But the problems I've had and MONEY I've sunk ino this truck; just not acceptable. I thinking of going to a 2010 of the same style but with a v-10. I hate to say that but damn, I can keep doing this. Any input on the V-10 Ford Engine...?
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That is absolutely a suspect diagnosis. With very few exceptions, only one thing will generally break at a time in anything. Sure, there can be cascading failures ... but I highly doubt that in this case. Take your truck back and flick them off. Tell them they could also make a profit by offering honest repair services to customers they intend to keep.

I had a Ford dealer diagnose a intermittent no-start and engine dying issue as a glow plug problem! (it turned out to be a bad performance chip that only worked sometime) They concluded that I should replace _every_ component of the glow plug system ... and said it was the reason why my truck might die without a struggle sometimes when first put into Drive ... and why it would sometimes not start at all (not start as in no injection, not struggling to start). I fixed the glow plug issue separately by ... get this ... replacing the Glow Plug Relay. And I fixed the no-start issue by removing the performance chip.

Dealers are getting more and more crooked everyday.
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