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Join Date: Oct 2008
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I got a bad o-ring too. Bob overnighted me a new o-ring and it fixed the problem. Was able to get the o-ring and clip back in without taking the pump out, it took some time but was much quicker than removing the pump.
Mine lasted about 5-months before it really started leaking. Might have leaved before that but I had so many other leaks that I didnt notice... I fixed the others and when there still was a leak I stared looking closer and found the HPOP was leaking out of the back cover.
Bob's service was great, he offered to go over the pump if I wanted to pull it and send it back. I needed the truck so I opted to try just replacing the o-ring first. Didn't get any instructions, but it wasn't that bad. A few extra joints in my arm would have helped, that pump is buried in there.
'00 F350 Supercrewzer Lariet, PSD, Auto, 3.73, CC, 4x4, SWB, SRW, 6-pos Chip, 6637 filter, 4-inch turbo back exhaust, Garrett 38r w/ high flow outlet, ITP overboost eliminator, AIH delete, Adrenaline HPOP, BTS Trans, Swamps IDM, In-tank & Pre-Pump mod, Heater Valve mod, X-car Sound Pannel mod, Train Horns / Packages: Trailer Tow, Camper, Off-Road. Overhead monitor DVD/TV/VCR (VCR under rear seat w/ 6 CD changer)
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