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Old 06-19-2010, 02:49 AM
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im going to tear into it and delete the egr cooler and replace the oil cooler. after tons of reading im also thinking that replacing the stc fitting is a wise move.

edit: found an ipr socket from here http://www.ntxtools.com/network-tool.../OTC-6765.html

after some reading on my service cd i see there is a disconnect tool that is talked about. is that necessary in order to swap out the fitting?
are there any good places to pick up the new fitting or should i just head to the dealer, i just want to make sure i get the new part (f) that m-chan said was out.

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I found the fitting kit on EBay for like 43.00 with 5.00 shipping.
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Old 06-19-2010, 06:10 AM
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to ebay i go then
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yikes FORD 6.0 DIESEL 6.0L HIGH PRESSURE OIL PUMP STC FITTING: eBay Motors (item 110548485850 end time Jun-27-10 17:32:30 PDT)

for that price it should include a gasket kit with it
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That kit includes the branch tubes and the dummy plugs, so it is a complete kit. Kinda pricey, but since you are having a possible problem with the check valve, maybe this is the direction you should go.
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im not having any issues right now, im just thinking since im into it that far its not much more to go ahead and replace this know problem part. i understand what the problem with the fitting is but what does the rest of that kit do? if its all needed then i may just go ahead and pick it up as long as no major differences exist between this one and the new "f" part number.
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This is better...

FORD 6.0 DIESEL HIGH PRESSURE PUMP FLEX KIT 2004 - 2007: eBay Motors (item 190404426335 end time Jul-11-10 18:17:36 PDT)
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that is a heck of a lot better

my question is what, if any, major changes are there between the 4C3Z-9B246-D part and the new 4C3Z-9B246-F part. although i think for that price i wont really care. lol on top of that, that seller is great. done business with him a few times now.
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Oh, sorry about that. Got confused between you and somebody else. If you aren't having problems with the HPOP system, just go with the STC fitting above. You only need to mess with the branch tubes and dummy plugs if you are having a problem. No sense in possibly creating a worse problem replacing something that needed to be replaced.
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that is a heck of a lot better

my question is what, if any, major changes are there between the 4C3Z-9B246-D part and the new 4C3Z-9B246-F part. although i think for that price i wont really care. lol on top of that, that seller is great. done business with him a few times now.
Nothing different with the STC fitting itself.
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