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Old 01-04-2011, 08:41 PM
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HPOP Replacement Pics

Hey guys, was up at my buddies shop helpin him tear down my motor to get to the HPOP. Thought I'd take some pics. Turns out the ICP sensor is leaking, and theres a gasket that's pretty much discentigrated, and the HPOP itself would bind up before making a full rotation until he turned it back and forth in his hand about 5 or 6 times after pulling it from the motor Anyway, here's some pics of the oily joy!





The EGR cooler looks pretty good...






Our "Truck Maintenance Lowering Mod" LOL






Here's the gasket that was pretty much disintegrated.


There's the little rascal!
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I like the lowering mod!

Did you do an egr delete while you were in there?
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Old 01-05-2011, 02:27 PM
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Nope...wanted to but this repair caught me off guard and I didn't have the money put aside for all this AND an EGR delete. Already gettin close to 1400 in repairs...don't wanna break myself!
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Old 01-05-2011, 02:50 PM
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i have never thought to let the air out of the tires...i am so doing that next time lol . a few extra inches lower would make all the difference when i am working on mine
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You could always make your own delete kit. I was told to put a 04 hpop back in cause they have a less failure rate.
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Old 01-05-2011, 08:55 PM
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Just got home from picking up the truck. About $1690 out the door...can't complain. New HPOP, cleaned top end of the motor, new ICP sensor, new EGR hose. Also found out I have an exhaust leak on the up pipe...from the looks of it, its been there quite some time..like years LOL Gonna fix that later this year most likely!

But letting the air out does help....alot lol
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So, hows she run?
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nice lowering mod!

i usually take the front wheels and tires off and lower it down as low as i can with jack stands to hold it, 4 of them usually and the rears ar chokd real good!
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Very nice detailed pics f250ghost. The fact that you have a bone dry EGR cooler, original one at that (orange hose and all) at such high mileage is only yet another testament to the failure rate of EGR coolers on 2003 models, namely ZERO. Come to think of it, I seem to see far fewer 2003 models coming in with EGR induced driveability symptoms.

With that in mind, it amazes me how many 2003 owners still choose to delete their EGR systems.

That rear crossover on the intake sure makes removal harder on 2003 models doesn't it?
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