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post #1 of 16 Old 01-07-2013, 12:10 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy fuel cooler pump problems

Hey guys my trucks throwing trouble code:

P008C FUEL COOLER PUMP CONTROL CIRCUIT OPEN

ford techs help? Anyone know what this means?

Truck dosent run different at all.
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Sounds like your fuel cooler pump is bad.
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Awww!

Um can i still drive it?!?! (only truck i got)

Is it hard to change?!

How do i change it?!?

How much is it gonna cost?!?
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guys come on i really need help.
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I read up a while ago how a few people deleted it. Not sure that's a good idea. In that thread it said the pump was always off unless fuel temps got to a certain temp. Not sure what temp it was but I would imagine in the winter months its not a big deal but I would fix it sooner then later. I also read that if the fuel does get to hot you would see a significant loss in power. I'm no expert on this just relaying info I read hope this helps

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Thanks!!! Ugh!!! 200 bucks for a new one!!!

Well i will have to work on some other time because i here it was a PITA to get to!! Thanks again
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Email this guy..seems to have OE parts for 35% off.

dgarlock@autofair.com
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Thanks! Ha um quick question!

Does anyone know specifically know the location of the fuel cooler pump?

And what tools and what has to come off to get to it?
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scroll down to the 6.4 book...It should answer your questions

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Re: fuel cooler pump problems

How often do you change the coolant in yer fuel cooler?
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