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Old 03-24-2014, 07:53 PM
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Reman HPFPs

My HPFP was failing so I had to replace it (I took advantage of situation and added some goodies but that is another thread). Since there are no new HPFPs (K16) available, the only choice I had was to buy a reman. On another forum, there have been several people saying they had problems with their "new" reman HPFP. I now fall into that category...my truck wouldn't even stay running with replacement K16. I had a gauge installed after the LP pump so I could always monitor that pressure....I highly recommend doing this if you are looking to upgrade your LP system. Anyways, the gauge, along with with several checks and rechecks confirmed that the brand new HPFP wasn't working. Ford agreed with this and sent another one...I won't even get into the labor side of things with the new HPFP that didn't work other than the shop doing my work had to be pissed that they removed the cab, did the install, lowered the cab and then ended up having to do it all over again. Another problem I have heard about is the reman K16 leaking in cold weather.

As we all know, problems get posted on forums much more often than good things so I am asking anyone who had to replace their K16 with a reman to please post how the reman is working and what mileage, etc. has it been on there. Again, I am looking for positive stories as much as negatives....The intention of this thread was to get an idea of common reman HPFP problems are.

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Old 03-25-2014, 06:00 AM
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Good thread Brett. I am in for this one as well.
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I didn't know you could reman the K16? Guess I got some bad intel. I'm interested in this one as well.
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What is navistar doing for new pumps because dont they still produce this engine as the maxxforce 7 ?
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What is navistar doing for new pumps because dont they still produce this engine as the maxxforce 7 ?
I was under the impression that Seimens still makes them, but their contract doesn't allow them to sell them to anyone but Ford/Navistar. I don't know if the specs on the HPFP are the same for Maxxforce. I would assume it would be I am definitely not positive on that. Hopefully, some others can chime in.
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anyone have an international part number?

i just called my local intnl dealer and they wanted 2000 plus core so im thinking this the wrong one.
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Old 03-25-2014, 01:39 PM
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I believe the part number is 8C3Z-9A543-B. Someone please correct me if I am wrong.
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Old 03-25-2014, 02:54 PM
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For that price I would hope its new new.
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Put about 1500 miles on mine through this brutal winter and havent had an issue. (knock on wood). Holds good RP on my HD300 tune, no noticeable leaks in cold or super cold.
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not sure how valid the price is or even the part number he gave me. parts guy was nice but he thought the maxxforce7 was a 6.0 and the 6.4 was a ford engine and suggested i try fomoco. there are 2 intntl dealers here in houston. i might walk in one day and see if i can dig up something. if yall have any suggestions or keywords i should be using lmk.
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