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Old 12-05-2011, 09:25 PM
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HPOP 7.3 seals

Anyone done the orings on the high pressure oil pump on a 7.3 diesel?
I just did the valve cover gaskets but still have another small leak and by the looks of it , it's the HPOP , where's the best place to get the seals , did some research online seems pritty straight forward but just though u guys might have some useful imput

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Old 12-05-2011, 09:30 PM
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I didnt do my seals but i changed the whole HPOP pump.
It was easier than changing a waterpump.
I got step by step instructions on the website FTE For Truck Enthusists
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Old 12-05-2011, 09:57 PM
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Yea it looks pritty straight forward
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Old 12-12-2011, 10:21 PM
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thedieselstop.com is a pretty good site for any ford diesel questions. check it out, helped me quite bit when i had mine
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Old 12-13-2011, 06:51 AM
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i've only changed the oil pump.

I had to take it in, as i didn't have the facilites to do it.
Plus, they gave me a warranty on it.
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Old 12-19-2011, 04:27 PM
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did mine last week.... straight forward. the banjo bolt at the rear is a duzzy but can be done....
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did mine last week.... straight forward. the banjo bolt at the rear is a duzzy but can be done....

Did u buy the seals from ford? $45 sounds like a rip off to me for some orings
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its a diesel man, get used to the retarded prices for parts... its about 90$ for the 4 o rings for the oil cooler.... and thats from international not sure what they're worth from ford...
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http://www.dieselorings.com/1994-199...ate-94-03.html

best site to get orings and such. ships fast by USPS
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check out
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if its been done to a powerstroke there talking about it.

rock auto has everything on line
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if its been done to a powerstroke there talking about it.

rock auto has everything on line
a lot of good info on there, and I second rockauto.com,
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I would spend 45 bucks no problem on some orings from ford.

same with the turbo pedestal O-rings. Same with the cam position sensor. they are almost 100 bucks each. I've tried non-ford ones and they don't work properly.
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i have a non ford cam sensor in mine and no prob at 26 bux.
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i have a non ford cam sensor in mine and no prob at 26 bux.
just speaking from personal experiences

where'd you get your non oem one?
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if you can go international parts. best around
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