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high pressure fuel pump?

I have a customer that has a 2008 f350.Said water light blinked a couple of times and truck stopped running.Truck has only 13,000 mi.He took it to dealer and they said the high pressure injector pump wen't bad due to water in fuel.And to replace it the cab has to be removed and not covered under warrenty because of water in the fuel.Wouldn't it take out the supply pump first or quit before taking out the high pressure pump.
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Yes, water will quickly destroy the HPFP but leave the supply pump unharmed.

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do you have to take the cab off to change the HPIP?
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do you have to take the cab off to change the HPIP?
Isnt it just a CP3? Cant see why the cab would need to be pulled.
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Fairly sure the cab has to come off.... that sucks

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Does it *have* to come off? Probabaly not, but you get a higher quality job done faster that way.

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yes the cab does have to come off . when i got mine done because of fule in the oil / sputtering they took the cab off
the cost of a new HPFP is about 3'500 for all parts and labor . the dealer get paid 8 hrs to take it of and 8 hrs to put it back on
by ford 4 to 5 day job on my truck.


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thanks for all the help.Another engineering marval and a mechanics and customers nightmare.Customers better have deep pockets when the warranties run out.Great pictures 2008fx4diesel
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yes the cab does have to come off . when i got mine done because of fule in the oil / sputtering they took the cab off
the cost of a new HPFP is about 3'500 for all parts and labor . the dealer get paid 8 hrs to take it of and 8 hrs to put it back on
by ford 4 to 5 day job on my truck.
how much fuel was in your oil? and what do you mean by sputtering, actualy cutting in an out... i'm just curious cause i have noticed fuel in my oil but not a lot i don't think... i need to get a analysis done to find out for sure though.
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