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Another HPOP question

Had the o ring on the edge port leaking. Pulled fuel bowl and HPOP. Replced all o rings and re installed everything. Added oil and put in new fuel filter. Attempted to start and truck just turns over. Fuel bowl is full. Any secret I need to know. Do I need to bleed anything oil related? Just looking for some ideas. Don't want to carry it to Ford if I can help it. Truck was running GREAT even while the o ring was spraying oil everwhere. Thanks!!
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It takes a while to return oil pressure to the system when you open it. Did you fill the reservoir?
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Did fill the reservoir. Pulled fill plug and looks like it's about 1/2 inch from top. Didn't want to burn up a starter so we would only wind it in 10 second intervals a couple of times and then let her cool. Don't think we goofed anything up, but you never know. Thanks for the reply!
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did you remove the ferry plug that has the rod extending from the end of it .. if so that rod holds a check ball in place it is not uncommen for that ball to fall out and get lost and without it it will not build ICP the ball for the dt466 is 1833830C1 Navistar doesnt sell one specificly for the 444e but I would guess its the same ball

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Not up on what a ferry plug is. Removed the 13mm hex plug that has a stem on it that goes up inside of pump and holds a funky shaped plunger with a split in each end. Was careful when I pulled it. Didn't see any check ball.

This plug is located right below the 2 high pressure ports that supply oil to the heads. You can barely see the hex head when you look down from the top of the fuel filter cannister. Thanks for any clues! Bob
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what is an good HPOP system to buy ..i have an 97 f350
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If You Removed The Plug On The Back Of The Pump, As It Is Mounted In Place. Looking Under The Hood. You, Will Need To Replace The Pump. Unfortunately, A Check Ball Falls Inside The Pump. It Can't Be Repaired It Needs Completely Rebuilt Professionally.. Good Luck...
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This was not the big plug held in by a snap ring. You can see the hex right under the 2 high pressure ports/lines. It takes a 13mm to remove. It is a plug with a stud made on it to hold the edge filter in place. Never saw a ball and I removed it on a white cloth on the work bench. Thanks for the replies!
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what is an good HPOP system to buy ..i have an 97 f350

You mean an aftermarket HPOP system?

I would recommend the Terminator setup. www.terminatorengineering.com
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that stuff is exspensize...do mosy people go with just sending the stock and getting them to rebuild it ?
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