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Old 06-17-2010, 10:30 PM
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HPOP O-ring Repair WITH Pictures!

Due to a sudden oil leak, I found out I had a blown O-ring in my HPOP (thanks to Clay of "Riffraff Diesel" and "Superior Diesel" of VA for their advice as well as "Visseroth" of FTE for his help in determining what sensor it was that I broke). After I got my O-rings, I got to work!

One for reference in case I have issues getting it back together:
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It's in there somewhere...
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Spider out:
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There's alot of oil in there:
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Here's a picture of the HPOP... that's the back-side of the fuel bowl there. I've got the fittings and plug out now (notice I broke my ICP sensor ):
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The dastardly deed that cause my mess:
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Everything out/off the pump, cleaned up, and new O-rings installed (yes, I used Lok-Tite)... those black rings are the rubber collars for the quick-disconnects on the oil supply lines:
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While I had it apart, I decided to clean/degrease my IC boots, tubes, and spider... I must've had a leak because I got a nice jump in power when I got it all back together, not to mention the enhanced look!
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It fixed the problem and now I'm leak free (except for that stubborn oil plug on the pan)! I would recommend doing an HPx while you've got it appart... it makes it much easier! You don't have to take the spider out, but I took mine out to do the HPx as well as also try to clean it up a bit. You can see my HPx here. PM me with any questions and I'll do my best to answer them!
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I'm getting ready to do the same thing. I've got a leak somewhere in there (got a bit more tracking to do having two HPOP's instead of one). But I have a feeling it's one of those fittings that's the root of my evil. The sucky part is that it only leaks above 2500 psi. Anything below that, and it won't leak a drop of oil. Makes it tough to pinpoint the leak precisely.
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Thanks, Jon. You KNEW I was gonna' ask!

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HAHA!!! AND, those pictures of the "clean" fittings were before Brakleen I think... could be wrong, but they were cleaner than that before I put them in.
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I to just bought my 2000 F350 108000 miles ice had a small oil leak before, but I just drove 300 miles and when I got to my destination ive got massive amounts if oil pouring odd the top of the motor, why are the chances it's these? I've got a good 2 quarts in the valley as well.
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I to just bought my 2000 F350 108000 miles ice had a small oil leak before, but I just drove 300 miles and when I got to my destination ive got massive amounts if oil pouring odd the top of the motor, why are the chances it's these? I've got a good 2 quarts in the valley as well.
It'd be best to start your own thread, but it could be anywhere. Best bet is to clean it up, top off the oil, and start it while looking. Mine ended up being the "non-serviceable" HPOP plug, which I fixed for about $60. Now you can get that kit for about $30 instead.

But it could be the HPOP, a line, the turbo or pedestal O-rings, EBPV actuator, etc... There are several places to look.
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Great job Jon, If you want you can come to California and do mine. Just joking great pictures I wish I could even firgure that out. Just not handy with the computor things my age I guess.
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Regarding the leak abover 2500psi - I, had a leak where an O RING was nicked.

The O RING is in back of the Alternator and down on the motor block. There is a Plug which screws out and behind or underneath the plug is the O RING.

I, look there. Hope this helps
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