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Old 06-30-2011, 01:01 PM
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Pre-Lube oil pump

Several years ago, I bought a prelubing oil pump system for my F-150. I kept it when I sold the truck and now would love to put it on my super duty 6.0. The questions I have are:

1) Is it possible to get the oil pan off the engine without jacking the engine up? I need to weld a 3/8" pipe bung on the side of the oil pan to pull oil for the preluber. Has anyone had to drop the oil pan for some reason?

2) Where is the oil pressure sending unit/ sensor? I need a place to feed the pressured oil back into the engine, probably using a T fitting. Or is there a plug in the side of the block I can pull and put the feed into?

This system came with all the pieces to fit the F-150, but I'll be fitting it to this next truck as I go.
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