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Old 01-11-2018, 01:57 PM
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This popped up in my FB. Seems like it may be a good idea. Any thoughts?
https://www.accuratediesel.com/6-7l-...ntion-kit.html
 
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Seems like something to consider after warrantee has expired.
 
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I'm going to move this to the 6.7L forum since it's engine-specific, and you will probably get some better input down there. Their explanation sort of makes sense, but I'd be curious to see some real-world examples of this successfully preventing injector and line replacement.

$360 plus 4 hours labor would be cheap if it saves the injectors, but I don't think is is a common enough failure to justify.
 
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Seems like a good idea for 11-14 trucks, in 2015 and higher the failed fuel pump roller was fixed although the pump designation was not, still the CP4.2 with a larger bore and improved roller on the lifter. Using a good lubricity additive to your fuel will greatly decrease fuel pump, injector failure rates.
 
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Seems like a good idea for 11-14 trucks, in 2015 and higher the failed fuel pump roller was fixed although the pump designation was not, still the CP4.2 with a larger bore and improved roller on the lifter. Using a good lubricity additive to your fuel will greatly decrease fuel pump, injector failure rates.

The 2015 CP4 pump change was a higher lift cam to increase volume. No other changes were made.
 
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This popped up in my FB. Seems like it may be a good idea. Any thoughts?
https://www.accuratediesel.com/6-7l-...ntion-kit.html


My thoughts is this a guarantee to void your warranty if you were to have a HPFP failure.
 
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Like you had any to begin with. They'll blame it on water in fuel and you'll pay either way, or make a claim on your insurance
 
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My diesel shop tried to get me to spring for one of these. A net search didnt reveal it happening much. I talked to the service guy at the dealer. The only issues he has seen are from bad fuel or people putting gas in the truck or DEF in the wrong hole
 
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