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alright, previous thread was about fuel filter i guess, i changed it lastnight, going to town (200km) get about 60 and bam she blew, trans was slipping, id give it gas, turbo spool up and rev to 2500 but i lost speed? did that in 4th and 5th then eventually it just died, smoked gray and blue and smelt bad, i died on the side of the road, popped my hood and i swear 15L of oil was all over my engine, and under my truck never seen such an oil spill on a truck/in, everything was soaked, i got it towed to my shop, simular problem happened to my uncle, was a seal in the hpop? any ideas? or should i just say screw it and find a 12 valve to throw in?
 
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with that much oil i think you've got the same problem as your uncle.
 
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fix the pump..she will fire right back up..the good thing about the 7.3..she shuts down before she blows when you run out of oil..
 
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alright, so my service book is 200km away, how do i change or remove the hpop?
 
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are you guys sure its the problem? is it just the seal? or would the pump be gone to?
 
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Have you checked the HPOP lines to see if they blew?

Or if you have a big hole in the side of the block?

12v are nice just make sure its not something simple.
 
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oops that was the wrong link..try this one
 
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i shall check the lines, sorry but sittin on the side of the road for 4 hours having 5 people stop outta maybe 200 im kinda upset and am not wantin to look at my truck
 
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yes those are wonderful pictures though, what seal am i looking for?
 
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need to clean out the valley..refill motor and reservoir with oil..have someone turn key to start the truck and watch where the oil comes from...make sure its some one that can listen and shut her down fast when you yell..look for split hoses first..
 
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sounds good to me
 
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Another great link Ron. Thanks
 
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thanks Mark..hope it helps..
 
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As Ron said. Check for a break in the hose first, then you're looking where the lines attach to the head or to the HPOP. You can see where the hoses attach in Ron's first link. The seal will be a viton O-ring where the line connects.
 

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