Join Date: Oct 2001
Location: San Antonio
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I'm not sure what screw you are referring to, but there is a plunger type deal that you have to be careful does not fall into the engine when removing the pump. Also, there is some webbing from the turbo pedestal, that people cut into slightly to create more room to remove the pump. I don't think there is a "plate" on the pump itself. good luck.
1995 F350 XLT Powerstroke Turbo Diesel 7.3l 2wd Crew Cab Automatic. Over 300,000 miles and counting. Aftermarket Downpipe, High Pressure Crossover Hose, Viper alarm and remote start, Tranny cooler, Cat delete, Homemade open air intake, Dick Cepek cab lights, Glow Plug Relay Mod, IDM Mod, A/C Mod, Dual Electric Fans, PHP 6-Position Chip.