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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-03-2018, 04:27 AM Thread Starter
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My 2011 F-250 Lariat has been 100% reliable since the day I bought it new and I have loved everything about it. At 208,000 miles I'm sure most will say I have gotten my money's worth. However about 1.5 months ago the high pressure fuel pump failed sending metal through the fuel system and ultimately into the engine. I turned a claim into my insurance company and after being verified by fuel sampling it was determined it failed from contaminated fuel i.e. water. I say all that t say this, I am looking for my options moving forward. I have taken very good care of my truck and would like to fix it if feasible. I was told by a dealer and a trader that it is worth around $4,500-$5,000 in its current state. The fuel system replacement is around $10,000 and a Jasper engine would be around $19,000. I don't have anything more than what money I was able to get from insurance and certainly cannot afford to have to make payments on another truck at this time. Have any of you encountered this dilemma and if so, what did you do. I have even considered finding a good used 6.7L Cummins and seeing if I could find a way to put it in place simply because the CP3 pump is very reliable and won't cause this type of damage even if it does fail as a result of the filtration system it utilizes. Your help is greatly appreciated. First time visitor. Thanks

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Even if you replaced the engine which does not have any of the metal contamination you would still need to have the fuel system flush and many parts replaced.

The fuel contamination kit is part number EC3Z-9B246-A. It can be purchased off eBay for approx $3500 plus a $1500 deposit for the CP4 pump. Maybe Ford Doc/Keith will chime in how many yours to do this procedure for your truck. I have heard approx 40 labor hours, maybe more, maybe less on the hours.

The CP4 pump has to be returned for a 1500 credit.

Did you insurance company pay you enough to fix the engine parts and fuel system parts and flushing? If the ins company did not pay you the $10,000, you need to get a written estimate from the dealer for fuel system so they an amend their payment to you.

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I ran across this a while back. Has anyone heard of this before?

https://www.accuratediesel.com/6-7l-...ntion-kit.html

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I ran across this a while back. Has anyone heard of this before?

https://www.accuratediesel.com/6-7l-...ntion-kit.html

Yes, have heard of it.......but have yet to see any using it say yeah or nay on does it help or not.


It would be nice to know how many have been sold.

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Traded 2011 F350 XLT CCLB SRW 6.2L gasser 6,000 miles for 2015

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