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Does the 2019 use the Bosch 4.2 HPFP?
I have a 2015 6.7 that had a HPFP failure at 20,000 plus miles. Fortunately, Ford did cover replacement under warranty, but did try to find any reason they could not to warranty it. However, I no longer trust this trucks reliability, and am uncomfortable taking it a long distance pulling my fifth wheel. My question is simply this, does the 2019 use the same Bosch 4.2 HPFP? If the 2019 has a more reliable pump such as the CP3 (like Ram), I would consider selling it and buying a 2019. If it does use the same fuel pump as my 2015, I will consider selling it instead and buying a RAM. I went to the dealer parts department and asked him the same question, but never got an answer. Instead he wanted to keep blaming me for the HPFP failure and said I must have had contamination, that there was no problem with inadequate lubrication with this pump. What a line of BS, I left in frustration. But then I have had nothing but frustration with Ford in the past year. Can anyone answer this question for me? I also read in another post that someone indicated that Ford had a "low lubricity package" on these pumps. If so, what year did they start having that package on the pump? Update, have found the answer in researching part numbers, the pump is the same from 2015 through 2019.
2015 Ford F250 4x4 6.7 Liter, Crew Cab, Short Box Platinum with DEMCO AutoSlider 5th. Wheel Hitch.
Other toys: '03 50th. Anniversary Corvette, 2015 Jayco Pinnacle 5th. Wheel, 72 Dodge Polara 2 door hardtop, and a 2656 International tractor.
Last edited by bluebuffalo; 06-08-2019 at 04:48 PM.
Reason: Found the answer to my question