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Friend of mine took his 08 F250 in to a specialty shop today cause yesterday on his way home he was losing power. At times he couldn't get over 60 mph and at time it took a while to get up tp 75 mph. The check engine light did come on. This morning everything was back to normal. Took it to the shop to get checked out and the code was for the High Pressure Fuel Pump.

They quoted him a price of $3,500 for this repair. Is this a fair price. Mentioned they have to remove the cab to replace.

Does this sound like the correct symptoms for the high pressure fuel pump?
 

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that is way too high!!!!!!!!!!!!! Had mine done at dealer was 800 all i paid was 100 deductible. i was out of warranty but they know they are junk it is not a cab off repair i belive your friend is getting bent over good
 

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that is way too high!!!!!!!!!!!!! Had mine done at dealer was 800 all i paid was 100 deductible. i was out of warranty but they know they are junk it is not a cab off repair i belive your friend is getting bent over good
While $3500 does seem high, there is no way they could have done it for $800 anytime recently. I can't even buy all of the parts from Ford for that.
 

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Mattyboy has no profile info but I think he is thinking 6.0. HPFP on 6.4 is BURIED under turbos and plumbing and if the cab wasn't in the way it would still be a bear of a job.
 

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Mattyboy has no profile info but I think he is thinking 6.0. HPFP on 6.4 is BURIED under turbos and plumbing and if the cab wasn't in the way it would still be a bear of a job.
That is what I am thinking as well. Just like you said, its a job just getting the turbos and up pipes off
 

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Yeah, a good buddy of mine had his HPFP go out, and they pulled his cab off. It's pretty pricey too. Hope you're still under warranty man. It would have cost him 2500 without it.
 

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Yeah, $800 seems awfully low for the amount of work involved.
 

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I have been quoted $9000.00 to replace the high pressure pump and the fuel system that is affected with metal shavings. This is on a 2010 F-250 6.4L. Is this reasonable?
 

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The hardest part is getting the stock turbo's out. Once you get them out of the way, it's not that hard to complete. FWIW, we charge 15.2 hours of labor just for R&R, factory pump is around 1400 + core, then we require new fuel filters, and you will also need a stock turbo install kit. Again, the time is lengthy because the stock turbo's are not fun to pull with cab on.
 

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Hey Cody ... I heard that there is a part number for a kit containing all that is needed to replace a HPFP. Have you ever heard of such a thing? Its suppose to have the HPFP, injector lines, etc etc ... one part number.
 

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Not that i've heard of, at least from ford. Which is all we use when we do these pumps and even dual fueler kits. Aftermarket, maybe.
Here's some part numbers for you gents:
Ford Reman K16 Pump: 8C3Z9A543DRM
Install Kit: 8C3Z9G805B
 

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PROPER DIAGNOSIS!!!

An open in the FRP sensor ground can give you the same EXACT results.

I have replaced more FRP sensors ($45) and injector wiring harnesses ($150) than I have HPFPs.
 

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PROPER DIAGNOSIS!!!

An open in the FRP sensor ground can give you the same EXACT results.

I have replaced more FRP sensors ($45) and injector wiring harnesses ($150) than I have HPFPs.
I am having issue with a proper diagnosis, I am working on on a 2008 ford f350 6.4 and have pulled trouble codes p0087 & P2291. I have replaced the FRP sensor, fuel sending unit, low pressure fuel pump both fuel filters and still have no joy. These codes do not send me in the direction of the HPFP. I am not getting any pressure at the test port & fuel is flowing from the low fuel pump into the top fuel filter. What else would you do to isolate the problem?
 
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