What are the symptoms of a failing high pressure fuel pump?
Symptoms of a high-pressure fuel pump failure are:
- Delayed start of the engine.
- Hesitation or sputtering in acceleration between 2000 RPM to 4000 RPM.
- High engine temperatures.
- Vehicle stalling due to exertion or temperature.
- Fuel pressure gauge reading low measurements.
- Poor gas mileage.
How long do high pressure fuel pumps last?
The fuel pump is your vehicle’s unsung hero. It takes gas from the gas tank and sends it to the engine so your car, truck, or SUV can start and run. Your vehicle’s fuel pump should last at least 100,000 miles or more.
What was the biggest problem with the 6.4 Powerstroke?
Failed emissions control components, fuel system contaminants and corrosion, leaking radiators and hoses, cracked turbo up-pipes and severe oil dilution all plague the 6.4L Power Stroke—and the problems only get worse with age.
Are there any problems with Ford Super Duty fuel pumps?
Ford Motor Company, alleges that 2011-present Ford Super Duty fuel pumps in trucks equipped with the 6.7-liter Power Strokediesel engines are defective. The Bosch CP4 high-pressure fuel injection pumps reportedly can’t handle U.S. diesel fuel specifications, allegedly leading to a number of problems.
When did my Ford F550 fuel pump fail?
We had same symptoms with our 2011 F550 so we towed to dealer Sept 9, expecting same treatment as we constantly hear that they are having issues with that 6.7L. The truck sits in the dealership for 5 days while they wait on a compression testing tools that got misplaced, “borrowing one from another dealer”.
Where is the high pressure fuel pump located on a 6.4L diesel?
Please try again later. The 6.4L Diesel is the first Ford engine to feature a high-pressure fuel pump, mounted underhood, in addition to a low-pressure fuel pump, located within the Horizontal Fuel Conditioning Module, or HFCM.
How many high pressure fuel pump failures are there?
6.7 High Pressure Fuel Pump Failure… I am new to this forum and just spent an hour reading others that have experienced what I am going through. I run a landscaping business that has been 99% Ford, except for my early days in the 80’s. Definitely a loyal customer even with problems along the way.