Question about 1997 Ford F350 Crew Cab
How do i do this what tools do i need
Remove the plumbing that hooks the turbo to the intake make sure not to loose the square cut oring that hooks to the turbo on th y pipe. Remove the fuel filter housing there should be 3 or 4 fuel lines that need removed. Then there will be a icp solenoid that needs the connector removed. And I think one plug that hooks all the wiring on the fuel housing to the main harness. There will be 2 13mm bolts holding the housing down to the engine. You should be able to wiggle the housing and slide it forward some make sure you get some new fuel lines while your doing this as well I think its 3/8 fuel line make sure you cut them same length as original. Go ahead and get new clamps. Once you got the fuel filter housing out the way you can get to the bolts on the fuel pump. I used to take a cutting disk to the turbo pedistal but I ended up taking a wrench I think its like 1 1/4 wrench (not for sure) I took the wrench and cut it in half. Grinded the box end for clearance then heated it up and bent it. You then loosen that large banjo bolt on back of the fuel pump take care not to loose the two sealing washers I usually just slide to bolt back and leave it there. Then take the 2 bolts loose that bolt it to the block. Take a heal bar and pop it up. When reinstalling the pump if you cant get to bolts over cause the cam is holding the pump up you may need to turn the motor over so it slides down easier. Then start the 2 bolts leave em loose so that you can start the big banjo bolt. The put you new fuel lines on the fuel filter housing with new clamps reinstall that hook up the electrical connections. When you get ready to put the y pipe on make sure and use some brake clean to wipeout the residue on the orange rubber hoses. You may need to add some grease or vaseline to hold the square cut oring on the turbo then reinstall the y pipe. Sit back look it over make sure its hooked up good give it a start and then verify no fuel leaks. You will need a long flat blade screw driver to get to some of the clamps.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
The first post is correct. And that is a 1 1/4 banjo bolt for the fuel to the heads. It can be a pain so be very patient and observe your work very closely. I replaced mine with out removing the turbo and it was very difficult, I was able to get the large bolt in easier by snugging the 2 fuel pump bolts down to hold the pump steady. The wrench was an open end and side access wrench (bought a full set at Harbor freight ($26.99) and used each end back/fourth just 1/4 turn at a time until snug (40ft lbs max). I left the charge tube off until I could see all fittings were not leaking. But about a 2 1/2 hour job depending on your skill set. good luck.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
The fuel pump is located under the driver side seat in the frame rail. two 10mm bolts hold the pump to the frame there are two clips that hold the fuel lines to the pump good luck kdc744 . this pump is for fuel only . for fuel to the injectors. you have a high pressure oil pump for operation of the injectors
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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