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Bosch High Pressure Oil Pump HPOP FORD 1996-1997 7.3L Ford Powerstroke

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Bosch High Pressure Oil Pump HPOP FORD 1996-1997 7.3L Ford Powerstroke

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Bosch stock replacement High Pressure Oil Pumps  Remanufactured

1996-97  7.3L Ford Powerstroke

Why Replace your High Pressure Oil Pump?

A High Pressure Oil Pump may weaken or fail over time, causing costly damage to your injectors and other systems. It is also important to maintain the proper psi in your injection system--- because

When your HPOP gets tired your injectors won't get fired!

More HPO volume means more ICP pressure, which means better fuel atomization, resulting in less smoke and more Horsepower.

When is a Stock Replacement HPOP a better choice than a High Performance Pump?

A stock replacement High Pressure Oil Pump is a good choice for a truck with stock injectors, because a bigger HPOP will use more horsepower to drive it and will generate more heat than a stock HPOP. This would mean less horsepower to the wheels, and a little less fuel efficiency, which could effect your mileage.

So it depends on the truck and a stock replacement may be the answer.

*Requires Gasket # 1825163C2 

+ $150  CORE CHARGE -Refundable based on condition

You are required to accept all core charges in order to check out.

All core charge fees will be refunded within 7 business days after the receipt of the core, at our DPPI location or the specific Manufacturers location based on the individual Manufactures core return delivery policy. All cores must be 100% “Like for Like” and “Part Number for Part Number” in the same box your new part came in, with all required paperwork completed. The core #should be on the box before you ship.

Core charges will be refunded partially or in-full when the DPPI core inspector has verified the condition of the product with associated core charge.

Some or all of the core charge may not be refunded if the core shows signs of damage and/or tampering. Possible signs of damage and/or tampering include dents, breakage, burns, water damage, missing parts or accessories, evidence of disassembly or other reasons as determined by the DPPI core inspector. You will be notified of the final determination of the DPPI core inspector.