Instruction Sheet HIGH PRESSURE OIL PUMP Hose Fitting

Instruction Sheet HIGH PRESSURE OIL PUMP Hose Fitting
HPOP fitting replacement (part # 8-021)
Hose Fitting Replacement
International T444E / Ford 7.3L 1994-2003
WARNING: To avoid serious personal injury,
possible death, or damage to the engine or
vehicle, read all safety instructions in the foreword
of the corresponding model year service manual.
Identifying Parts
This high-pressure oil pump kit contains the following
• Loctite® 680 Retaining Compound
• 1 or 2 complete Quick connect fitting(s)
1. Prepare to collect engine oil from the back of the
high pressure oil pump in the valley area of the
2. Remove fill plug from top of reservoir tank and
evacualte as much oil from the reservoir as
possible using a hand vacuum pump.
3. Remove both high pressure oil hoses from the
pump. Using special tool, #8-6595 quick release
tool available from (see end of
instructions on how to disconnect the quick
release fittings).
NOTE: Oil will continue to flow out of the port. Use a rag
or suitable container to collect the oil.
4. Remove both discharge fittings from the pump.
5. Remove spring and check assemblies with
needle nose pliers.
1. Clean both fittings and end plug ports with a
commercially available brake cleaning product.
NOTE: Important! Be sure both ports in the pump
housing are clean and dry.
Fig 1 Discharge Fittings
1. Discharge fittings (2)
The figure above shows (1) discharge fittings with the first
three threads with Loctite® 680 Retaining Compound.
CAUTION: Before installing springs into both
ports, make sure that the flat poppet end of the
spring goes into the pump housing first. If this is
not done it will cause damage to the pump.
NOTE: These fittings are intended for on vehicle repair
and do not include the factory check valve seats and
springs. Please retain your check valve/springs to re-use
with the replacement fitting and use the capsule of
Loctite® 680 to be applied to only the first three threads.
WARNING: To avoid serious personal injury,
possible death, or damage to the engine or
vehicle, make sure the transmission is in neutral,
parking brake is set, and wheels are blocked
before doing diagnostic or service procedures on
engine or vehicle.
Fig 2 Spring poppet orientation
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Fig 3 Installing spring and discharge fitting
1. Poppet end
2. Recess seat in fitting
1. Apply Loctite® 680 Retaining Compound to only
the first three threads on both discharge fittings.
2. Install both discharge fittings to the pump housing
and torque to 34 N-m (25 lb-ft)
3. Install both high pressure hoses.
4. Recommended cure time for the Loctite® 680
retaining compound is a minimum of two hours
before starting the engine.
5. After allowing the Loctite to cure, start engine and
check for oil leaks.
6. Check and correct the engine oil and reservoir
7. levels as necessary. Reservoir level should be
within ¾ inch from the top.
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Special Purchase on
Quick Disconnect HPOP hose tool Quick Disconnect tool #8-6595 Our HPOP hose tool is made from high grade 7075 Aircraft aluminum
alloy, the same aluminum that is used in manufacturing rock climbing equipment, hang glider airframes and even the M16 military rifles. The aluminum is strong, has the ability to flex and return to its original shape. The tool is finished with a
rich black anodized coating and will never rust.
This tool is superior to any HPOP Quick Release tool available and was engineered to hold up to the daily usage that a
professional mechanic demands from a quality hand tool. Quick Release Tool
And can be purchased at
To release the line from the fitting:
While firmly pushing the line straight into the fitting with one hand,
Insert the tool behind the black release sleeve and gently pull on the line.
To connect the line to the fitting:
Push the line into the fitting until you hear/feel the snap ring “grab” the line.
Insure connection by pulling on the line.
Note: Whenever the high pressure system is opened, air enters the system and the
Vehicle needs to be driven to remove the air.
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