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Old 07-19-2009, 07:53 PM
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I'm getting ready to replace my injection pump. Anybody have a good place to get remove and replace instructions or know of a good manual? Having trouble finding them.
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Old 07-20-2009, 11:29 PM
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Old 07-21-2009, 05:35 PM
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heres a link to my photo album when i relaced the cp3.

cp3 replacement pictures by 2500heavyduty - Photobucket

you will need an assortment of deep and regular metric sockets, 19mm crows foot. and a 27mm socket iirc for the cp3 gear and puller.

you will have to remove power steering bracket, altinator bracket, thermostat housing, coolant crossover tube, and all fuel lines in around the cp3. the greenish steel return lines can be unbolted and bent out the way for removal of the cp3.

there is 4 bolts holding the cp3 to the front of the engine, you removing it you will have to slowly wedge it out with screw drivers and pick it up and roll it out from the bottom towards you.

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Thanks for the photos! Removed the old one today in about 3 1/2 hrs. Going back together tomorrow. Your pictures are a big help!
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Old 07-21-2009, 07:22 PM
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nice work that was pretty quick
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Put it back together today. Took 3 hrs. No extra bolts and its started right up!! Going to test drive tomorrow. Not a hard job, just have to remember where everything goes. Pics really helped.

Whats the best way to bleed the coolant system? I filled it up but want to make sure there isn't any air trapped. Thanks
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Old 07-23-2009, 05:02 PM
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there is a bleed screw on the top center of the thermostat housing
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i m new to the site and i know this is an old post, but is there a way i can see the picture for cp3 replacement. i can't open the link, and i am planing on doing this this weekend. thanks
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Originally Posted by sjsperdute View Post
i m new to the site and i know this is an old post, but is there a way i can see the picture for cp3 replacement. i can't open the link, and i am planing on doing this this weekend. thanks

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