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Old 12-12-2023, 11:44 AM   #21
R.S.O'Donnell
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Another option you guys should be looking at with trucks with a CP4 is the inline CP4 filter kit from S&S Diesel. This filter will contain the contaminents when your CP4 explodes, and keep all that crap from going through your entire fuel system. Those repairs can cost an average between $7000-$20,000.00. The kit sells for around $400.00 and a reputable shop can install it for $600-$800. My buddy just had his 6.7 Ford done. Glad GM/Chevy did away with that POS pump.
I completely agree. I installed mine myself about a year ago. I sleep much better knowing it's on there. Here is a video showing what's involved when they fail without the S&S kit.

https://youtu.be/iKB-cIDfv2Q
 
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