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I have a 2005 F-250 6.0 with 114000 miles. It has recently developed a rough running condition due to low fuel pressure. I brought it to the dealer to have them pin point the exact issue before I tackled the issue. They determine that "Diesel Diagnostics found 2 different issues. Self Testing the cpm found 2 memory codes, cyl 1 and cal 7 contribution low, monitoring power balance found random misfires on all cylinders. Due to Low Fuel Pressure. Spec is 50 psi or above, truck fluctuates between 5 psi and 15 psi. Put power to ground straight to the pump, no change, needs fuel pump." I am no longer driving the truck in hopes to preserve some injectors. My questions is the parts the recommended is Ford Part #6C3Z9B249A (Fuel Kit Module) and #6C3Z9F759 (Wire Assembly). The Fuel kit Module does't appear to be a pump but more of a manifold. Is the the correct part for the fuel pump or did the dealer give me the wrong part #? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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you need a pump not the cover

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Ford 6.0L Powerstroke F-Series Diesel Truck Fuel Pump

HFCM PN - 6C3Z-9G282-C / PFB-101


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Thanks for the quick reply. Yes definitely need just the pump the cover is fine. So it appears that they gave me the wrong part number. I now just need to find the correct part number!
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Wow already answered that question too!
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After doing some more investigation is appears you can replace just the pump and not the entire assembly. Airtex Electric Fuel Pump Part Number: 18249-07005906
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I had heard that but if it isn't a ford part or OEM supplier I wouldn't do it on mine

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.. I'd throw a 6.7 pump in there.

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Well I agree with you on that, pretty hard to beat OEM parts but with such a difference in price I am going to give just the pump a shot.
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