- Hydraulic Head-
MAXXForce 11 / 13 / 15
(2010 and newer)
High Pressure Fuel Pump
Is the Cast Iron Hydraulic Head cracked on your pump? This is a very common problem. We have saved a few good used hydraulic heads from core pumps with other issues. This part is easily installed (far easier than changing the pump) and with new pumps averaging around $3,000 this will save you several thousand dollars!
Fits Pump Part Numbers:
BOSCH - 0 445 020 126 L-W, 0 445 020 158 L-W
Navistar - 3005275C1, 3007641C93, 3002634C1, 3014489C91
Bosch Reman #: 0986437506
- Installation is very straightforward, but a few items should be observed.
- ALWAYS wear safety eye-wear and follow all manufacturer's precautions outlined in the service manual
- When working around common rail fuel systems, you much be 100% clean. This admonition can be ignored at your own peril. One spec of dirt in a common rail injector can destroy it. Before opening the fuel system or disassembling the pump, carefully clean the air and blow away any loose dirt.
- Before removing the two large torx bolts that retain the hydraulic head, please recognize that the head is under a fair amount of spring tension. Use a large clamp or a helper with a large screwdriver to keep the hydraulic head from being strongly ejected upwards as the screws are removed.
- Do not loose the two O-rings (one large and one small) between the pump and the hydraulic head as they will need to be re-used.
- Transfer the spring and spring retainer to the replacement head.
- When re-installing the new head, the process can be made easier, by rotating the engine / pump until the plunger that operates the hydraulic head is at it's lowest position.
THE FINAL PICTURE SHOWS A COMPLETE PUMP. THIS LISTING IS NOT FOR A COMPLETE PUMP. THE COMPLETE PUMP PICTURE IS TO SHOW WHICH PUMP THIS PART FITS. YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A COMPLETE PUMP.
PLEASE NOTE: VERY LIMITED AVAILABILITY - PLEASE CALL BEFORE ORDERING A QUANTITY GREATER THAN (1).