HIgh Pressure Diesel Pump

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Aussiewife

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Sep 20, 2016
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I have a 2015 Lonestar 4X4 with little under 20,000 miles. I just put in shop last week to do Service electronic throttle, the bright red lightening bolt, the low oil pressure and engine light coming on and oh yeah it would not restart. So they are saying the high pressure diesel pump imploded and sent metal shavings through the fuel system. They are checking now to see if that has gone into the engine. They are in talks with Chrysler on how to proceed with repairs.

Anyone experience this before?
 

jdn112011

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Oct 18, 2015
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I have a 2015 Lonestar 4X4 with little under 20,000 miles. I just put in shop last week to do Service electronic throttle, the bright red lightening bolt, the low oil pressure and engine light coming on and oh yeah it would not restart. So they are saying the high pressure diesel pump imploded and sent metal shavings through the fuel system. They are checking now to see if that has gone into the engine. They are in talks with Chrysler on how to proceed with repairs.

Anyone experience this before?
First I've heard of a HPFP failure. Tough break. Hopefully the dealership is thorough because it likely is in the engine at least to some extent. Metallic flake anyways would likely pass through the injectors. But for the most part everything would hold up at the injectors. Keep us updated!