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Old 03-20-2012, 05:23 PM
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Originally Posted by mattro423 View Post
OK thanks i will check my Bell housing cause i just replaced the transmision about 6months ago so i should be able to tell easily i think I'm going to roll the dice and start with a new oil pump can't hurt and if that don't work i will go with the sending unit thanks four getting me started on the right path
You might not require a new pump, they're cheap but still. Anyway's if you decide to replace the pump replace the rear main seal while you're at it, only an extra 15.99!
I really think you should just hook up the gauge and check, cause if it's something like a sending unit then hey it's a 5 minute job but if you have to do the rear main seal then setup some time for the weekend.
Oh when you went ahead and removed the transmission did you replace the core plugs on the rear of the block? If not it would of been a good idea!
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