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Join Date: Oct 2001
Location: Londonderry, NH
There is a seal in there that can be replaced. Just make sure that the shaft isn't worn where the seal touches it, that the shaft thrust and bearing wear are'nt excessive. Any of these problems would require rebuilding/replacing the pump.
The harder task is removing the pulley to get access to the seal! Make sure you use a correct P/S pulley removal tool that grabs it by the hub. If you try to take it off any other way, you WILL destroy the pulley! It presses back on with a 3/8" coarse nut/bolt and some big washers.
68RS/Z28 Klone, Long rod 357 , T-56, 3.89 9"
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