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Do i have to take the motor out to change a oil pump in my 2003 ?

I had the truck out and i lost oil pressure and every time i give it a little gas the oil pressure goes up do you think the oil pump is gone and do i have to take the motor out to take the oil pump out?

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Yes and no if you can get the oil pan off then no if not then yes

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

  • Bryan Howald Jan 03, 2009

    yes and no if you can get the oil pan off then no if not then yes

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