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Ford bronco ii 88 eddie bawer

Is it true that u have to either move the transmission or the engine to change the oil pump in this car!!!?? please i need help.
i dont know if to belive the mechanic or not on thisss !!!!

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That Oil Pump Should be Located Inside the Oil Pan. Would not require Removal of the Tranny or Motor.

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Here's a start for you, hope this helps and good luck

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