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Vacuum pump Hi. I replaced the alternator and vacuum pump on my Tucson. the problem now is that the return oil pipe pops off just under the pump. Why is there pressure and what could be the problem Tx. Martin

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Hi Martin, Make sure that there are no blockages and also that the return pipe is in good condition. If it is a replacement supplied with the pump make sure it's of the correct material and the clips are holding. The oil fed into the pump is from the pressurized oil gallery and therefore will maintain some of that pressure as it returns to the sump. I guess you've checked the clips and the pipe for damage and wear? Regards John

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SOURCE: Low oil pressure at idle, up tp 20psi under

You could have a blocked or broken oil pickup inside the sump or a broken spring in relief valve Think relief valve is on pump on those but not sure I'd be looking hard at pickup in sump

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check your rod bearings and main bearings
did you prim the new oil pump? or the cam bearings could of gone out most of the time its the rod or mains

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SOURCE: Hi there, I am having a problem with steering

Ok there's a few possible cause for this:

Leak from the shaft/spline where the steering column mounts to it. Could be caused from the rack having been through accident trauma and the column hitting or slightly bending the shaft.

Check the seals and boots on the end of the rack....Could be perished.

Porus or, slightly cracked casting?

Gasket on servicable cover NS

Also check that the hoses are dry all the way down and that there is no weeping around all joins. Hydraulic sealant should be used when fitting new hoses and this can take up the slack of tolerances. The rack will get hot and at temperature, its could be weeping from there.

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SOURCE: mw 325tds 1995 e36. fuel

Sounds like either a leaky fuel regulator, or fuel injectors.

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SOURCE: 2002 ford mustang gt had ticking noise in motor then no oil pressure

You have had the engine oil pump fail, the tick was caused low oil pressure, DO NOT DRIVE THIS unitl a shop can see what has happened or you will destroy the engine, a $3000.00 repair.

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