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Oil pump Hi, im having a problem getting the oil pump off of an H100 it seems to be stuck on the balancer drive! pease help!!

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  3. Remove the drive shaft extension.
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To Install:
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  3. Engage the drive shaft extension into the drive gear.
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  2. Install the oil pump gear set.
  3. Pack the oil pump gears with petroleum jelly.
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