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Will a oil pump housing for a 1988 Buick Skylark 2.5L engine fit the 1991 Pontiac Grand Am 2.5L engine? The Oil Pump Housing, really called a Force Balancer Assembly, looks to be the same part. The

Will a oil pump housing for a 1988 Buick Skylark 2.5L engine fit the 1991 Pontiac Grand Am 2.5L engine? The Oil Pump Housing, really called a Force Balancer Assembly, looks to be the same part. The Buick Part Number is 10044545 and the Pontiac part number is 10044685.

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I'm pretty sure a quick call to your local Buick dealer parts man will get the answer. He'll have the parts database to hand. It looks like you know the answer already?

Posted on Nov 15, 2014

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SOURCE: Pump Priming Problems.

you should try to pack the gears and pump cavity with petroleum jelly which will prime the pump and the oil will then displace the jelly. If you use any other kind of grease, the oil will not be able to displace it so make sure you only use petroleum jelly. This is the stuff used in the medical field but works great for this purpose too. Let me know how it goes and whether you have any further questions. Thanks and good luck

Posted on May 22, 2008

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SOURCE: I need to change the thermostat on a 1997 buick skylark 2.4

water pump is located at the very back of your car engine almost touching the firewall.
its a pain to get back there and just pray your water pump dont actually go out cause its best to take to a mechanic its all inter twined with the timing chain and alot of removal just to take out and replace..best of luck

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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SOURCE: No oil pressure what so ever in v12 jaguar

have you tried reversing the pipes and see if that makes any difference other than that there must be a pressure difference between the two pumps try priming the filter with oil before starting.

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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SOURCE: water pump housing

it connect to the block. I have some good news that is one of the cheapest water pumps on the planet and easy to replace

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Posted on Apr 28, 2009

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SOURCE: 1996 Volkswagon Jetta GLS oil leak around the oil filter housing

there really isnt one it is not hard to figure out just take it off and look at it youll figure it out

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

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