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Are you that is it. I have replaced them. People wanted high pressure pumps in them. Other times was because I rebuilt the engine and a new pump came in the kit. Bad crank shaft bearings are usually why there is little or no oil pressure. If you hear knocking at the lower side of the engine at start up and after, it's to late for the pump.

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