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How hard is it to replace an oil pump in a 2003 spyder

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The oil pump is located on the bottom side of the engine. It is actually an internal engine part. This is a difficult repair because of space restraints. Most usually you have to disassemble things to get the oil pan off, which is what is covering up the oil pump.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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