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Oil pump i think the oil pump has gone in my daewoo how do i replace it

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You have to take off the sump under the engine

if u want to do it its a big job but here....
0,, there might be a cross member in the way ,,have to take it off or get around it.
1,,take out the lttle bolt on sump
2,, let all the oil out
3,, take out oil filter
4,, undo the sump (like 15,10mm nuts
5,,oil pump is right there 2 bolts to undo 12 or 14 mm
6,, take out
7,, replace
8 put all back togeather

Posted on Jul 29, 2008


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