Question about 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser
Ijust the same thing on mine You can do it just make sure everything goes back together as far as what should be up and what should be down as far as the pump parts go or you'll get it back on the vehicle and it won't pump . So everything has to go back together is same order . As far as the pump vanes and the springs go get as many on at first as you can and use stator to hold them in and put the rest of them in one at a time it will take a little patiance to do but they will all fit back in you will have to slide the rotor out half way to do this . Then slide it back into the stator after you get all of the vanes and springs in place . These pumps are vary reliable and hardly ever have a problem with the vane parts in the pump its the o rings and mainly where they seal to the revisior that leaks . Mine it 20 years old i expected to see ware but there was none just bad seals with the o rings
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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