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Is there a known problem with oil pump on 88' S in 2000

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Well, it depends. There was indeed a known problem with the cam bearing plate and that's what the oil pump is mounted on. Seems H-D used roller bearings instead of needle bearings on the cams and the bearing were failing. It was something like that anyway. Harley would not fix them under warranty until they failed. Instead, they lengthened the warranty out to 50,000 miles on the bearings. Whether or not this has anything to do with an oil pump problem, I don't know. You didn't say why you thought you had an oil pump problem.

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Posted on Nov 09, 2010

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