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I have a coleman pressure washer model # PW0912500 - What type of oil goes into the pump housing , how much goes in, and how often does it need to be changed ?

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Hello:
Best to use NON DETERGENT 10W30. Be sure you fill the reservoir only 1/3 to less than 1/2 full.

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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any anti foaming oil ,you can use multi grade but it goes milky with minute air bubbles and gives the appearance of getting water in.most manufacturers recommend anti-foaming oil

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SOURCE: what oil, how much oil, and how change oil on pump of ry80030a

The RY80030 Pressure washer has a Faip pump on it. There is no drain plug and you do not change the oil in it. The pump only holds 4.5 ounces of oil and the pump only has a life expectancy of between 30 and 50 hours. If for some reason The oil gets drained, remove the pump from the motor and set it on a bench standing up on end. Remove the allen bolts holding the water and oil sides of the pump together.Be carful as the piston springs are under load. fill the pump 3/4 of the way full and replace the head. there is a smoke stack on the pump but it is simply a breather not an oil fill.


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Posted on Jan 04, 2010

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You should use what the pump manufacturer recommends. Typically a 30wt non-detergent (non foaming) oil. Do not over fill. If there is a sight glass half way is normal. Or if it has a dip stick follow the mark there.
Here is a great link for pressure washer parts and info
This link goes right to oil page:
http://pressure-washer-parts.com/shopdisplayproducts.asp?Search=Yes

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I have a Coleman 2200 6hp green tochemsa engine pressure washer and wanted to know what type of oil is used in the water pump? PLEASE LET ME KNOW.


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The little jugs of pump oil at home improvement stores are usually SAE 30W (non-detergent) crankcase oil. 75W90 gear oil seems like a better choice; I personally use synthetic marine lower unit gear lube in my pressure washer pump. It's a little more expensive, but I think the formulation gives better moisture resistance. Besides, the pump takes a fairly small amount, and I don't change it very often at all.

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Hello:
Best to use NON DETERGENT 10W30. Be sure you fill the reservoir only 1/3 to less than 1/2 full.

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What type of oil goes in the pump, and is the tube that comes out of it on the top of the pump supposed to be open or a covered vent??


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10W30 is OK but it must be NON DETERGENT. Be sure you only fill the reservoir 1/3 to 1/2 full. Thee should be a cap on top.

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