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I have a 10 year old Generic pressure washer - 2000 psi. It gets maybe 3-4 hours use each year. On top of the pump is what looks like some sort of brass pressure relief port. This past weekend I noticed a mix of oil and water spraying out from this port. I shutdown the machine immediately and checked the engine oil level (which looked fine). Quite a bit of oil spilled out onto my driveway. I really do not know if this was engine oil or pump oil that was leaking. Can anyone please explain what may have happened and what my options are? Thank you in advance for your assistance. Mark
Top is a breather you may be overfull of oil most pumps you can use engine oil .drain and put in half litre or if it has a sight glass top up to low side of glass and try it out.possible your seals on way out this usually then leaks at front or gets water in.if you still have good pressure oil seals easy to do.
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