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Find a local electric motor repair shop and see if the motor is repairable. If not, a new motor and possibly the pump will be required.

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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I was driving down the road my truck started too lose power and it shut off.. i crunk it back up then started back down the road and it died . i have a brand new battery with 800 cca and it could barely...


Sounds like a cooling issue. When the engine overheats it will get so hot that the metals expand making the motor sieze. When the engine gets that hot it thins out the oil making it less dense. This will make the oil thin thus reducing pressure.
When the motor restarts after cooling you will find the oil pressure returning to 40psi
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