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cddHEXIf the on and off button isn't budging then it might be that it is broken or is stuck so to fix this problem you would have to take apart the console in order to disamble a N64 console you need a special screw driver to do that. The nintendo factory had made super NES consoles gamecube and N64 consoles with special screws to prevent unliscenced people to fix theese consoles at that time. 6 special screws to remove. Hexogon screws. Or try using WD40 on the on and off button to see if that will work too. 10 STARS IF THIS IDEA WORKS.
It would take a small book to explain how those things work but I'll try to cut it down some. Most have three pistons in the bottom of the pump that are operated by a cam that looks like a wavy pancake. As the waves pass over the spring loaded pumps, which is actually a plunger, it presses it down and pumps. Usually each pump has three plungers. If you tackel it yourself be careful when you disamble it and remember how it came apart, especially the "O" rings. That is more than likely where you're loosing pressure, its by - passing your plungers. Replace the "O" rings and fabric washers if it has any and make sure the cam is not worn or warped. There's one other thing that keeps the pump from working and I hope this is whats wrong with yours. The cam I spoke of is attached to the crankshaft with a little pin like the fly wheel on a push mower. If that has shered off you can just replace it and go on. It a pretty good job and I can't say enough about how important it is to watch where things are as you disamble it. also look fragments of "O" rings in the bottom of the plunger assembly. Go onto the internet and see if you can find a rebuild kit for it. I've never looked for one but there is probably somebody out there that makes rebuild kits for those rigs.
Hope this helps, this is from my own experience with about a dozen of them, all worked but one and we couldn't get the motor started on it.
CHANGE WATER PUMP WILL SAVE YOU SOME MONEY, TO CHANGE INTAKE GASKET HAVE TO DISAMBLE PART OF YOUR ENGINE , AND IF YOU NEVER HAVE CHANGED YOUR WATER PUMP IT WIL PREBENT FUTURE PROBLEMS. BUT DOESN'T MEANS THAT YOU NEED TO CHANGE WATER PUMP.
the motor and trans must be lowered thru the bottom of the car. repair manual goes into detail . it took me 10 hours to complete with new motor install. remove all wireing harness assemblies and lable.remove cover plate on bottom of bellhouseing ,this gives access to 4 bolts connecting the torque converter . turn crankshaft pully to rotate and access all 4 bolts.remove bellhouseing bolts and pull motor from trans. almost everything under the hood has to be taken apart and disambled.get the book! radiator,exhaust,motor mounts,altranator.powersterring ,wireing harness,cv half shafts. lower the motor with a cycle lift and jack the car up, block and pull the motor and trans out to disassemble. bag and lable all bolts tag and lable all parts and wire connections. most shops charge 600. bucks to do this and its well worth the money. this is a big job