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99% of the time, the pump fails to pump because of wood dust or small chips that make their way past the filter and plug up the inlet hole on the side of the pump. very common on that model.
1) drain the oil tank, remove the four screws holding it to the gear case
2) remove the pickup filter and rubber cover plug on the bottom of the gear case. the pump is under the filter.
3) using a 5mm bolt (the bolt must be long enough to be threaded into the end of the pump, and then up thru the socket or pipe, and then install a flat washer and finally a 5m nut on top), flat washer, 12 or 13mm deep socket or any other type of pipe or bushing that will allow the pump to be pulled up and out of the housing.
** be very careful to remember the alignment of the inlet slot on the pump position to the gear case.
The slot on the pump is the inlet(it faces towards the back of the gearcase), the outlet hole (it faces forward) lines up with the drilled oil outlet passage on the gear case.
4) there will be a large clog on the slot and inlet hole.
with light oil or pressurized penetrating oil clean the debris from the slot and also into the inlet hole while rotating the pump gear with your fingers, you will find that the oil starts to come out the other side of the pump. time to reinsert
5) with the 5mm bolt installed, use a very small hammer to tap the pump into the housing (align the holes as mentioned above) until it seats. Reinstall the filter, rubber plug, cover and fastening screws.
6) you are ready to get back to work.
is this a manual or automatic. manual trans take 80/90 weight gear oil and you fill it to the bottom of the fill hole. the amount depends on if your topping it up or changing all the oil. most take about 4 litres. at any rate fill to bottom of fill hole. if automatic you can use Dexron trans fluid or Honda trans fluid. fill until the level is within the add and full marks on the dip stick.
where the engine oil filter cap, where engine oil is added, if you remove the cap with a quarter turn ccw the plastic pipe that the cap screws into is removed exactly the same way as the fill cap. meaning this pipe is just a 4 inch extension, as if the plastic cover is removed you could throw the plastic tube away and install the oil fill cap directly into the valve cover. once the tube is twisted counter clockwise 90 degrees and lifted up, the plastic cover is able to be removed. when replacing the cover, there is a pin on backside that the cover goes into to keep it from rattling. and dont lose the rubber off the pin on plastic cover as it will rattle and drive you up the wall
Hello: To remove engine cover, remove oil fill cap and possibly power steering cap then pull up on the cover. on the driver side front side of engine you will see a large nut attached to a cover. Remove that cover and the filter is in the cavity. The filter is a paper element. Not the can type.
Any pressure washer pump should be no more than half full. The reason is if you fill it completely up when the piston strokes it will blow the seals out of the pump. Usually there is a sight gage on the side of the pump. I will look your model up and see what I can find as far as quantity for the pump. I won't be too long just read the 2nd response and please do not rate this one. I will get back to you ASAP.
Wiggle and pull straight up.
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1. Remove the engine cover. 1.1. Unscrew the oil cap. 1.2. Pull upward on the cover to unseat the cover from the pins.
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OIL PUMP It is necessary to remove the oil pan, oil pickup and chain case cover to service the oil pump rotors. The oil pump pressure relief valve can be serviced by removing the oil pan and oil pickup tube. Refer to Timing Chain Cover Removal and Installation for procedures.
To remove the relief valve, proceed as follows:
Drill a 3.175 mm (1/8 inch) hole into the relief valve retainer cap and insert a self-threading sheet metal screw into cap.
Clamp screw into a vise and while supporting chain case cover, remove cap by tapping chain case cover using a soft hammer. Discard retainer cap and remove spring and relief valve.
Remove oil pump cover screws, and lift off cover.
Remove pump rotors.
Wash all parts in a suitable solvent and inspect carefully for damage or wear.
Oil Pump Assembly
Assemble pump, using new parts as required. Install the inner rotor with chamfer facing the cast iron oil pump cover.
Tighten cover screws to 12 Nm (105 inch lbs.).
Prime oil pump before installation by filling rotor cavity with engine oil.
Install chain case cover. Refer to Timing Chain Cover Installation.
REMOVAL of Timing cover REMOVAL
Disconnect negative cable from battery.
Remove timing chain cover.
REMOVAL Of Oil Pan to gain Access to OIL PUMP
Disconnect negative cable from battery and remove engine oil dipstick.
Raise vehicle on hoist and drain engine oil.
Remove bending brace to transaxle attaching bolt.
Remove bolts attaching dust cover to transaxle housing. Lower dust cover to gain access to oil pan bolts.
Remove oil pan screws and remove oil pan.
Clean surfaces and apply a 1/8 inch bead of Mopar (R) Silicone Rubber Adhesive Sealant or equivalent, at the parting line of the chain case cover and the rear seal retainer.
Use a new pan gasket.
Install pan and tighten screws to 12 Nm (105 inch lbs.).
Install dust shield and bending brace to transaxle housing.
On top of the engine you will find a rectangular aluminum cover (it may be bare aluminum or painted flat black). This cover is about 2 feet long and about 5 inches wide. On the top of this cover you will find a round black plastic cap. The cap may have the word OIL on it, or it may has text describing what type of oil to use. Remove this cap by turning it counter clockwise. Pour the oil into the hole the cap covers.