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I have a Honda 11.0 HP pressure washer 3000# ,how do I remove the pump from the engine?

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Remove the bolts holding the pump to the engine. Turn the engine over to align the hole on the flange with the set screw inside holding the pump to the crankshaft. Loosen the set screw fully which is more than likely an allen screw. Now remove the pump from the engine. You may have to pry with a screwdriver to get it loose. If it still will not come off there are special holes that you can use to thread into these holes near the mounting holes to press the pump off. Just tighten them alternating back and forth until they push the pump off the crankshaft. Your pump may be slightly different depending on make.

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

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SOURCE: pressure washer, john deere 3000 psi, honda engine

Pressure variance is caused by the unloader/pressure regulator valve or slipping belt on belt drive systems. Worn packings in the unloader will not maintain pressure. Try lowering the pressure to 1000 psi then slowly increase until problem reveals then lower pressure again to maintain steady stream. This problem can also develop if the wrong size tip is used in the gun. Example, if output rating is 3000 psi at 4.5 gal per min and you are using a tip for 3000 psi at 4 gpm. The unloader will release causing variance of pressure. Easy way to lower pressure of system is to increase the size of the tip to 5 or 5.5 gpm in a system rated at 4.5 gpm. Enjoy

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SOURCE: Karcher G 3000 BH Engine Pumping Problem

This may not be a motor problem. It sounds like your pump is not working properly and the motor is just following the pump. First thing to do is check for leaks in the pump, wand hose, gun etc. It may also be a blown water seal inside the pump.

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SOURCE: I have a 3000 psi karcher pressure washer with

sounds like you need a seal and bladder rebuild < if you liver in a cold environmet for winters please dont forget to winterize your washres every year before winter

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SOURCE: I want to remove the 4gpm pump on my pressure washer.

HI, It sounds like it is just stuck on the keyway as these can be very tight. You need to force the pump of evenly on either side and should come of if patient.

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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