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What makes you think the oil needs replacing. These pumps typically are sealed and have no servicing requirements. You one uses a 3 piston wobble pump which I suspect will have a grease packed bearing in it. (I haven't checked your one, but this is common in these pumps)
Posted on May 21, 2016
first of all put the car on ramps and for safety put something behind the rear wheel and then start taking the bolts out of the pan and once the bolts are out use a large rubber hammer to get the pan loose do not use anything to pry the pan off and you see your oil pump
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
It sounds like the check valve in the oil pump either has some trash in it or has gone bad. If it's a two wheel drive I don't remember the oil pan being that hard to get off. You can then drop the pickup and oil pump and soak them overnight in some parts cleaner. That may solve the problem, if there's trash in it. But if you're going to go through that much trouble, an oil pump shouldn't be that much I'd just replace it. So the problem doesn't come back. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
No. Just remove the oil pan and the oil pump mounting bolt and the oil pickup tube nut and there is no need to lift the engine. Hope this helped and best wishes.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
You could have a blocked or broken oil pickup inside the sump or a broken spring in relief valve Think relief valve is on pump on those but not sure I'd be looking hard at pickup in sump
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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