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Old 11-21-2010, 06:44 PM   eBay Motors  #1 (permalink)
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oil pump

has anyone changed one? how hard is it?
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engine has to come out.

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doesnt pan have to be dropped?
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Old 11-21-2010, 06:54 PM   eBay Motors  #4 (permalink)
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doesnt pan have to be dropped?
Yes, the upper pan has to come off. To get the upper pan off the engine has to come out.

BUT If you are hell-bent on doing it in the truck, the trans has to come out, the entire front suspension and front differential has to come out. Along with the whole front of the engine. Much easier to just pull the engine in my opinion.

I have to ask though...what makes you say the oil pump needs to be replaced? Oil pump failures are incredibly rare..
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Yes, the upper pan has to come off. To get the upper pan off the engine has to come out.

BUT If you are hell-bent on doing it in the truck, the trans has to come out, the entire front suspension and front differential has to come out. Along with the whole front of the engine. Much easier to just pull the engine in my opinion.

I have to ask though...what makes you say the oil pump needs to be replaced? Oil pump failures are incredibly rare..
i dont believe its out... its just my gauge is doin all kinds of funny things... to were it will be reading fine then drop to 0 and start dinging then... start working again or sometimes staying at 0
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Probably the sender. Much more common failure, or the cluster itself.
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Probably the sender. Much more common failure, or the cluster itself.
I agree. 99 times out of 100 its the sender.

The duramax oil pumps are very simple and reliable. I have only heard of ONE oil pump failure.
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i have a new sender sitting here waiting to be put in lol.... so i heard they suck to do
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Probably the sender. Much more common failure, or the cluster itself.
If the stepper motor is bad it wont set the oil warning light on.
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I agree. 99 times out of 100 its the sender.

The duramax oil pumps are very simple and reliable. I have only heard of ONE oil pump failure.
His would be the other 1

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i have a new sender sitting here waiting to be put in lol.... so i heard they suck to do
I guarentee you they are easiar to do then the oil pump. You sure there isnt fuel in the oil from the bad injector?
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