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|09-11-2019 06:15 AM|
|09-11-2019 06:14 AM|
|01treehugger||Thank You !|
|09-10-2019 05:41 PM|
The oil pump is the only thing on a Dmax that is lubed by UN-filtered oil.... but it dosent seem to care. |
|09-10-2019 05:39 PM|
Originally Posted by 01treehugger View Post
Besides, like hook said, you almost never see those things need to be replaced. They are essentially a life time part.
|09-10-2019 04:56 PM|
There are Logic safeguards on board that will warn before that happens. |
Watching your psi gauge is always a good thing too.
But oil pumps failing on a Dmax..are not a thing.
|09-10-2019 03:25 PM|
|01treehugger||I appreciate the advice. I have owned the truck since it was new and have maintained it well. When this mechanich suggested it to me it sounded a little questionable;that’s why I joined this forum. He also went on to say that if the oil pump goes it could burn up my motor. My truck runs very good for now.|
|09-10-2019 01:39 PM|
|J83||i would not tear into the engine to replace the oil pump just because, if its not giving you issues (which its probably not) leave it alone.|
|09-10-2019 01:14 PM|
No, your oil pump does not need to be changed preventatively. If you stay on top of your fluid change intervals, you’re good. Maybe keep an eye on your water pump to make sure it’s not damp around the weep hole. That’s a sign it needs replaced. |
Could change your serpentine belt, tensioner, and idler pulley‘s so it doesn’t leave you stranded sometime.
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|09-10-2019 12:29 PM|
I have a 2007 6.6 with 400,000 miles on it. I was told that since I was keeping it that I should replace oil pump for preventative maintenance. Is this true and is their anything else I should do ?