C h e c k that threaded cap (1) is not cracked and does not have damaged
t h r e a d s . F i x minor thread damage with a thread chaser. If more repair
i s needed, get a new oil pump.
Shims (2) are used to set pressure relief valve. The
n u m b e r of shims may differ from pump to pump. Some
p u m p s may have no shims.
P r e s s u r e relief valve spring (3) comes in a parts kit
w h i c h has new shims (2). If you get a new parts kit,
s a v e all the shims even if pump had no shims, Shims
w i l l be used later during pump test and adjustment.
Parts kit also has a new plunger (4) and a type of
s p r i n g retainer (5) with no threads. This plunger and
s p r i n g retainer are for late model pumps and should
n o t be used on early model pumps.
C h e c k that pressure relief valve spring (3) is not cracked or d a m a g e d . I f
i t is cracked or damaged, throw it away and get a new one.
Dry cleaning solvent is flammable. Do not use near
an open flame. Keep a fire extinguisher nearby when
solvent is used. Use only in well-ventilated places.
Failure to do this may result in injury to personnel
and damage to equipment.
Check that plunger (4) does not have cracks or burrs. Fix small burrs with
a fine mill file or-crocus cloth dipped in dry cleaning solvent. If more
r e p a i r is needed or if plunger is cracked, throw it away and get a new one.
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