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Re: Back to the "slow to oil pressurre" N

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03-21-2013 15:21:37
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If you prove the pump and pick-up are not the issue and it looks like you are doing that... It looks like you are going to have to take a look into the engine after the pump...

A delay in pressure could be from clearance way out of spec pump connection to block,cam/crank etc that a good pump can over come once it overcomes the clearance with oil pressure/volume...

Y'all are going way over kill for me but I commend Y'all going the extra mile...

I check the suction side of the pump (with out removing the pan on a N) if its good move on to the other side of the pump (pan removed)....

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03-21-2013 21:02:18
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 Re: Back to the "slow to oil pressurre" N in reply to Hobo,NC, 03-21-2013 15:21:37  
I see this same thing when any old engine sit awhile. Oil drains back & it takes a bit for it to pick up & show pressure again. Probably worn/too large clearances in oil pump when it is not a leak in suction tube. Just my opinion. Personally, even though a bit alarming, it seems to be "all is well".



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