Thanks guys. Went back out today armed with a little bit of knowledge. I pulled the out line off at the pump and fired it up. Fluid came out, pulsing, but I could hold my finger over the port indefinitely, no pressure. Next step (he thought) was to check for oil supply to the pump, best I was able to do at the time was get the hose clamp loose and slide a screwdriver between the hose and pipe, and fluid did come out seemingly freely, at least enough that the pump should have built up pressure after a few seconds with my thumb over it.
So maybe it is the drive splines, and it's still spinning the pump a tad. Zerk, what zerk? :oops: Whaddya think? Should I pull the pump as a unit, or pull the front cover off to double check if it's turning or not? Can I just drill a hole through the shaft and put a bolt through it? :)
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