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G-oil presure surge

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karen r. alexander

11-05-2002 17:42:31

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hay guys help this girl out, after redoing the engine and also putting in rebuilt oil pump. The oil pressure surges jumps to 20 for a second and drops back to 0. have blead it got a little better but still surges? What did we do wrong?

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Don E. Foster

11-09-2002 08:50:22

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 Re: g-oil presure surge in reply to karen r. alexander, 11-05-2002 17:42:31  
I bought a used Ford 2000 that would loose oil presure completely. Shut it off and start up again OK....for a while. Took the oil pan off and found lots of HAY in the crankcase!!!! I also bought a breather cap for it!!!! The hay would float up and block the screen when running. Shut it off and it would fall away,

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Steve in N.J.

11-06-2002 05:18:32

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 Re: g-oil presure surge in reply to karen r. alexander, 11-05-2002 17:42:31  
I remember reading on this site way back a ways, someone having oiling troubles, and I do remember one of the fellows here said to check the oil screen in the oil pan to make sure it's clear and not partially plugged or even fallen off into the oil pan. Might be something to check. I don't remember if the person who had the problem said it was surging as your's is. Could be a possibility I guess. I'm sure some of the folks on the site can give you a few more things to check.... Good Luck! Steve B.

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Bryan Smith

11-07-2002 06:18:29

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 Re: Re: g-oil presure surge in reply to Steve in N.J., 11-06-2002 05:18:32  
A while back someone mentioned priming the oil pump. I've never had to do this, but he said to remove the oil filter and use a squirt oil can to fill up the line to the oil pump. He *may* have said remove an oil line and squirt into it - I just don't remember. I do know that you are supposed to submerge a new oil pump in oil before installation to get oil throughout and prime it. I'm not sure if that's practical or even possible with a B's oil pump type and location. The priming idea may be worth a look (in addition to the oil pickup idea already noted).

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11-07-2002 06:19:29

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 Re: Re: Re: g-oil presure surge in reply to Bryan Smith, 11-07-2002 06:18:29  
Excuse me - that should be a G's oil pump location (I must have B on the brain today!).

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