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Re: Oil Pressure on G

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Plant Doctor

06-06-2003 16:21:16

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Ray: Sorry I did not get back to you sooner regarding this oil pressure isssue, but I am beyond busy right now and do not get much time to read this forum. The oil pressure on the "G" is regulated with a plunger type relief valve. The valve is located on the camshaft side of the engine on the engine mounting flange very close to the oil pressure gauge. The retaining plug on the engine flange looks like a big screw head. If you need more oil pressure remove the retaining plug. After removing the plug there should be a spring and a plunger. Add a washer or washers as needed between the spring and the retaining plug. If the oil pump is badly worn or the bearing are badly worn, adding washers will not be much help. Do not regulate the oil pressure much above 20 psi on the "G." Oil pump parts are getting more and more difficult to get for the N62. Good luck!

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Ray A

06-08-2003 04:56:07

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 Re: Re: Oil Pressure on G in reply to Plant Doctor, 06-06-2003 16:21:16  
After thought, when I was placing the washers between the plug and spring I did not see a plunger. I took the spring out with a pair of needle nose but no plunger. Could it be stuck way back there in that position? If so what does that do and how can I get it out? I took a look back in there but not knowing exactally what that plunger looks like could not detect it. Thanks, Ray

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Ray A

06-07-2003 20:06:24

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 Re: Re: Oil Pressure on G in reply to Plant Doctor, 06-06-2003 16:21:16  
Plant Doctor, put washers in today but pressure didn't change. Any additional comments before I think about oil pump or bearings?

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Ray A

06-06-2003 19:15:12

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 Re: Re: Oil Pressure on G in reply to Plant Doctor, 06-06-2003 16:21:16  
Thanks for the suggestions and help. Will try to increase oil pressure by adding washer. Will get back to you on results. Thanks again

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