Re: Ford 9N looses oil prime to oil pump in reply to tysmobiletractor, 06-11-2019 15:48:23
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What the heck, Tim, a 9N doesn't have to be split at the clutch housing to drop the oil pan.
On the other hand, by simply removing the oil drain plug and reaching finger or two up there, the O. P. can tweak the oil pickup tube around and determine if the solder joint connecting it to the oil pump is intact, or not.
Doen't matter much, tho., if loose, the oil pan has to be removed to remove the parts for repair.
If it's NOT loose/cracked free of the pump, the oil pump is for sure "bad" and repairs or replacement is made complicated by the fact that Ford thought it would be a GREAT idea to cast the oil pump body in common with the front main bearing cap.
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