What is cost of oil pump on 1994 silhouette?
433$ and 900$
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the engine has to be raised from the chassie then take the oil pan off, and the oil pump is on the left side of the block i think there is two or three bolts to remove the pump.
I just did this & don't know if I can tell you completely from memory. You are going to want to remove the plastic splashguard from the bottom of the truck. I had drained the oil too, but don't know if that is required. You can find the oil pump looking under the engine, near the right front wheel (…passenger side wheel).There are four bolts holding the oil pump in place. When removing the oil pump, note the position of the spindle in relationship to the pump body - some repair manuals suggest making a mark to note the orientation. When you put the new pump back on, make sure it is the same orientation. (MORE)
Need to remove engine mount bolts jack motor up as high as possible best to remove disributor cap as not to crack it remove oil pan remove oil pump and shaft install new pick up screen so that screen is flat with the bottom of pump have to hammer it in using vise grips clipped above ring on screen r…einstall shaft and reverse process. : You mind aswell buy a new motor because the old one could not have survived without the oil pump running. Its also easier/potentially cheaper to slap a rebuilt motor for $900 into the truck, rather than replacing all the gaskets, seals and rusted bolts you will have to remove to change the oil pump. (MORE)
Answer . \nEngine Size?\n. \nAnyways, look on one of the valve covers, I believe you will find it there.
Answer . Oil pump is going to be inside the oil pan at the bottom of the engine. If your going to replace it, be sure to replace both end gaskets as well as the pan gaskets and don't over torque the bolts back on.. Answer . \nUnfortunatly I disagree, with previous answer The oil pump is locat…ed in the timing cover and is run off the crank pulley The cover needs to come off then there are 9 t25 screws holding it on THE SUMP OR PICKUP IS LOCATED IN THE OIL PAN AND DOES NOT HAVE TO BE REMOVED TO REPLACE THE PUMP. Answer . \nThe second answer is true. I just replaced the timing chain and guides in my Saturn. You probably don't need just the pump if you're having problems. He didn't tell you that there's 17 screws holding the timing chain cover on or that you'll have to remove pullys, move the power steering pump out of the way for one screw and an remove an engine mount, at the least. Also you'll want to remove the right front tire so you can gain somewhat easier access to that side of the engine. (MORE)
there is only one oil psi sender on driver side bottom of moter try refrazeing the question
Answer . Pull or lift the engine, drop the pan then replace the oil pump.. Answer . Pull or lift the engine, drop the pan then replace the oil pump.
connect fuel gauge to schrader valve on fuel rail. Turn key to ON,do not start engine. The pressure should be 42-47 psi.
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Answer . \ni suspect its the same as a 95.\nthat pump is a rotary type behind the bottom crankshaft pulley and inside the front cover. (timing chain cover)
\n. \n Answer \n. \nYou'll need to remove the oil pan. That usually requires that you disconnect the engine mounts and lift the engine a few inches. Once the engine is up, pull the pan bolts and the oil pump is connected to the screen that's hanging down.\n. \nUnfortunately, you probably won…'t be able to improve the oil pressure by changing the oil pump. If the engine is running but has low oil pressure it's probably caused by worn main and/or rod bearings. Rather than changing the oil pump, try a slightly heavier grade oil. If you've been using 5W15, change to 10W30 or 15W50. Whatever you have been using, just go up a number. If that improves your oil pressure, it's definitely not a problem with the oil pump. (MORE)
Oil pumps can cost from $80 to $200. It all depends on which vehicle you have.
Answer . Usually this means a head gasket is leaking somewhere. Or if you happen to have a oil cooler mounted to the radiator that could be be where it is leaking, but this is not usually the case. If you notice whitesh smoke out of the exhaust then it is definitely a head gasket leak. Usually t…he oil will also contain some coolant in it. It will appear as a whitesh foam. This needs to be fixed bc it will only get worse. (MORE)
Answer . oil pump is inside oil pan, so yes it is a hard job
turn ignition to first on position and depress gas pedal three times. Start car if light doesn't go off try again.
Yes, the 2000 Olds Silouette has an engine oil cooler, as well as a transmission oil cooler for the automatic tranny. The engine oil cooler is built in to the engine oil filter housing. Water/coolant enters from the engine block, circulates around the filter housing and exits through a tube to the l…ower intake manifold. If an engine starts getting oil in the coolant and coolant in the engine oil, this could very well be the source of the problem. An internal leak. . (MORE)
The cost to replace a 1994 LeBaron oil pump ranges from $36 to$100+. The price varies on where the part is bought, the brand ofthe part, and any labor or shipping costs.
Answer . Pull the oil pan off and it will be bolted to the based of the engine block.
We replaced ours and it cost 21.95 for a lifetime water pump.....My husband replaced it by himself...
The oil pump on a 1994 Ford Mustang is located on the bottom of theengine, under the oil pan. It bolts directly to the bottom of theengine and sucks oil up from the pan.
3.3L, inside of the timing chain cover. 3.5L, behind the timingbelt. Both run off of the front of the crankshaft.
To have a mechanic replace the oil pump on a Ford Transit Connectvan the price is anywhere from $598 to $755 for labor. The cost ofthe pump is from $36 to $49.
The oil pump is located on the bottom of the 2003 Silhouetteengine. The oil pan has to be removed to get to it.
Remove the belt by loosening the tensioner pulley. Remove the powersteering hoses. Remove the retaining nuts. Reverse the process toinstall the new power steering pump.
At the bottom front of the engine. You will need to disassemble the timing belt cover and remove the oil pan to access it.
\nRemove one battery post. Find the starter and remove the wire connectors - after marking where they are to be reinstalled on the new starter. Remove bolts from starter and install new sarter in the same position Reconnect the electrical connections.
It is either an intake gasket, or head gasket most likely...bring it in to a mechanic.
I just got an estimate for 1200 dollars to replace the one on my 2002.
It all depends on the size of the motor. If its a 2.4 or a 3.0 it is a dealer only part. That means you will need to take it to a dodge dealer, but if its a 2.7 V6 its $112.00. Hope that helps you out a little bit.
The engine oil should go in the valve cover which would be on the front bank (since the engine is in sideways). The cover should say something like Engine Oil, and what viscosity to use right on it.
You can find pictures of oil pumps at most Ford automobiledealerships. Many auto-parts websites will also have pictures ofFord oil pumps.
If one takes a look at the schematics of a 1994 Oldsmobilesilhouette minivan, one can see a fuse block, washer switch, andwindshield wiper. There are also the power input, washer control,motor ground, and circuit board.
The water pump itself, is about 50 bucks from Advance Auto. The labor varies greatly. It is an internal waterpump and the timing belt must be removed then re-timed again after changing the water pump.
The oil pump is bolted to the bottom of the engine , inside the oil pan
Yes , the oil pump is bolted to the bottom of the engine inside the oil pan. Yes , the oil pump is bolted to the bottom of the engine inside the oil pan
Inside the engine, linked to the end of the camshaft, one end sits in the oil pan
\nFirst of all, the best place to check is your owner's manual. It will depend on the size of the engine in said Silhouette. If it is a four cylinder, it should hold around 4 quarts, and if it's a six cylinder engine it should hold about 5 quarts.
First, you assume that any condition that affects oil pressure and possibly the oil pump will either be caused by or will result in the wear of the main and rod bearings. Excessive gap between the bearings and the crankshaft will result in low oil pressure readings and will most often not be cau…sed by the oil pump. Rather than changing the oil pump, I always recommend that you first change to a thicker grade engine oil. If you've been using 5W15 in the past, change to 10W30 or even 15W40. Having said that, if you still insist on changing the oil pump: 1. Drop the oil pan. You will most likely need to lift the engine a few inches so plan to disconnect the motor mounts. You shouldn't need to disconnect much else but just in case, watch around the engine as you lift it, make certain that you don't pull any wires or hoses. 2. Once the oil pan is off you'll be able to see the oil pump pickup screen hanging down. The oil pump should come off easily, just unbolt it. 3. The new oil pump should be "pre-primed" before you put it in. In other words, fill it with oil. Most will drip out but you still don't want to put it into service "dry". 4. Put the new oil pump in place using the new gasket/o-ring then bolt it in. 5. Make sure the engine block surface is clean and that you've removed all of the old gasket. 6. Put the oil pan back in place after cleaning it using a new gasket. Set the engine back down on the motor mounts and bolt them in place. You're done. But don't expect the oil pressure to be much different. (MORE)
Maintenance Schedule . The best way to get the maintenance schedule for your vehicle is to go to www.genuineservice.com and choose maintenance schedule from the left column. You'll then need to enter your VIN or answer some questions (year, model, transmission, etc.) about your vehicle. You'll ge…t a complete maintenance schedule for your Ford Expedition. Good luck.. -------------------------------------------------------------. Check out the "http://www.edmunds.com/products/maintguide/index.html" (no VIN needed). Not only will it tells you the manufacturers recommended service, it'll estimate what it should cost in your zip code. (MORE)
It is in the oil pan. And you do not have to pull the engine, But you will have to take motor mounts loose and raise engine up as high as it will go. It's a tough job to do on your back. The exhaust will have to be taken loose from engine and pulled down. Remove dust cover on transmission and st…arter. Then remove the oil pan. (MORE)
please helpp me replace a oil pump for my 94 grand prix, I 'm having problems removing oil pan! what do I needto do ?
\nYou must remove the oil pan to access the oil pump. It is simple to replace once you get to it.
It is inside of the engine oil pan. You will have to remove the oil pan to get to it.
$2400 _______________________________________________________________ It depends on which engine you have and in what geographic area your vehicle is located. For a 2.4L engine in the Middle Tennessee Area, the part runs $231 (incl. tax) at Autozone and the labor around $700 at an independent shop… to $900 at a dealer. (Of course the dealer would charge more for the OEM part also.) So if you have the 4 cyl., you could get it done for under $1000 here. (MORE)
oil pump is going to be 1 of 2 places. inside your oil pan, or where your oil filter attaches. never worked on a Dakota but have never seen a pump anywhere else. hope this helps.
There should never be a need to purge the oil pump on any Harley, but the easiest way to remove all oil from the pump is to simply remove the outer cover. Replace the gasket when reinstalling the cover. Once the pump is dry, it may require priming to function properly. To prime it, remove the che…ck valve plug (the highest part on the pump) and fill that cavity with oil, then replace the plug and crank the motor. (MORE)
It's not too bad of a job, but you've got to move whatever is in the way of the oil pan. Once the pan is off, there is one bolt that holds the pump on the thrust bearing cap. Watch for the distributor drive shaft to drop down with the pump. This would be a good time to upgrade to a drive shaft wi…th a steel sleeve. Much more reliable for just a few dollars. Also, it's best to put a couple welds on the new pickup if you're using the oem press-in style. The aftermarket ones are often bolted on which works well. Either way works fine. This information applies to the older small block Chevys, and should be pretty much the same on a '94 (MORE)
depends on year,engine size, and if its 4x4 or 4x2 but usually around 500 to 700 depending on your mechanices labor rate
The oil pump is on the front of the crank bolted to the block that is if you have the 4.6 as i do. need more info let me know as i have put about 6000.00 into mine
This Just Happened to mine Id take it to a mechanic the oil pump isabove the 4wheel drive youd have to take off the motor mounts andjack the motor up is a pain in the butt. After the Part and laboryour looking at 350-400$ fix