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Say does the 91 tempo gl have a fuse for the oil pump?

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2006-03-03 04:03:45
2006-03-03 04:03:45

An oil pump is completely mechanically operated, and is internal to the engine. There is no fuse, because since it is not an electrical componet, there is no electricity involved in it's operation. If it has failed, the engine will have to be at least partially disassembled to service.

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