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REPAIR AVAILABLE ON OILDYNE PUMPS

THE MOTOR

THE MOTOR OF OILDYNE MOTORS IS STRONG BUT WATER GETS INSIDE THE INSIDE

IS SO BAD THAT THE MOTOR MODULE SHOULD BE CHANGED.

JUST REMOVE TWO SMALL SCREWS ON THE LOWER CORNERS AND

THE MOTOE FALLS OFF. AN 'O' RING GOES AROUND THE BASE WHEN INSTALLED AND

A COUPLER GOES THE SHAFT AND PUMP

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THE ASSEMBLY

IF THE WHOLE PUMP IS NECESSARY IT IS AVAILABLE

 

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IF THE MOTOR WORKS BUT THE PUMP DOES NOT MOVE THE RAMS.

THE PUMP MAY HAVE LEAKING PRESSURE RELIEF VALVES

TEST PROCEDURE

WITH THE PLASTIC TANK REMOVED YOU WILL SEE TUBES HANGING BELOW

THE PUMP. WITH THE PUMP ALL HOOKED UP EXCEPT THE TANK SIT IT ON A COOKIE PAN

TO CATCH ANY SPILLED OIL.  THE TUBE WITH THE SCREEN IS THE SUCTION INPUT.

IF YOU PUT A SHORTENED BEER CAN WITH THE INPUT SCREEN INSIDE WITH OIL

IN THE CAN, THE TRIM WILL OPERATE.  IF IN UP OR DOWN, OIL COMES OUT EITHER THE OTHER TUBES

THE UP OR DOWN DIRECTION WHICH GOES WITH THAT TUBE WILL FAIL TO MOVE.

IF YOU LOSEN THE NUT ON THAT TUBE WITHOUT MOVING THE POSITION OF THE NUT,

UNSCREW THE TUBE AN CATCH THE TUBE, SPRING, AND BALL WHICH IS THE RELIEF VALVE.

MOST TIMES IF THE PARTS AND SEAT OF THE BALL ARE CLEANED AND REPLACED TO THE SAME

POSITION USING THE UNMOVED NUT FOR A GAUGE, RETEST AND SEE IF THE LEAKED VALVE IS FIXED.

IF IT STILL LEAKS RETRY OR BUY A NEW VALVE FROM MERCRUISER.

 

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