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#1 goat

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Posted 01 January 2014 - 09:32 PM

good day

 

when l did the oil seals and timing belts on my 92 loyale about a year ago

l mistakenly took the reservoir off the ps- pump

and now it leaks

alot

 

l have replaced the o-ring

and searched for a gasket to no avail

 

any thoughts or clues

 

thanks

goat



#2 El Presidente

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Posted 03 January 2014 - 02:47 AM

I'd just get a new one from the Junkyard if you can't find the gasket. You could also make a gasket with some bulk gasket material(you can get it at the autoparts store, it comes in a sheet) or just take it back apart, clean it really well, and reasemble it with anaerobic sealant. 

 

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#3 goat

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Posted 05 January 2014 - 12:31 AM

l was thinking along the same lines

dont know what the gasket should or would look like (dont know what happened to it when l first took the tank off)

 

is rtv an anarobic sealant (im thinking not...)

 

thnaks

goat






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