Price check: Ps pump (1 Viewer)

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The line running to the cooler cracked on a 3 hour ride home yesterday from the mtns and I'm pretty confident took out the pump. When I looked to see if there was any fluid coming out a hint of smoke came out so I'm guessing it's toasted. Being Labor Day my local dealership and favorite parts house is closed. Any one bought a oem pump lately?
 
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I would say patch the line and try it first. Doesn't hurt to try right. If not I am parting out my motor and have a used but good stock pump I would part with.
 
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I got lucky, I bypassed the cooler with a single line and the pump came back to life. I can't really see how this small metal inline cooler is doing much. It's just more hose clamps and another line to go bad. I'll eventually hook it back up because I'm sure they did it for a reason. Being I cleaned it with degreaser and I'm sure some got in the lines I didn't want to contaminate fresh fluid.
 

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I got lucky, I bypassed the cooler with a single line and the pump came back to life. I can't really see how this small metal inline cooler is doing much. It's just more hose clamps and another line to go bad. I'll eventually hook it back up because I'm sure they did it for a reason. Being I cleaned it with degreaser and I'm sure some got in the lines I didn't want to contaminate fresh fluid.

Not that hard/expensive to rebuild the pump if needed. John
 

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