Re: Gasket for Oil Pump Type 1 Motor
- --- In AirVW@yahoogroups.com, "flybynightkarmarepair" <ryoung@...>
> --- In AirVW@yahoogroups.com, "Gavin Van Der Berg" <gvdberg@> wrote:
> > Hi All
> > I am busy assembling a Type 1 1600 and i would like to know what
> > gasket arrangement for the oil pump which has the normal flatplate up
> > front ??should get one.
> > Thanks for now
> > Gavin
> This is well described in every VW manual extant. You really
>and the pump body, the
> There should be 2 gaskets, the thicker one goes between the case
> thinner one between the pump body and the cover plates. Use gasketsealer on the
> gaskets, the studs, and the nuts that hold the cover plate, but NOTon the pump body
> where it fits into the case. Grease the gears, and pack the pumpwith white grease. Torgue
> is 14 ft-lbs for the nuts.I have an oil leak around the oil pump cover. Do I need to pull the
oil pump body and start over? How do you pull the pump body?
- --- In AirVW@yahoogroups.com, "charlie4_66043" <radfordc@...> wrote:
> I have an oil leak around the oil pump cover. Do I need to pull theMaybe, maybe not. Perhaps the pump cover is not very flat, and is not sealing properly.
> oil pump body and start over?
Perhaps the leak is through the studs themselves. Lotsa reasons it might leak.
> How do you pull the pump body?I refer back to my previous answer:
> > This is well described in every VW manual extant. You reallyPull the pump cover and the pump gears off. Then either use a special puller:
> should get one.
or two big straight blade screw drivers on either side of the pump to slowly and carefully
wiggle and pull it out.