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Re: Hyd Pump Rebuild tips
It varies on the year - the torques for those banjo bolts changed
around 85-86. I don't have the Bentley handy to find the figures.
Perhaps someone can look it up...
> It's the 30 pounds, Ryan. Bentley calls for 11 pounds for that bolt, I
> believe. The largest bolt on the pump only gets 18 pounds.
> Kneale Brownson
> At 06:54 PM 7/12/99 -0400, Ryrobes@aol.com wrote:
> ><< Maybe the washer is the cause.
> > These crush washers are supposed to be used only once.
> > It's pretty common for at least one of them to leak when they are re-used.
> > And since they are almost impossible to find except at the Audi dealer they
> > are often re-used.
> > They are not included in the seal kit.
> > Dave C.
> > >>
> >I replaced the crush washer (and tightened it to about 30), thats when the
> >metal tubing that runs from the pump split because of the pressure. I have a
> >replacement hose, but I'm not sure what the problem might be, but I'll start
> > 1) Replacing the split hose (from the pump to the "bomb" I think?)
> > 2) Re-sealing the hydraulic pump
> > 3) Dump in the Pentosin fluid, and check what goes wrong then (is the
> >fluid synthetic or non, I wasn't clear about that)
> >When the pump leaks itself dry and has no fluid or pressure, that would
> >trigger the BRAKE symbol on the little dash screen, right?
> > Thanks alot,
> >Ryan R.
> >95' Honda Accord EX
> >84' Honda Prelude Si