Mineral Oil alternative

Robert Myers robert@s-cars.org
Tue, 01 Jul 2003 21:04:35 -0400

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Whatever happened to the old idea, "If it ain't broke don't fix it"?  Odds
are it's just the X-plug O-ring leaking.  If that's the case then why
rebuild the whole pump?  Direct visual observation should tell you where
the leak is happening.  It may require wiping off the surface so that fresh
leakage becomes readily apparent.

At 08:29 PM 7/1/2003 -0400, Kneale Brownson wrote:

>At 03:26 PM 07/01/2003 -0700, Digitalorg wrote:
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>>I do need to remove the pump don't I ?
>>You sounds like it's an easy job.
>I wouldn't call it "easy", but resealing an hydraulics pump is about like
>rebuilding a brake caliper in difficulty.  Best description of the process
>I've read is in the Bentley for the 1989-91 Type 44's, but the one in the
>Bentley for '84-88 isn't bad.  If you don't have either, I can e-mail you
>the former.
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