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I would do both, locate a pump at a junk yard firs (archive)

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Posted by Bill R. on September 28, 2001 at 11:42:16:

In Reply to: Thanks Bill, called dealer posted by Scott H on September 28, 2001 at 11:28:54:

first and then install the kit in yours. That way if all else fails you have a source for one.


They said there is an infrequently ordered rebuild kit, and he has now clue what it consists of $61. New P/S pump $461. Yowza. I am a patient perfectionist when it comes to detailed stuff like this. Do you think I should get the rebuild kit and a new belt, or search the yards for a pump? I hate leaks, and this one is slowly leaking all over the front of the engine bay!

Thanks again!
Scott
'89 535i 5-spd





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