Oil Pressure on 1991 Ford Ranger

What drives the oil pump? and what couldve possibly broke that wont spin the shaft to the oil pump anymore?

by in Richmond, MI on November 04, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on November 04, 2010
The oil pump is driven by the auxillary pulley/shaft inside the timing cover. This pulley is driven by the timing belt. A broken timing belt would mean a non functional oil pump, among other things. What is your symptom?
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