Replace oil pump labor on 2004 Ford Explorer

by in Saint Paul, MN on July 22, 2014
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ANSWER by on July 23, 2014
Oil pumps actually rarely ever fail. If you've really lost oil pressure the bearing will need to be closely examined. Engine should be inspected, then pulled and inspected, and then repaired as necessary to correct the problem. Oil pump alone would be at least 6.5 hours if all went ok, and without confirming the actual pressure before hand. What is that actual issue you are having?
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