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(1991 Ford Ranger)
in Richmond, MI on November 04, 2010
What drives the oil pump? and what couldve possibly broke that wont spin the shaft to the oil pump anymore?
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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?
on July 23, 2017
engine starts and runs great but no oil pressure. Just put a new oil pump in still no oil pressure. I can turn the intermediate shaft and it doesn't feel like I'm turning anything up in the engine where the auxillary shaft is at.
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