Oil pump - removal and refitting
1 Remove the sump.
2 Unscrew the bolt securing the pick-up tube and strainer to the cylinder block (see illustration).
30.2 Unscrewing the oil pick-up tube securing bolt
3 Using a suitable splined socket, unscrew the two securing bolts and withdraw the oil pump and strainer (see illustration).
30.3 Unscrewing an oil pump securing bolt
4 If desired, the hexagon-shaped driveshaft can be withdrawn, but note which way round it is fitted (see illustration).
30.4 Withdrawing the oil pump driveshaft
engages with the lower end of the distributor driveshaft.
5 Thoroughly clean the mating faces of the oil pump and cylinder block.
6 Commence refitting by inserting the oil pump driveshaft into the cylinder block in its previously noted position.
7 Prime the pump by injecting oil into it and turning it by hand.
8 Fit the pump, insert the securing bolts, and tighten them to the specified torque.
9 Fit the pick-up tube securing bolt and tighten it.
10 Refit the sump.
Windscreen wiper motor and linkage - removal and refitting
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Manifolds, exhaust and emission control systems
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Minor body damage - repair
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