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Old 10-16-2003, 02:09 PM
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Originally posted by tkamiya
I wouldn't try it either.... It'll be difficult to seal it correctly and reliably after the repair. If the leak ocurrs, it's flamable liquid that would leak. AND it's not that expensive to buy new.

I saw a cut-out diagram somewhere.... If I'm not mistaken, its an electrical motor immersed in gasoline, isn't it?
YIKES!

The part about "not being expensive to buy new"...that's where my "cost vs. labor" decision comes into play...now if we were talking about the throttle body actuator, well yeah, I'd crack it open if I could.

Of course, we've had members resolder OVPs and they go inexpensively new as well...
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