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Old 05-05-2003, 05:05 PM
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reassembling the sls pump

ok i took out the sls pump from my car to reseal the back of it wih red RTV and after i removed the pump i removed the front cover of the pump and heres where im at , the samll crankshaft, the ring on the crankshaft and the disc that jojns the crankshaft to the engine allready cleaned and dipped in atf fluid, when putting it back toghether should i seal the front pump cover with rtv?
i know i have to seal the back of it to the engine but im not sure about the front cover. what else should i be carefull with, any grease in there ?? please advice beafore i put it back toghether

thanx a lot
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Old 05-05-2003, 10:10 PM
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We never use RTV on anything. I would just get a new seal kit and install new o-rings and a new gasket between it and the engine block. Then it will not leak.
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Old 05-05-2003, 10:46 PM
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im using rtv while i get the repair kit, got any info on it, part number, for the o-rings , gasket and seals, i already installed it and im very happy with my work, but not happy with the red rtv i know itll hold for a while but i need the whole repair kit, benzmac source me the part number please, i want to d it all over again and if i replace the seals o-rings and gasket ill finally be completely satisfied with the job
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