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Thread: GQ TD42 Diesel on Front Diff

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    I've now had my pump replaced with a boost compensated one but replacing the O rings did stop the leak , the hardest part of doing it yourself I reckon is getting the bloody slotted screws undone because you need an impact driver and the intake manifold is in the way .

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    Give it astray with carbi or brake cleaner then blow it off
    . Then a bit of powder .. then look

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    I had the same leak on mine. It was coming from the diamond shaped plate cover. It's very hard to get your hands in there as it's cluttered so I took it to mechanics. Turned out to be a simple O-ring replacement that cost $50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveGQ View Post
    I had the same leak on mine. It was coming from the diamond shaped plate cover. It's very hard to get your hands in there as it's cluttered so I took it to mechanics. Turned out to be a simple O-ring replacement that cost $50.
    Geez that's cheap if they replaced it for that .

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    Yeah I was pretty relieved, was thinking it might be a $2000+ pump reco.

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