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Old 07-25-2007, 12:04 PM   #11
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Crash93 I haven't changed it yet, but that is next on my list.

I was very careful to clean (vacuum and compressed air) around the pump before removing it so I didn't get any trash into the tank, but I agree it is cheap insurance and I'm sure it needs to be changed anyway as a point of regular maintenance. Thanks for reminding me.
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When it comes to other people doing the work and getting dirty...we are great at recommendations.

Glad we could help.. Still running good?
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Yes, still running good. Now I've got to track down the leak I seem to be having near the inlet on my radiator - but that is another topic.
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