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rburks

Hey Guys, I thought i would post this link to buy the Vacuum pump seal kit from cummins online, This company { HOESLI DIESEL in Evansville,IN} is a Cummins Authorized Service center & distributor. As you will see on there site, they stock all Dodge cummins 5.9L diesel O.E.M. parts. There was a thread on CF yesterday where a Guy was quoted one from Dodge @ 112.00++ HOESLI DIESEL: PHONE# 1-800-487-1001 OR 1-812-473-5604 hoeslidiesel.com/store/page2.html Cummins part# 4089742 vacuum pump seal kit price $10.76 REMEMBER TO BE SURE YOU LET THEM KNOW YOU GOT THE LINK FROM THIS WEBSITE, SO THEY WILL SEE THE NEED TO ADVERTISE ON MOPAR'S WEBSITE OR FORUM

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volkswagon

I'm just wondering about where the vaccum pump is. Is it bolted to the block with the power steering pump attached to it? I have a leak happening in there and just want to verify that i'm on the right track.

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Prowelder

Hey,Does that kit include the double lip seal for the power steering pump shaft???The Gould Kit worked well for me!!!:thumb1:V-Dub, yep it is mounted to the block with 2 bolts up front and a bracket on the lower bottom power steering pump bolt!Later,Winslow

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Prowelder

Hey,

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Bracket that holds pump to block. Mine was missing the bolt so I replaced it with a custom stud!

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Stud.

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Vac pump bolt.

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Vac and PS pump.

Later,

Winslow

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Prowelder

That look much easier to handle the vacuum pump and power steering pump in single package than trying to remove the power steering pump in the truck...

Hey, Yeah I would never try to remove just the power steering pump! A man would have to be insane, plus have a bigger risk of a leak!!:thumb1: Later, Winslow

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Mopar1973Man

Hey, Yeah I would never try to remove just the power steering pump! A man would have to be insane, plus have a bigger risk of a leak!!:thumb1: Later, Winslow

Been there done that... Thankfully not on my truck...:stuned:

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volkswagon

So do you remove it from the top or the bottom? It looks to me like it's in a nasty place to get at:shrug:

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Prowelder

So do you remove it from the top or the bottom? It looks to me like it's in a nasty place to get at:shrug:

Hey, Both. One bolt is up top, the other is on the bottom. The bracket bolt is on top too and so are the lines!:thumb1: There is a little oil feed line between the pump and block that is a little bit of a pain!!:ahhh: Here is a link for you: http://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/98-5-02-powertrain/220656-vp-44-150-hp-injectors-psc-power-steering-pump-install.html Scroll threw it and I show what needs to be done!!!:thumb1: Later, Winslow

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Prowelder

Been there done that... Thankfully not on my truck...:stuned:

Hey, You're insane man!!! You need to get your head checked out!!!!!!!:lol: Later, Winslow

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volkswagon

Thanks for the help there Prowelder:thumbup2: I hate to think how I'd manage if it wasn't for all the good help I get here:)

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Prowelder

Thanks for the help there Prowelder:thumbup2: I hate to think how I'd manage if it wasn't for all the good help I get here:)

Hey, Anytime sir!!!:thumb1: I've got several write-ups on various things if you need anything!!:thumb1: Later, Winslow

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ISX

$10? Are you serious? I thought it would cost me a fortune. Mine is to the point the vents will take a minute to changeover from defrost or they won't even bother changing, then 10 minutes later it will change. I think the vacuum lines are pretty crappy too though. I got a 90 that looks like it kinks it but not sure how else to do it.

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volkswagon

I ordered my seal kit from Hoesli Diesel today for the $10.76. My local Dodge dealer wanted $152 for it:spend:

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rburks

WOW!!! Thats quite a bit of difference in price... I bought a injector line the other day , price was 80.99 @ cummins.... 159.00 from dodge dealer

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rburks

Hey, Does that kit include the double lip seal for the power steering pump shaft??? The Gould Kit worked well for me!!!:thumb1: V-Dub, yep it is mounted to the block with 2 bolts up front and a bracket on the lower bottom power steering pump bolt! Later, Winslow

Yes, it comes complete with the seal for the shaft & o-rings & gasket... but if i remember correctly it was not a double lip seal.. it worked o.k. for mine, the shaft was in good condition & was not wore where the seal rides on the shaft. Peter Goulds kit is a very good kit, comes w tool to install and everything.. he's a stand-up guy, friendly and helpful, he talked w/me on the phone for several min. and gave me some helpful tips on installation even though i did not buy the kit from him. I would say that if your shaft is wore you should go with his kit. I think the price is around 60.00 I FOUND MINE LEAKING WHEN I INSTALLED MY VP PUMP AND HAD ALREADY BOUGHT THE CUMMINS KIT BEFORE I CAME ACROSS HIS WEBSITE...fixingrams.com "PETER GOULD"

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Prowelder

Yes, it comes complete with the seal for the shaft & o-rings & gasket... but if i remember correctly it was not a double lip seal.. it worked o.k. for mine, the shaft was in good condition & was not wore where the seal rides on the shaft. Peter Goulds kit is a very good kit, comes w tool to install and everything.. he's a stand-up guy, friendly and helpful, he talked w/me on the phone for several min. and gave me some helpful tips on installation even though i did not buy the kit from him. I would say that if your shaft is wore you should go with his kit. I think the price is around 60.00 I FOUND MINE LEAKING WHEN I INSTALLED MY VP PUMP AND HAD ALREADY BOUGHT THE CUMMINS KIT BEFORE I CAME ACROSS HIS WEBSITE...fixingrams.com "PETER GOULD"

Hey, I gotcha! Dealing with Peter was flawless! His DVD didn't work too well so he sent me a new one right away!!:thumb1: Later, Winslow

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