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Vacuum pump on 6.0???

Has anyone swapped one of these out? Mine took a dump today, and it's not covered under the engine warranty. I'll be swapping it out myself, just looking for any tips. Thanks----Chris

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Mine failed two weeks ago. B/C of the impending storm (we got +2ft of snow) I had the dealer do it for me as I had no time b4 the storm.

My buddy printed out the procedure from a shop he works at.

Basically....
remove or loosen the belt.
Remove 3 bolts that hold the pump on
Swap over the pulley...you'll need a puller and then a press.
Bolt it back up and put the belt back on.

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Swapped it out today, not too bad. I took it out from the top, took about 3.5 hours. Now I have brakes!!!!! Always nice....

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Swapped it out today, not too bad. I took it out from the top, took about 3.5 hours. Now I have brakes!!!!! Always nice....
Nice. How much stuff had to come out of the way in order for you to get down there?

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Not too much. The air intake, intercooler line, and I loosened the P/S res. The most difficult part was the lower bolt on the pump. Swapping out the pulley was a real time eater.

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Great job,

I could never do a job like that, feels good to do it
yourself and know it's done right.

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Great job,

I could never do a job like that, feels good to do it
yourself and know it's done right.
Yea, the dealer wanted too much, and I figured I better learn my way around the engine anyway!! I saved a ton of $$ too thanks to Ridintall hooking me up with a good dealer in MI.

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