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 Posted: 03-25-2010 10:02 pm
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Greg Fletcher



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That's very hopeful then. What you really must do however is completely remove the spring from the housing and clean it so that it SPOTLESS. The smallest bit of debris or silicon can restrict the travel and in turn effect your oil pressure (this happened to me once so I know all about this problem). You need to drive out the little pin in the side that positions the piston end and remove the spring. Use moly or graphite lube on it when putting it back in.