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oil pump location

where is the oil pump located?

i have a 89 fastback stock engine.

oh and if there is a link to the engine bay specifing each part and location that be coo too


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It is part of the lower front cover. If you take off the front cover like you were changing the timing chain the oil pump would be in that front cover. Flip it around and look at the hole where the crank shaft came through. That is your oil pump. To get to it you must drop your oil pan, remove the the crank pully, remove the valve cover, top front cover, lower front cover, and unbolt the sump where it connects to the pump. All you need is a 10mm, 12mm and I think 21mm for the crank bolt. I would recommend a factory service manual, and a friend who is a mechanic

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You must be talking about a sr20 or something else, on the 89-90 240sx the oil pump is on the outside of the front cover lower right side, 4 12mm bolts and its off, nothing else has to be removed.
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ok I am an idiot or is it that I can't read. I thought it was a ka24de not a single cam. sorry for the ingnorance.

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The 89 is a single cam. The oil pump is connected to the distributor.
Just go to ur local auto parts store and get a car manual or just use the SEARCH button
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You must be talking about a sr20 or something else, on the 89-90 240sx the oil pump is on the outside of the front cover lower right side, 4 12mm bolts and its off, nothing else has to be removed.

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