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I'm trying to find a seal kit for my vaccum pump because there is an oil leak coming from around the vaccum and ps pump. But I can only find a seal kit for 91.5 and up. Will that work on my 1990 or no. ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 09-02-2013, 10:11 PM
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I'm trying to find a seal kit for my vaccum pump because there is an oil leak coming from around the vaccum and ps pump. But I can only find a seal kit for 91.5 and up. Will that work on my 1990 or no. If not does anyone know where I can find one that will work?

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Just looked at it a bit more and it seems to be leaking from the thing below the vacuum pump. I'm not sure what its called but its that round thing below it that says outlet. When I started the truck it kind of shot oil out of the little round cap right on the bottom. Not to sure what to think now?

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Old 09-03-2013, 08:06 PM
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Try Geno's garage or fixinrams.com

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I got mine from Gould Gear and Electric (GOULD GEAR & ELECTRIC INC.). The kit plus the vane set was $93 in 2011. Seal kit p/n GG01 9195 3. Vane set p/n GG10/FV.

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Will that seal kit work on a non I/c kit?

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Non I/c truck *

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No, the NIs use diaphragm pumps instead of a vain pump.
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Old 09-04-2013, 06:38 PM
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So I'm stuck then cuz I can't find any rebuild kits for the diaphragm vaccum pump. Any suggestions on what I should do?
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Shouldn't be hard to find seals and o-rings. You will just need to take it apart and measure it. If you need a quick turnaround, check the bone yards. You should be able to find 1.
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I'm gonna take it apart this weekend. Thanks for the help once again man.
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