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BEH

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    LS400
  1. I studied a website which shows a guy taking apart a 1994 LS 400 PS pump.He reports he had to weld together a puller rig to pull out the main seal or shaft.This as he did not have the Lexus factory puller.How did you pull out the main shaft/seal/bearing? It does look like a very tight seal or fit.Thanks. I took off the opposing side and just beat it out with a hammer, it was quite easy. So noted. I may give it a try and save over $1,000.Thanks Thermactor.
  2. I studied a website which shows a guy taking apart a 1994 LS 400 PS pump.He reports he had to weld together a puller rig to pull out the main seal or shaft.This as he did not have the Lexus factory puller.How did you pull out the main shaft/seal/bearing? It does look like a very tight seal or fit.Thanks.
  3. I have a leaky PS pump dripping on my newly installed,costly alternator.I'm quoted about $1,100($675 pump, balance labor) to replace it by Lexus dealers.One shop warns me not to replace a quality factory Lexus PS pump with a low cost aftermarket,used junkyard or rebuilt one from an auto parts store.I find on EBay new aftermarket pumps with resevoir for around $200.Has anybody reading this post had good luck with an aftermarket pump? A mechanic warns me only a true Lexus PS pump can correctly deliver the proper (high) fuild pressure, long term, to the somewhat sensitive/demanding/costly PS rack
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