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73 2002Tii - oil pump replacement advice.

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Rebuilding the engine and I am thinking of replacing what appears to be an ok pump... just in case.

I did a bit of searching and came up with a thread talking about the S14 and sport evo 3 pump, but could not find much for details. Any advice on rebuilding that which is not yet broken, getting a new old stock replacement, vs a modern alternative? I also plan to get an oil pan windage tray. Would love to hear experiences.

http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,57/page,viewtopic/t,331763/highlight,replacement+oil+pump/

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what were the oil pressure readings before the

disection ?

or

YES - rebuilding motor? = install a new BMW M10 2002 oil pump

available from any BMWDEALER

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Guest gliding_serpent

unsure of the pressure readings. Will ask.

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Alternatives are a good used pump (take apart and inspect all surfaces closely and measure the tolerances per the Blue Book) and/or purchase new components that are still available from BMW.

A new pump is always better.

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