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What does the diaphram go for price wise?

Yea I wasnt saying the Powerstroke noise was bad lol. I love my Superduty! Its got a 4 inch downpipe with no muffler and it sounds great! I love driving between buildings or up against things so you can hear the turbo just whistle.
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Check autohausaz.com

IIRC, they're less than $30 for a new BOSCH w/ a new o-ring.
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Thats good to hear lol Parts for these dang things are spendy
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Where is the shut off at on the pump?

Oh I forgot. When I put the tranny cooler lines back on they leak now any idea how to get them to stop leaking? Or should I just replace them?

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It's the round white or silver item right next to the ALDA, on top of the pump. If you don't already have one, you really should get a dual action vacuum/pressure MityVac for testing items like these.

The only reason for them to leak is if they're worn through, or the fittings aren't tight or are stripped.
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You woundnt happen to have a picture of such item would you?
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This appears to be a newer version of the one I have.


In case you were asking about the vacuum shut off pod...it should have a brown vacuum line connecting to it


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Ok I see where the shut off is. Its under a can correct?

Is there any way to test the shut off?
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Apply vacuum to the port and see if the shut off arm drops down. Release vacuum and see if it pops all the way back up
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ok I will give it a try
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