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Old 11-15-2015, 10:29 PM   #1
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Default Grommet / gasket between water pump and oil pump

The 4-wheel-drive water pump rests on top of the oil pump cover with a rubber gasket in-between on each side. The gasket is about 3/16" in diameter and maybe 2" long.

I pulled them off the top of the oil pump cover to clean and reseal.

Of course, I lost one in between cleaning and reassembly.

I can not track down the part on the NissanPartsDeal parts schematics.

Can anyone identify that part number for me?

Thanks.

-Mike

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Old 11-16-2015, 05:57 AM   #2
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Take this picture to the dealership:

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Old 11-16-2015, 06:32 AM   #3
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Thanks jp:

I have that manual. Unfortunately, the image doesn't depict the grommet / gasket either! I found a good illustration on the factory parts schematic, but I can not identify the part number because the description relates to the timing belt cover rather than the water pump and oil pump cover assemblies.

I decided to change all of the small coolant hoses buried under the intake plenum while I have it torn down and it is difficult to identify those part numbers as well.

Hopefully the dealer parts department will have someone who knows the VG30.

Thanks for posting the image.

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I thought the little rubber gaskets in the pic where what you wanted.

Yes, it is a great idea to replace those little hoses while you have it all apart. Be sure to replace the timing belt tensioner and water pump while you are in there, too.
> I found a good illustration on the factory parts schematic, but I can not identify the part number because the description relates to the timing belt cover rather than the water pump and oil pump cover assemblies.
Print that pic and bring it with you to the parts counter.
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check this pt# 13525-12G00 (2) Joe, could you post a pic of the frt cvr? its 13036E in the pic..
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My guess is that he's talking about those little rubber rods that sit between the oil pump and the water pump. I imagine they're some sort of vibration damper but don't really know... Probably a dealer only part, but you should be able to make some easy enough.
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I just re-read it, your right^
rt side 13566-10V02, lt side 13566-21V00 (13520 & 13521 in pic) for some reason I was thinking "grommet" sorry
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YEPEE:

Thanks! Found them here and ordered them:

http://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/parts...odel=&Filter=()

I just need confirmation of part #.

I appreciate your help.

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Yes, it is a great idea to replace those little hoses while you have it all apart. Be sure to replace the timing belt tensioner and water pump while you are in there, too.

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I am, but those 5 little hoses alone add up to almost $50 in dealer parts. They seem like they are in good shape, but because they are a pain to access, I'm swapping them out now.

I'm changing water pump, timing belt, tensioner pulley assembly, cam seals, crank seal, radiator hoses & water pump bypass hose.

I'm thinking about leaving the heater hoses and the fuel lines alone because they are easy to access if they go and, even though it kinda sounds stupid to say this about 22-year-old hoses, but they look and feel fine.

This tool made pulling the cam and crank seals a breeze:

http://www.amazon.com/OTC-7196-Crank.../dp/B00AQJXKLQ


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Cool little tool!

Its a bit on the expensive side, but I imagine after you're done it can be relisted as used for a good refund.
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