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Old 01-11-2011, 09:00 AM   #15
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remco lube pump troubles

I have been using the remco lube system for 8 years in a 2001 toyota sienna, I have had to replace the lube pump 7 times due to pump failure, I started some time ago carrying a second back-up pump while we are traveling and on two occasions had to replace the pump in a parking lot while traveling. Remco could not give us any problem solving ideas accept to run the pump periodically while we are not traveling. I'm posting this because I just replaced the pump yestarday in my driveway and mind you I tested the other pump only 6 weeks ago and it seem to be running fine. we are leaving this thursday for florida and are trying to eliminate any problems. Also worth noting remco did replace several of the failed pumps in the first 2 to 3 years but wrote us off after that, you use to be able to purchase a rebuilt unit from remco for $80.00 plus shipping that ended when the company was sold, now it is a new pump only @ $240.00 last time I called 2 years ago. I also found out that shur-flo was making these pumps for them, talked to a tech rep from shur-flo and he could not figure out my problem. hope this helps someone in the there future travels.

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Old 04-01-2011, 04:52 AM   #16
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Really need your help guys.. My caravan would not start. the dome lights and door locks does not work either. Tried to jumpstart it but the next day it wont start again. next day I got a new battery it worked again but the following day it became dead again... I really do not know what is wrong.. I tried to ask on Dodge Caravan repair and they told me it could be an alternator problem.. but how come?????? i really need some opinion.. please help..

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