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Ah, never thought of that little detail. Mine probably works, but is useless as the pump doesn't have the correct parts to make the vacuum usable.Of course, you still need the broken vaccum pump on the engine as it's lower section spins the oil pump.
Exactly.The problem is that while places list the new part no one has it or can get it. Will be going to NAPA to see what store says. Summit,Rockauto,Jegs list it,can not get it.
I think you will find they don't actually have them.The Napa hub stores that have their warehouse hooked to them seem to carry it. My local one shows 5 in stock. Price is a little high to me though.Sent from my SM-G935P using Tapatalk
That part number is for a pump that injects air into the exhaust stream aka "smog pump".There are actually 2 on ebay using part number 7839416 from store govsurp The NSN kicks to that one as well.
I found a surplus supplier that has them listed as in stock and he is going to verify and call me back. He has them listed for $150each.
There are also 3 used ones listed for sale on ebay for $50. Its actually Austin I think is his name. He is the beltfed surplus guy on here and on ebay.
It is an H9 diaphragm. Any rubber/seal shop can cut them to fit.
What company?7849302 shows to be a GM # for 6.2L distributor drive vacuum pump. Which comes back to NAPA 641201 that Recovery4x posted in # 7.
7849302 goes back to NSN 2990-01-149-4966 which also lists 7839416 as a compatible part number which pulls up that pumps I mentioned
My cross references aren't wrong.
The company listed in the one picture has over 100 of them in stock.
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