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I am not able to find the pump and related hoses. I went on line to see if anyone call tell me and struck out. Where is this located in this particular truck?
I was sent an e-mail with this link asking for me to rate service. I'm not un happy with you although no one else has responded to me. I contacted "Just Answer.com" earlier; firist trying the chat optiion but no one respionded and then e-mail. I got a response by e-mail saying they would set this as a priority. I still havn't heard from anyone. Bottom line...how do I rate you based on this situation. It certainly is not your fault
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Thanks for responding. I will be unavailable until Monday. I would like to leave the question out there until then. If I don't receive an aswer, I will withdraw Monday night.
This truck has a tip up cab to access the engine. I found the pump on the alternator and traced the hoses to under the dash on the drivers side to a resevoir or someting like that. The hose then went to what seems to be a small compressor or pump under the dash.
Your info was helpful to finding the related parts but I can't fnd a leak. I guess you may be right and the pump is not working but it's hard to tell whether it is the pump under the dash or attached to the alternator.
Thanks for your help. I didn't pursue disconnecting the pump but you have helped me get to the point of understanind the system and where things are located. I would like to close this out and give you a positive rating but I'm not sure how to approach it due to the following: A guy named Pete tried to help intitially and when he was unable to, passed the question on. He asked me for a positive reponse as well which I am happy to do because he was helpful in reviewing the problem and then reaalizing it should be pased on to someone else. How do I go about rating both of you?
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