Vacuum Pump - Domestic
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Cardone Vacuum Pump - Domestic

Part No. 64-1009 Warranty Details  

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A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Vacuum Pumps are engineered for quick installation and no comebacks. Each unit is engineered and tested to meet or exceed O.E.M performance, providing you reliable performance, every time. Original design weaknesses are corrected to make a longer lasting part you and your vehicle can rely on.

Product Features:
  • 100% NEW check valves, diaphragms, O-rings and seals prevent leaks and ensure proper vacuum required to efficiently run vehicle accessories
  • 100% computer testing guarantees reliable performance
  • Engineered to meet or exceed O.E.M.performance
  • Designed for easy installation
  • Guaranteed fit and function
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Mounting Brackets Included:No
Pulley Included:No

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3.0

make sure there is oil

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from whiting nj

Comments about Cardone Vacuum Pump - Domestic:

just make sure you remove the fill screw located on the backside of pump to make sure there is oil inside the pump.be careful though because that screw also positions the cam inside the pump.count the threads.and use thread lock sealent when replacing screw

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  • Q:

    where does the line go on the top of the vacuum pump
    Asked on 11/23/2011 by matt from newark, Ohio

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      A:

      It is just an air compressor with the inlet and outlet exchanged. It take vacuum from the inlet side of the compressor. The pressure side is just exhausted away. Inside the power brake booster, is a large diaphragm that is linked to the pushrod from the brake pedal, that also goes into the master cylinder. The variable valve setup(on top of the vacuum pump) controls the amount of "pull" that is put on this diaphragm. It senses the pressure you have applied to the brake pedal.

      Answered on 11/24/2011 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
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