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Tuto sur la pompe à huile (gt turbo)


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Alors je vais vous proposez dans un premier temps un reportage photo pour remonter et ensuite remonter la pompe à huile  

 

Ce modele appartient au gt turbo mais il a des similitudes quand meme avec d'autres modèles

 

 

PARTIE 01:

 

Etape 01 :

 

Choisir un chasse goupille de 4

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Etape 02:

 

Commencer a pousser doucement la goupille

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Nota: Un fois passer la moitié cela verrouillera le mécanisme 

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une fois la goupille retirée mettre son pouce pour retenir le mécanisme quand on enlève le chasse goupille (un ressort pousse le tout) 

 

ATTENTION: UNE BILLE EST DANS LE MECANISME 

 

Etape 03:

 

Repérer le sens et l'ordre du montage 

 

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Partie 04:

 

mettre vos pieces sur un support propre ( je n'ai pas tout mis il doit y voir d'autres accessoires )

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Fin de la première partie

 

 

 

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