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|08-27-2011, 01:30 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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Ok at the shop, some guy bought a ICD BKO on ebay and it leaks like a sieve out of the solenoid (feels like the pressure relief area) and does the "creepy bolt" syndrome.
I have put new o-rings in the ram and LPR, tightened down the solenoid, and readjusted the LPR.
The bolt will also creep back and forth as if there is air going on both sides of the ram.
Could this mean that I will have to tell the guy that he might need a new solenoid?
thanks for any help guys
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|08-28-2011, 11:37 AM||#2 (permalink)|
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Sounds as if the center oring on the solenoid pilot is either shot or rolled out of the groove. I would try to rebuild the noid before I bought a new one.
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