Pump comes on after every time I press brakes. Is the accumulator getting weak or pump doesn't build up enough pressure?
Sounds like time for a new accumulator (the ones from Victor work great and are priced right) - see comment #2 in this thread for how-to replace it: http://www.sccoa.com/forums/showthread.php?109556-accumulator-instalation&p=839118#post839118
One slight problem, Spinning Wheels does not ship to Canada. Even though their check out page is set up for International, it will not accept Canadian shipping.
Just looked over my old and new ones.. the P/N isn't obvious.. there are descriptions of the specs on the the case, but no obvious P/N. There is a string of hard to read numbers; I'll try to pencil them onto a piece of paper later on. Hard to believe in this day and age that something like that would be missing... but thats what Im seeing.The AC-Delco ones I found on Ebay are at least new.
Anyone know the Hydac part number, I tried a distributor in Ottawa he kind of knows what I meant but without a part number it's difficult. He said call head office in Toronto but without a part number I feel kind of stupid
Payton there is an AC Delco equivalent but the places I looked says ships in 1-2 months.
Ebay has a couple.,..here is the links
I don't think these are any different than the ones we use, fairly sure only Tevis braking systems used these, I just saw guys with Buick Grand Nationals looking for them as well for Tevis systems
Keep in mind that the rubber seal/ o'ring will have to be changed. It is a different size on the SC
Hey there, just curious about your statement that you have to change over rubber I ring when using a GM accumulator ball. What type should I use? Can I reuse one from the existing ball? Any specific requirements? Like does
It have to be made out of certain material? Thanks for your help
Payton it WAS Prior Automotive out of Texas that had the accumulators, it seems not anymore I was just on their site.