If you feel you can, then give it a try. Yes, some special tools are needed. You need a sliding hammer to remove the front pump which is where I feel a broken spring would eventually go. Once it is off, the insides are easy to remove. However, make sure you have a GOOD exploded view of all internal parts so you get it back together correctly. One thrust bearing missed can cause major issues.
Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014 AT 6:26 PM