diy replacement of booster pump?

jblizzle

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May 19, 2010
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Depends on how handy you are. How would we know what you are capable of? ;)

Should just involve disconnecting some hoses and the electrical and hooking it back up to the new one. Do you need a whole new pump or just the motor?
 
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