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Genuine
1999 Mazda Protege Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-5538152    New

Qty:
$154.26
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Assembly
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle
1999 - Mazda Protege
Genuine
1998 Mazda 626 Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-5538152    New

Qty:
$154.26
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle
1998 - Mazda 626
Genuine
1995 Mazda Millenia Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-102188A    New

Qty:
$175.73
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Assembly
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle
1995 - Mazda Millenia
Genuine
2006 Mazda MX-5 Miata Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-483750B    New

Qty:
$260.59
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle
2006 - Mazda MX-5 Miata
Seal Power
1991 Mazda Navajo Engine Oil Pump 6 Cyl 4.0L Seal Power

P311-01B910B    New

Qty:
$124.47
Seal Power Engine Oil Pump
  • Oil Pump
  • Standard Volume Pump NOTE: This Pump Requires the use of a Sealed Power Aftermarket Screen
  • Product Attributes:
    • Consumer Warranty 1: Sealed Power® Parts Are Warranted To Be Free From Defects In Material And Workmanship Under Normal Use And Service For 12 Months From Date Of Purchase. Remedy For Breach Of Warranty Is Limited To Free Exchange Of Product.
    • Consumer Warranty 2: Liability For Neglect, Misuse, Special, Incidental, Direct, Indirect, And Consequential Damages Is Specifically Disclaimed. No Other Warranty, Either Expressed Or Implied, Including Merchantability Or Fitness For A Particular Purpose, Is Made.
    • Feature 1: Manufactured To Fit A Specific Application
    • Feature 2: Ensures That Oil Is Evenly Distributed In The Engine System
    • Feature 3: Tested For Pressure And Flow Under Conditions That Duplicates Actual Operating Conditions
    • Feature 4: Engineered, Manufactured And Assembled To The Highest Material And Production Standards
    • Feature 5: Utilizes Iso Qs Certified Manufacturing
    • What is in the box: In The Box: Oil Pump
  • Sealed Power® parts provide innovative designs, use leading-edge materials and utilize ISO QS certified manufacturing in order to deliver top quality products that meet the rigorous demands of today's modern engines.
Brand: Seal Power
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Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Engine VIN
1991 - Mazda Navajo V 4016 - OHV X
DJ Rock
1987 Mazda B2600 Engine Oil Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 2.6L DJ Rock

P311-5A7D3E4    New

Qty:
$64.52
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Position
1987 - Mazda B2600 L 2555 - SOHC N/A
DJ Rock
1986 Mazda 323 Engine Oil Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 1.6L DJ Rock

P311-17DE9AA    New

Qty:
$81.74
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Position
1986 - Mazda 323 L 1597 - SOHC N/A
DJ Rock
2001 Mazda B2300 Engine Oil Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 2.3L DJ Rock

P311-0FF191A    New

Qty:
$79.16
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Engine VIN Position
2001 - Mazda B2300 L 2294 - DOHC D N/A
DJ Rock
Qty:
$98.08
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
  • with Sensor Port
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Position
1999 - Mazda Protege L 1839 - DOHC N/A
DJ Rock
1988 Mazda MX-6 Engine Oil Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 2.2L DJ Rock

P311-4333B72    New

Qty:
$76.71
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Position
1988 - Mazda MX-6 Naturally Aspirated L 2184 - SOHC N/A
DJ Rock
1994 Mazda B2300 Engine Oil Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 2.3L DJ Rock

P311-0730D4B    New

Qty:
$42.17
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Position
1994 - Mazda B2300 L 2295 - SOHC N/A
DJ Rock
1995 Mazda B2300 Engine Oil Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 2.3L DJ Rock

P311-38873FD    New

Qty:
$156.94
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Position
1995 - Mazda B2300 L 2295 - SOHC N/A
DJ Rock
1992 Mazda MX-3 Engine Oil Pump - N/A 6 Cyl 1.8L DJ Rock

P311-4A73751    New

Qty:
$151.22
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Position
1992 - Mazda MX-3 V 1845 - DOHC N/A
DJ Rock
2000 Mazda MPV Engine Oil Pump - N/A 6 Cyl 2.5L DJ Rock

P311-0F20CED    New

Qty:
$76.83
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Engine Version Position
2000 - Mazda MPV V 2497 - DOHC Duratec N/A
DJ Rock
Qty:
$99.34
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Position
1999 - Mazda Protege L 1589 - DOHC N/A
DJ Rock
1992 Mazda MX-3 Engine Oil Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 1.6L DJ Rock

P311-448169A    New

Qty:
$92.20
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Position
1992 - Mazda MX-3 L 1597 - SOHC N/A
DJ Rock
1990 Mazda 323 Engine Oil Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 1.6L DJ Rock

P311-17DE9AA    New

Qty:
$81.74
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
  • To 8/90
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Position
1990 - Mazda 323 L 1597 - SOHC N/A
DJ Rock
1993 Mazda MX-6 Engine Oil Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 2.0L DJ Rock

P311-34A2459    New

Qty:
$98.08
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
  • FS with Sensor Port
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Engine Designation Position
1993 - Mazda MX-6 L 1991 - DOHC - N/A
DJ Rock
1989 Mazda MPV Engine Oil Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 2.6L DJ Rock

P311-4639BC2    New

Qty:
$228.06
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
  • G6
Brand: DJ Rock
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Cylinder Head Type Engine Designation Position
1989 - Mazda MPV L 2606 - SOHC - N/A

Latest Mazda Repair and Oil Pump Installation Advice

CarJunky AutoAdvice

Overturned bearing in a camshaft

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Question From Deb_M on Overturned bearing in a camshaft

'99 Mazda Protege, automatic, 1.6L, ~125,000kM

What might cause a bearing to overturn in a crankshaft?

Would cruddy oil or a clogged oil-pump filter have any effect?

Thanks!

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

What happened here? Do you mean a "spun bearing" ?? Lack of oil pressure for any reason can damage engine bearings. How did you come up with the diag of an "overturned" bearing??

T

oil light just started coming on 95 Mazda 626

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Question From kaper on oil light just started coming on 95 Mazda 626

I replaced my valve cover gasket on my 95 Mazda 626. There was a bunch of build-up under the cover so I scraped it off the best I could, taking care to not let the "gunk" fall into the motor. I thought I had done a good job of this but now the oil light comes on after about 1/2 mile and it is ticking really bad. I was told to put some gunk remover in my oil and change my oil and filter. I have done that twice now and the problem still is there. Now I'm being told to replace my oil pump, because that build-up may have plugged the screen on the oil pump. I am at wits end after dropping a few hundred dollars and it getting worse. Please help me and I appreciate your time. Thank you.

Response From dmac0923

have you checked the oil level? making sure its not leaking past your new valve cover gasket and your low on oil?

when you saw, you scaped off the inside of the valve cover and made sure not to get any in the motor??? how did you do this? why didnt you just do it on a bench or something??

your going to have to find out your oil pressure.....you could very well have sludge blocking your oil pump intake screen

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

kaper: You found and cleaned/scraped off that much junk/sludge and didn't change the oil right then? These engines don't sludge up so easily so finding that suggests wild neglect and probably "game over" for that engine.

You really can't just take years of neglect away. Solvents to clean the sludge will usually just move it too fast and plug lots of things up. Was it ticking before you went in there? If not then and it is now try ATF as the solvent, look again under valve cover and make sure oil can return at all. If you've driven it too much with oil light on it's almost certainly a lost cause,

T

Filters

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Question From rhiebert on Filters

What criteria to you use to get your next filters for your next service appointment? Do you swallow the hook, line and sinker from your service guy?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Can't complete your survey. Keep it simple and just ask what folks are seeking in a product and sort it yourself. This survey just attempts to create some marketing chart to sell filters at chain parts stores which is important. Professional techs buy for price or quality and would usually have both available.

Sales personel at parts stores should be trained experts and rarely are. It's a trade unto itself and should be. Car parts shouldn't be like buying groceries. Market should be demand driven by reputation not the best underhanded marketing!

T

Response From ksmp

Hi there!

I'm working on a research project for which the topic was assigned. I know nothing about car maintenance. I'm sure you are far more knowledgeable on the topic than I am. Could you take my survey here (Car Maintenance Survey) and then post what you thought of the survey? Should I add any questions? Did it make sense? I'd really appreciate it.

Thank you!
KSMP

Response From Brian1

Tom, I couldn’t agree more!!!!
Dirt and metal shavings are the worst enemy to any engine!!!

The largest filter company in the world has it’s world headquarters about 4 blocks from my house. Donaldson Company makes filters for ALL applications…. Heavy equipment engines, Hydraulic systems, air filters, noise filters and fuel filters. They own MANY other smaller filter companies but kept their old names after they bought them out. I have seen the multi million dollar testing equipment they use for testing the efficiency of their filters compared to other brands. They measure the efficiency of oil filters in “microns”……. They actually make a 1 micron hydraulic oil filter!!!! (the lower the micron = cleaner oil) It’s probably overkill…. but they do make it!!!

I’m with Tom on this….. I also use the Napa Gold filters on my vehicles. Pay a little more money now and it will pay off in the long run!!!!

The hydraulic engineers that I know always preach “filtration, filtration, filtration” They joke about cheap filters… “Cheap filters only filter out the particle that that someone could stub their toe on”.


Brian.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Best filters I know of are made by Wix and NAPA gold is the Wix filter. Not cheap. Air filters use much more material and the fuel and oil filters it's out of sight but the case is stronger metal and more rust resistant.

The chain places can get an oil filter for less than a buck!! It's ok but can't take the abuse of better stuff and it's always right to take care on your car on time even if not the best stuff. T

PS: The up front cost of quality is usually the bargain as things last longer - take more abuse and in the long run are cheaper!

Response From carjunky

I agree... The filter is an important part of any system.... I just bought a wix filter from amsoil and it cost a pretty penny, but I've been getting about an extra 2-3 gallons worth of mileage every week so that its price is well offset.

As with the 1 micron filter is a bit over kill but it sounds cool to someone that wants the best possible filter in their car or system.

Response From CTC01 Top Rated Answer

I did a little test on my freshly rebuilt 2.2L Mazda PU engine. No expence was spared on the rebuild (checkbook is still recovering ). New oil pump, hot tanked the block, the works. I was running a Fram oil filter on it but didnt like the way the oil pressure was responding during in town driving at normal operating temp (I am running a mechanical oil pressure gauge). When taking off from a stop the pressure would slowly build up to 45-50psi (10w30 Castrol) before I shifted. I put a NAPA Gold on it this morning to see if there was any difference. Picked up about 10psi on the cold engine (was 60psi now 70). In town the pressure responds much quicker but is still about the same PSI, maybe slightly higher. Normal operating temp at 65mph in OD is still 45-50psi.
I am guessing the difference is better bypass system in the NAPA filter.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

This thread started a long time ago now. I just did filters in my cars and again with NAPA gold and they are more expensive. As I said back when they were made by Wix and I have to check to see if they still are. With all the companies competing I hope they don't sacrifice quality for those who are willing to pay the extra for it.

It's been my career's experience that quality in general is less costly in the long run. I find the better filters last longer and are more efficient. Can't say I notice fuel filters as far as driving but I sure don't want one to mess up fuel injection because of a few bucks up front,

T