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    I made myself a photo showing bolt sizes and torque specs for removing channel plate/valve body as one assembly. I figured I would share it for anyone that needs it. ( I grabbed the photo off this forum by Twizted 1).

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    damn it I just realized I screwed up the two pump bolts Ill have to fix it.
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    Twizted 1 posted it if you'd like to credit it.
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    thanks.
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    As a side note to anyone with an 05, so maybe 04-08 inclusive, my pump didn't have the bolt that holds it together. No spot exists on the pump, not sure why. It came out in one piece in spite of it, so the design may have changed at some point.
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    They changed the design, you swap the entire pump instead of rebuilding it.
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