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Old January 25th, 2014, 07:25 AM
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Webasto fuel dosing pump and/or wiring accesories

I expect this to be a long shot but trying anyway. i'm looking for any webasto fuel pumps, wiring harnesses, or other little bits that may be floating around. PM me if you have anything worth discussing.
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You can find all the little bits on ebay UK to include the pump. Buy a genuine harness though from a dealer.
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Old January 25th, 2014, 01:07 PM
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At the rover shop might have some of this stuff you seek .
I bought a heater from him last year and I think I remember him having parts left over .
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There is a guy on eBay that is the best deal for parts. It is cheapest to buy the connector and make your own harness. The factory harness is really pricey. You will need exhaust tubing as well.
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I purchased an aftermarket german made harness myself from a UK supplier, but it's nice to have all the correct colored wires in factory form. Buyers choice.

One recommendation of mine is when buying used, but a kit (also available on ebay) and open the webasto up to clean out any carbon and put a fresh glow plug and gaskets in it. I did not do it and wish I had. On very cold mornings, mine will fail to start sometimes. I have the diagnostic harness and software, and have been able to determine that this happens due to 1) low voltage detected or 2) flame out condition. It is the minority of time, most times it starts as expected.

I've researched both of these. my low voltage failures are likely due to the fact that I have my webasto main supply on my aux battery with my fridge, and during startup, the webasto has a peak demand. combine that with a cold 6 year old yellowtop, and the normal fridge demand. As for the flameout/fail to start, all my web research suggests it needs a new glow plug. there is a glow plug kit that has the gaskets included. I'm doing it in the spring.

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Makimg progress in the DIY realm. Question though, the pin that connects the pump, is that delivering 12v or is it earthing the circuit?
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Power. It is important that you carefully look at the wiring schematic.
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Which schematic do you like or reference?
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The factory installation manual. You can find it online.
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