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Old May 1st, 2011, 10:37 AM
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I would like to fit a second power steering pump on my 200 tdi (defender). I know some have an ac pump on the left of the engine. I want to use that empty spot on mine but, there's no bracket. I would like to know how your ac pump bracket is fixed on your 200tdi engine?
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Old May 1st, 2011, 12:38 PM
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Don't know if the 300 Tdi is the same or not (i'm guessing not due to the belt being a serpentine) but if you want pics of mine I can snap some.
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Yes Neil, please do!
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Ask and ye shall receive.... if you need to see something more clearly let me know and I can re-take from an angle that gets you what you want.

In the end it's a plate that bolts on to the top of the timing belt housing, and has 2 big pins that allow for mounting of the A/C compressor that run parallel to the deck pointed fore and aft (sorry for the Navy terms but it seems the easiest way to describe it!)

This seems like it would be really easy to fabricate if you had to go down that path.
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I guess it's too different type (200tdi-300tdi) Coz I can't see where it could bolt to on mine..

------ Follow up post added May 1st, 2011 06:02 PM ------

I just want to know where I can bolt on a bracket. I need a bracket for a pump and that bracket is going to be homemade. Just want to know where to bolt it on the engine. The timing cover seems a little fragile?
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