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Old October 8th, 2007, 11:17 AM
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Old July 24th, 2016, 06:53 AM
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Discovery 200TDI Fuel line Part Numbers

Replacing my 2.5TD with Discovery 200TDI in my Defender 90.

I need the part numbers for the following fuel lines including banjo bolts:

1. Injector pump
2. Lift pump

Where can I find the part numbers and preferably a parts diagram for these?
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Why don't you just use proper fuel line clamped to the fittings instead of the nylon line that will kink, split, and leak air in and fuel out?
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Robert, I need to run some fuel lines too. What type of fuel line do you recommend?

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Why don't you just use proper fuel line clamped to the fittings instead of the nylon line that will kink, split, and leak air in and fuel out?
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Robert., I don't have any of the original fittings for the Discovery 200TDI. They were not on the engine when I got it. That's why I need the part numbers.
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Richard,

I don't think there were any banjo bolts on those fittings. They are simply threaded fittings with steel pipe ends that the fuel line clamps on to. Any fuel line will do. Go with Viton or something similar if you want the best, otherwise, go down to Napa or Autozone.

For the fittings, start here:

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Should look something like the threaded piece in the picture. This is part no ESR 267. This is what I found in 5 minutes. You can probably find the exact pieces with a little more searching. IIRC, the 2.5NA fittings moved right over to the 200TDi. Do you have your old engine still?
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Neil, thanks the banjo bolt is needed at the injector fuel pump end. I still have the 2.5TD engine in the truck so it looks like the remaining fittings will work.

I moved my alternator to the right side of the right side using a dual alternator lit. This gets it out of the way from all the turbo pipes. Almost ready to do the swap.

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