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Old September 21st, 2010, 07:56 PM
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Injector Pump Drip?

I've got a drip coming from the Injector pump (Arrow spot in the pic), I was wondering how serious this is? It seems to be Sporadic.

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Is the 19j TD, Injector pump or the Turbo the same as the ones in the 200tdi engine?
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Old September 21st, 2010, 09:54 PM
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Yep !

Had that ! Got a new pump off a guy on LRX and was done for at 250$ and got it calibrated (just to make sure everything was kosher) for an extra 100$

I know I could have had the thing overhauled for 600-700$ or worst case just have the big o-ring (witch is what the problem here) changed for less but hell with it !

I would just take it off and take it to a Bosch dealer near you.

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Old September 22nd, 2010, 06:34 AM
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Whats the best way to remove the Injection pump? I read about a tool that can be used to save not having to remove the timing belt cover.

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http://www.tooled-up.com/artwork/ProdPDF/VS129.PDF
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The tool bolts in place of the aircon belt tensioner (where those 3 bolts hold the small round inspection plate in place.) and then supports the FIP pulley in place while you pull the pump out from the back of the timing chest.

But to be honest, you might as well just change the belt anyway (is it a 300 or a 200?.... if it's a 300 then it's a doddle to whip the front cover off to get to the belt)
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Old September 22nd, 2010, 08:29 AM
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its a 200 with less than 10k on the belt
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A very excellent thread with many photos showing the assembly of the Bosch VE
pump as used on LR tdi engines and many others. Although without the turbo boost
compensator diaphragm setup. Still, very inofrmative and goes a long way to
explain the operation of the pump.


http://www.vwdieselparts.com/forum/v...40a8441533a205

Might be a nice project for your kids to reseal your pump.
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My leak

If this is my leak, is it possible to remove this part of the injection pump while it's still on the engine?
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If you are talking about the big o ring it may be possible. Take a look at this link:
http://www.dieselgeek.com/TDI_Inject...eplacement.htm

I have not tried, but VW guys do it all the time. My 1z's IP started leaking last week but it seems to be coming from everywhere... what a PITA
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If you ask me, if you don't have the special tools to keep the gears in place while you swap the pump, take the front apart and do it right. Its not that hard and you get better at it every time.

Myself I would not open it without really knowing what's in there.

And for doing this while the pump is on the truck there is too much stuff in the way and to many things can go wrong (dirt gets in it ...)

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the tool is $140 plus shipping from the UK, ouch
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after you get one Tom, we'll know where to borrow it
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I was hinting for exactly that reason. But I may actually buy one
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i have a guy if you take it off!
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I just did this as well...i pulled the cover belt etc....then pump. I dropped the pump off at the local Bosch shop...full rebuild with all new seals and a power bump at the tune of $800 my truck is night and day different...The guy at the shop told me that fining the o ring on the truck was doable but very tough. He also told me that usually when you get that seal replaced the others start leaking.....
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Just got a pump off ebay, Thanks Doug.
Any ideas on who should I have rebuild it? Preferable in NY.
The Mercedes mechanical injection expert is doing some work on my 280sl project, I'm hoping he can do it for me, but he does mostly gas, so I don't know.
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Just got a pump off ebay, Thanks Doug.
Any ideas on who should I have rebuild it? Preferable in NY.
The Mercedes mechanical injection expert is doing some work on my 280sl project, I'm hoping he can do it for me, but he does mostly gas, so I don't know.

Glad that worked out Tom. Anytime
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