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Old April 8th, 2007, 03:09 PM
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Need some help with the power steering pump location on the 200 tdi I bought a while back. When left in the stock location it fouls aganist the steering box. Not to sure where else to install. I think I can make it fit on the other side above the fuel pump but then the fittings sit weird. Any ideas or pictures would be helpful.
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Old April 8th, 2007, 08:24 PM
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Well ...

The one I have seen is just below the alternator on the left side of the engine. Just in front of the starter.

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Old April 8th, 2007, 10:56 PM
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That is mine was but it was hitting the steering box. I sure hope I welded the new motor mounts in the right place.
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Old April 8th, 2007, 11:01 PM
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If the 200 is like the 300 then you might have mounted the motor too low. Does it line up with the fan shroud?
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I have a 200 frame here that I can measure if you let me know the measurement that you need.

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Old April 9th, 2007, 12:50 PM
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I set the motor by the fan shroud and it seems to line up fine. I wonder if I might have set it to far forward though. If I could get a measurement from the front of the frame where the radiator mounts to maybe the crank pulley or something I can double check it.

Just thinking out loud what I did was set the transmission back in its original spot on the frame then hooked the engine and used the fan shroud to line it up as far as height. I couldn't come up with any other way of doing it.
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I set the motor by the fan shroud and it seems to line up fine. I wonder if I might have set it to far forward though. If I could get a measurement from the front of the frame where the radiator mounts to maybe the crank pulley or something I can double check it.

Just thinking out loud what I did was set the transmission back in its original spot on the frame then hooked the engine and used the fan shroud to line it up as far as height. I couldn't come up with any other way of doing it.
Hey Chris - I think you definitely have the motor too far forward if you used the V8 positioning for the trans and transfer case. I think the 200 uses the same setup as the 300, in which case you need to ditch the NAS tubular x-member and get a Tdi x-member which mounts a little further back.
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From the center of the rear top steering box bolt to the front of the engine mount is 9.5".

I hope this helps.
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Old April 9th, 2007, 05:53 PM
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Well shit. I've only got 8 1/4". Like I always say if I had another inch I'd be in porn.

Does that mean I have to cut the mounts and relocate everything back an inch with the member Jim suggests or can the brain trust come up with a solution. I was thinking of having some sort of bracket made up to mount the pump on the other side of the engine. I assume it would still spin the same way, I'd just have to reroute the lines some sort of way.


Okay just thought about another potential problem. As it is now the rear driveshaft is fully compressed, so if everything shifts back I would no longer be able to remove the shaft.
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You need a Tdi rear shaft. The V8 one is longer. You could just have it shortened or order one from someone. They can be pretty cheap.

Theoretically, you could re-fab the engine mounts to allow the whole assembly to sit back a little - but in my mind, that would be more work than cutting the mounts off the chassis and re-doing them. Plus that fixes it "right" instead of fixing it "wrong."

In the end, I highly suggest that mirror the stock set-up as closely as possible. Otherwise you end up chasing custom mods and altering some things that have second or third order effects.

Also, I'm in Augusta GA until the middle of June, so if you want to get together to eyeball something on the truck or just comiserate, that would be cool. I need to make a trip up to Cola to have some V8 oil cooler hoses rebuilt here in the next week or two.
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Old April 9th, 2007, 06:31 PM
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I tell you what Jim why don't you bring your truck up here one night and leave it. I'll be sure to "look it over real good". Give me a call when you get up here.

Well one step forward two back, about par for course I guess. Alright time for the 10th edition of my parts list.
So thats a tdi crossmember, new motor mount brackets, and a tdi rear shaft.
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At this point I would really suggest just fabbing up new mounts complete or having a shop fab them for you. The TDI crossmember is kinda cheesy and the front motor mounts are pretty straight forword. It would brobably be the same price as ordering the stock parts.
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