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Old March 6th, 2011, 08:59 AM
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Td5 fuel Pump with a 200tdi

My plan is to use the fuel system from the td5 frame with my 200tdi engine, my question is whether I should use the fuel pump that that the TD5 has in the tank along with the 200 lift pump or disable the intank pump somehow.

Also some thoughts on leaving the filter by the rear wheel as opposed to on the bulkhead where the 200 normally is.

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Old March 6th, 2011, 09:18 AM
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I wouldn't use the in tank pump. Use the 200 mechanical.....keep it simple. The "filter" at the back wheelwell is a separator (cylonic) which you can leave AND use the filter underhood.
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Old March 6th, 2011, 11:01 AM
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Td5 pump is also very high pressure.

I've got a number (somehwere...) for the RoW plastic tank pickup "pipe" for non Td5 engines, eventhough on microcat it's still called "pump" it isn't a pump
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that number would be really helpful.
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Thanks Matt, Simple is what I'm looking for
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For the 90, it's WQB100430 (see a picture here)

110, is WQB100440 (picture)
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Thanks.
I wonder if you could run the existing setup and just disable the pump part?
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If you decide to do away with the Sediment separator on the rear frame let me know I would be interested in getting it from you, that is if you do not want it.

I have heard people in the UK using a electric fuel pump instead of the manual pump on a 300 Tdi? Couldn't find the blog. So..sounds like it could be done?
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You need a ROW, rest of world, tank top piece that replaces the td5 pump etc with a simple set of tubes and use the lift pump on the engine.
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You need a ROW, rest of world, tank top piece that replaces the td5 pump etc with a simple set of tubes and use the lift pump on the engine.


HI Marcus


That's the numbers i posted above...
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That's the numbers i posted above...
Hi Jamie! seen that.
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Mine has 4 hoses off the sender, these only have 2? What would you do with the extra 2 hoses?



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For the 90, it's WQB100430 (see a picture here)

110, is WQB100440 (picture)
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On the Td5, two of the pipes circulate through that under wheelarch filter, then back into the tank again. only 2 pipes go up to the engine (flow & return)
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