[ba] Hydraulics question

Arun Rao rao at pixar.com
Mon Apr 22 21:21:38 EDT 2002

The bomb can be replaced independently of the pump: not much labor
amortization to be had.  The only gain might be (as you point out) the
cost of a couple of litres of fluid.


On Monday, April 22, 2002, at 05:01 PM, Dave Haupt wrote:

> This came up quick...
> I'm going to have the PS pump removed from my 1989 200
> turbo quattro in just a few days.  Got a leaky pump
> and a leaky high pressure hose to the rack, so both
> are being handled at once.
> BUT - seeing as I'll have all the Pentosin out of the
> system, is this the time to replace the bomb?  It's
> bad, no doubt, I'm just wondering if having the pump
> out is a big part of replacing the bomb anyway.
> Thanks!
> Dave
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