[Vwdiesel] Injection pump shaft seal removal BOSCH.

Nate Wall natewall1 at yahoo.com
Tue May 13 15:21:28 EDT 2003

I like Loren's bent small screwdriver trick. i have to
try it. I did my pump seal by drilling small holes
through the metal seal carrier and using a full-sized
seal puller in the holes (they kept tearing). The
metal kept tearing like a tin can. At some point the
seal let loose, but it was WAY much tighter than I
thought it would be. I was suppriesd I did not mess up
the shaft or seal bore. I'm afraid to do that again
and I have to replace the same seal in Jetta #2 now.

--- LBaird119 at aol.com wrote:
> > Loren I seem to recall you saying , you went to a
> pump service outfit.Did
> you
> > by chance see what kind of tool the used for
> removing seal with the shaft
> in ?
> > ??    have a gut feeling they do it only with the
> shaft out .         Hagar.
>   Nope.  Didn't discuss anything that "simple."  I
> only had a little time for
> Q&A (after all the stories were exchanged between
> them and my host) so
> I asked on a few specific things only.  I'd fully
> assume they do them with
> the shaft out since they aren't trying to do
> anything "half way."
> >
> >  PS: Today someone dumped a 1986 Jetta Turbo
> engine in my lap complete. --
> > Tyson Crag are you reading ?.
>   How terrible!  Do you need anyone to come and haul
> it away for you?
> I'm sure the fee would be minimal for a fellow list
> member.  ;-)
>      Loren
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