[Vwdiesel] pump numbers
bwinelan at allegheny.edu
Fri Dec 10 13:13:32 EST 2004
I see lots of numbers just can't find a 107A or 107AG I have
NR 0 460 494 130
VE R 136
168 130 109
015 447 29976
Do any of these help? I think it is the pump that is very noisy, like a
sawing grinding noise. If it was a power steering pump I would think the
fluid was low and it was running dry. Good news is it started at lunch
time for me. The blacktop parking lot I am on is wet and showed a pretty
good rainbow from the fuel that leaked. From the pattern it isn't all
from the stupid plastic filter connector either. I'll take Doyt's advice
and replace the lines. I have an old style 2 line filter housing. Maybe I
should replace the newer leaking style with it.
>Numbers on pumps can be found just left of big block where lines come out.
>Looking from front of a Rabbit. A lot of numvbers are stamped right in
>square part of lower housing.
>Numbers that I use are VW numbers Bosch numbers are there too.
>Remember BOSCH VE pumps are used on many types of engines --- not
>only VW diesels.
>Bart Wineland in your case you may have to do a little pump testing
>not to get smitten by the PO Virus.
>Simple to do just follow archives ----most is there. --- I wish I
>could get my hands on
>that diesel of yours ---to strut my stuff. I am a condensed version of
>archives. I can tell you who to ring up on "Author" on a lot of
>First you need to check battery and starter and connection --- Sandy
>Cameron is your man and
>Roger Brown and me and a few more. Then to glowplugs. Then
>to ? shit
>I forgot -----but wait it will come later ---oh yeah Blockheater .
>Get them in there
>with engines out if you can. Put two on each engine. Use one at the time.
>Except for special occations.
>PS : Remember we are having FUN not a Whining party ?
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