[Vwdiesel] Jetta stopped running saga
scameron at compmore.net
Fri Jan 27 15:00:43 EST 2006
try the IV drip. Container hung from the hood above, (Use a return tube too)
This will keep apump primed under any circumstances, so you can rule out all
the other uncertaities. .
You can draw fuel thru the pump, from inlet to return oytlet. Its like a
goose intestine in/out
the real guts of the pump operates in a puddle at the bottom of the
housing, while fuel is lowing through the pump body above it. if it runs
this way, you have a transfr problem of some sort.
My guess is your shaft seal is leaky, which results in sucking air, more as
the tank gets empty, and the filter plugs up
At 07:47 AM 27/01/2006 -0500, you wrote:
>As of last night I checked all my timing marks and all lined up - Tranny
inspection hole pointer, Cam lock plate and injection pump pin. I do a
timing belt about every 18 months the last one was last May, about 20,000
miles ago. So last night I reprimed the pump and it stumbles but never
really runs. I even removed the plunger in the stop solenoid.
>Heres a question with the stop solenoid in place no power applied how come
can I such fuel thru the pump? I apply just a couple of pumps on my hand
vacuum pump and it easily sucks fuel from the filter thru the pump. After I
removed the stop plunger it didn't really speed up the rate. The fuel being
drawn thru is full of air and never really is a solid stream. I use my brake
bleeder container with the clear hose and at best always after the aerated
stream becomes more solid will always have some air bubbles.
>It is supposed to be warm tomorrow so I might try and pull the pump off my
parts Jetta just to have it on standby if all else fails. I ran that Jetta
up to 480,000 miles the pump leaked slightly from the throttle shaft so
reliability is a question. The other pump has been in my garage attic for
about ten years and is of unknown condition.
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