Date: Sat, 13 Feb 1999 13:18:58 -0800
From: "Bill Moore" <wmoorenopsamcrest.net>
Subject: Re: Fuel Pump Noise


we replaced the main pump wih one from an audi 5000. the rabbit pump looked like a fit also. Need to change the outlet(swap off old pump.) the primer pump is cheap- $30. new. get a new filter screen for it too. You can do it yourself if you don't smoke a cig during. just keep everything lined up and dont forget the return line from the injection goes into the can too. ul Aspinall <Paulnopsamaspinall.freeserve.co.uk> wrote in message news:7a0s40$v9q$1nopsam4.svr.pol.co.uk... >Its not worth messing with. Had same prob with my '89 Carlsson, and cost me >40 to change. Try your local scrap yards etc... > >Cheers > >Kark Beermonger wrote in message <79vmah$gvi$1nopsamme.online.no>... >>Hi! I have a 83 Turbo with a '89 16-valve Turbo engine, and lately I've >been >>hearing grating grinding resonating sounds from my fuel tank. It's pretty >>sure that it's the fuel pump acting up, but has anyone ever dismantled such >>a piece? I've been told it's a two-part deal and the part that often acts >up >>and makes these kinds of sounds is the scavenger pump. Is it feasible to >>repair the pump rather than replace the whole piece? >>Thanks, >> >>KB. >> >> > >

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