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Johnsd1v8



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In tank fuel pump td6

As some of you have read ive been having a fuel issue ive changed the secondary pump which rattled like mad when i took it off but any how i put my multimeter across it to check for continuity and sure enough the meter beeped giving sign of a working circuit ‘ now i did the same across the live and earth on the intank pump testimg for continuity and i got ... yep you guessed it naff all no beep nothing so it looks like the intank one has give up the go whats the best sort of mid range priced pump to get ive seen eurocarparts offering a pierburg at a eyewatering £517 cheers

Post #554918 22nd May 2020 7:37pm
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rjff



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John

Why not have a search about the in tank pump. There's quite a few threads on problems with these, from connectors that are subject to a tech bulletin and the fact that the securing bridge fails and lets the pump fall over. The connectors sound favourite, assuming the pump is the same a my MY11. Access is from inside the car, but it's best if you have the means of removing the fuel or if the tank is as low as you can get.

It's not a difficult job to get at the pump, just needs time and care to avoid mess. If you think your in tank pump is kn*****ed then you'll have to be in there to replace it, so a bit of fault finding and apossible simple repair may be on.

If I am able tomorrow, I'll have a search as well. Cheers
Richard

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rjff



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Here's your starter for 10 Smile

https://www.fullfatrr.com/forum/topic41061.html

Long read but worth it. Cheers
Richard

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wayneg



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I did mine a couple of years back with a cheap pump from China 15pounds delivered. Its still going strong. You will also need a foot of fuel hose and a couple of jubilee clips. At the time I was not ready with the hose and was worried about using normal rubber EFI hose submerged in diesel but can confirm it's not been an issue. ( The fuel pump wiring on the TD6 is not an issue unlike the TDv8). Here is a link to the pump I used... https://www.aliexpress.com/item/3282411991...4c4duvodRB 2003 TD6, EGR delete, Bluefin tuning, Dual 100ah AGM batteries, UHF 2way radio, Android head unit, Led Headlights, Switchback DRL`s , Trailer Electric brake controller. icarsoft & IPNA Diagnostics.

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Johnsd1v8



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Cheers guys im on with today so ill show what i find 👍🏻

Post #554957 23rd May 2020 7:33am
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Johnsd1v8



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Ok guys new intank pump fitted and just as i had a fuel pressure gauge lay about of my sd1 v8 i put it on the pipe outlet of the fuel filter and on idle its just over 3 bar of fuel pressure is that about right both pumps are buzzing away nicely

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rjff



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OK John good result Thumbs Up

What pump and where did you get it at such short notice? Cheers
Richard

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wayneg



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Johnsd1v8, out of interest what hose did you use after removing the shrunk hard plastic connecting the pump. I was very concerned using normal EFI hose in a submerged fuel situation. I still have a piece of the hose I used in a jar full of diesel on my workbench which I can check the state of. When my pumps were both changed it really transformed the drive. Before, although the car started and ran fine, if I floored it at 50mph plus it just bogged down and acted like it was running out of fuel 2003 TD6, EGR delete, Bluefin tuning, Dual 100ah AGM batteries, UHF 2way radio, Android head unit, Led Headlights, Switchback DRL`s , Trailer Electric brake controller. icarsoft & IPNA Diagnostics.

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Johnsd1v8



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It all came with new hose i took a punt on this off amazon i know its only a cheap one but ive read on hear about cheap ones still going strong 3 yrs later i was impressed with the fast delivery also

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wayneg



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That seems a great price for the complete pump and sender assy. I only got the pump then swapped it over using the old float assy 2003 TD6, EGR delete, Bluefin tuning, Dual 100ah AGM batteries, UHF 2way radio, Android head unit, Led Headlights, Switchback DRL`s , Trailer Electric brake controller. icarsoft & IPNA Diagnostics.

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Johnsd1v8



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I was looking at doing that myself but then i seen that £50 and though ill try it as its not hard job to do so i dont mind if i end up doing it twice

Post #555064 24th May 2020 7:59am
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