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Old April 2nd 07, 04:15 PM posted to uk.rec.motorcaravans
Steve[_9_]
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Does anyone have access to the AUTOPARTS DIESEL INJECTION Book ????

If so I will willing pay for a copy of the Injection Pump removal
process And if possible a blowup diagram of the pump and its
components.

Mine has just started leaking from the drive pulley seal and I suspect
that the bearings in the pump will need replacing, if I can get it off
I save myself the huge bill that no doubt will be presented by the
garages.

Thanks in advance
Steve.

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Old April 2nd 07, 05:41 PM posted to uk.rec.motorcaravans
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"Steve" wrote in message
oups.com...
Does anyone have access to the AUTOPARTS DIESEL INJECTION Book ????

If so I will willing pay for a copy of the Injection Pump removal
process And if possible a blowup diagram of the pump and its
components.

Mine has just started leaking from the drive pulley seal and I suspect
that the bearings in the pump will need replacing, if I can get it off
I save myself the huge bill that no doubt will be presented by the
garages.

Thanks in advance
Steve.

Don't even consider stripping the injector pump. Its a highly skilled
process, hence there being diesel pump specialists. Ask any experienced
motor vehicle technician, they'll all say the same. The diesel specialist
will give information on how to remove and re-install the pump as you need
to peg various pullies. Most people will also replace the belt.


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Old April 2nd 07, 06:07 PM posted to uk.rec.motorcaravans
Steve[_9_]
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On 2 Apr, 18:41, "johnh" wrote:
"Steve" wrote in message

oups.com... Does anyone have access to the AUTOPARTS DIESEL INJECTION Book ????

If so I will willing pay for a copy of the Injection Pump removal
process And if possible a blowup diagram of the pump and its
components.


Mine has just started leaking from the drive pulley seal and I suspect
that the bearings in the pump will need replacing, if I can get it off
I save myself the huge bill that no doubt will be presented by the
garages.


Thanks in advance
Steve.


Don't even consider stripping the injector pump. Its a highly skilled
process, hence there being diesel pump specialists. Ask any experienced
motor vehicle technician, they'll all say the same. The diesel specialist
will give information on how to remove and re-install the pump as you need
to peg various pullies. Most people will also replace the belt.


I had NO intention of stripping the Pump, The Company I use only
repairs them it doesn't remove them. I want the Diagram to see how to
remove it not attempt to repair it.
The Pump blow-up is purely to expand my understanding of the working
principles, Its called expanding my knowledge ! But thanks your
comments anyway

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Old April 2nd 07, 08:57 PM posted to uk.rec.motorcaravans
johnh
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"Steve" wrote in message
ups.com...
On 2 Apr, 18:41, "johnh" wrote:
"Steve" wrote in message

oups.com... Does

anyone have access to the AUTOPARTS DIESEL INJECTION Book ????

If so I will willing pay for a copy of the Injection Pump removal
process And if possible a blowup diagram of the pump and its
components.


Mine has just started leaking from the drive pulley seal and I suspect
that the bearings in the pump will need replacing, if I can get it off
I save myself the huge bill that no doubt will be presented by the
garages.


Thanks in advance
Steve.


Don't even consider stripping the injector pump. Its a highly skilled
process, hence there being diesel pump specialists. Ask any experienced
motor vehicle technician, they'll all say the same. The diesel

specialist
will give information on how to remove and re-install the pump as you

need
to peg various pullies. Most people will also replace the belt.


I had NO intention of stripping the Pump, The Company I use only
repairs them it doesn't remove them. I want the Diagram to see how to
remove it not attempt to repair it.
The Pump blow-up is purely to expand my understanding of the working
principles, Its called expanding my knowledge ! But thanks your
comments anyway

When you take the timing belt cover off, you should see holes or slots in
the crank pulley, the camshaft pulley and the pump pulley. Simply rotate the
crank until the pulley holes line up with holes in the block. peg them in
position (most people use the blunt end of suitably sized drills to use as
pegs). Then its safe to remove the pump. What more info do you need?





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Old April 2nd 07, 09:08 PM posted to uk.rec.motorcaravans
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"johnh" wrote in message
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Then its safe to remove the pump. What more info do you need?


Depends of if the timing belt pulley is 'keyed' to the pump shaft and
the 'new' (or rebuilt) pump doesn't need to have the spill-port timing
fine tuned upon fitting of the new pump I suspect.


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Old April 23rd 07, 10:29 AM posted to uk.rec.motorcaravans
hymer46
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On 2 Apr, 17:15, "Steve" wrote:
Does anyone have access to the AUTOPARTS DIESEL INJECTION Book ????

If so I will willing pay for a copy of the Injection Pump removal
process And if possible a blowup diagram of the pump and its
components.

Mine has just started leaking from the drive pulley seal and I suspect
that the bearings in the pump will need replacing, if I can get it off
I save myself the huge bill that no doubt will be presented by the
garages.

Thanks in advance
Steve.


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