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Old 27-06-16, 06:48 PM   #1
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Daughters 106 1.1 fuel pump apparently has failed.
I have been given quotes of up to 400 to replace, I can't get to see the car yet, but according to Haynes it's located on the cylinder head, but the rac guy apparently got under the car to diagnose the problem. Can anyone help? I'm not paying 400, and seems I can get a pump for 30. How easy is the job?
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Old 27-06-16, 08:04 PM   #2
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106 changed a lot in their life early ones are on head later ones are electric but even the electric one is not hard to change

NEVER believe the RAC or AA they dont know everything and when the computer wont talk to the car they are lost
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Old 27-06-16, 08:07 PM   #3
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Seems rac guy gave it whack somewhere under the back of the car and it's running, any ideas.
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Must be later model then electric pump in tank i would check the wires going into it for burnt contacts first before replacing pump.
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Old 28-06-16, 07:28 AM   #5
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Is the pump in or on the tank? Or could it be either? Either way does the tank need to come off?
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Its in the tank access from under back seat on most but some do need tank dropped lift back seat see if there is rubber or plastic cap its under that
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Old 28-06-16, 08:45 AM   #7
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You can get a quality O/E pump from GSF for 150-175 ?
Before you buy follow reliable`s advice,check all wires and multi plugs first.
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