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Old 30-10-18, 07:07 PM   #1
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Default Peugeot 106 XND 1.4 Diesel Fuel Pump

Hi Guys,

I have a 1993 Peugeot 106 1.4 Diesel XND Car Hatchback and the fuel pump has packed up.
Can someone recommend a good replacement part from a third party manufacturer and if possible, it's part number ?.

Does anyone know of compatible fuel pumps from other diesel cars (eg. citreon) that will fit this car ?.

( I have tried sticking gum around it to bodge it - but it just doesn't work)

Thanks
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Old 30-10-18, 09:20 PM   #2
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Citroen ax saxo and rover metro diesels used the same engine BUT its an old engine now so it will be hard to find 1 it may be better just getting the leak repaired you dont say what is actually wrong.

There are no third party manufacturers for stuff like these.
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Old 30-10-18, 10:29 PM   #3
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Thank you for replying Reliable406

In regards to the fuel pump, there is a leak from the Rotary Vane.
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Find yourself an "Old School" diesel workshop,I`m sure any of those would be able to repair the pump.
If your any way near Reading Berks I know a brilliant old boy. If he cuts himself he bleeds diesel.
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Find yourself an "Old School" diesel workshop,I`m sure any of those would be able to repair the pump.
If your any way near Reading Berks I know a brilliant old boy. If he cuts himself he bleeds diesel.
Thank you for the reply Old Pug

Can you Private Message me his contact details ? - he could solve the problem.

Much appreciated.
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PM on its way.
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