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Old 30-01-13, 05:01 PM   #1
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Question Where is the abs pump?

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I've had a quick look but it started raining, but I could not see it at all
It's a 2.0 hdi 90bhp 02 plate
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Old 30-01-13, 05:10 PM   #2
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They hid it under the passenger wing

Behind the wheel arch liner under headlight passenger side
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They hid it under the passenger wing

Behind the wheel arch liner under headlight passenger side
Thanks for that so I'm guessing there will be some crap on it being right down there then!
I want to see if the plug to the pump has corroded as I have a pump fault and its intermittent....
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In theory it should be reasonably OK if the wheel arch liner is fitted properly.

Am I right in thinking these have a plastic "bag" around them as well, or is that the horn or something else round that region (cooling fan relays?)
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In theory it should be reasonably OK if the wheel arch liner is fitted properly.

Am I right in thinking these have a plastic "bag" around them as well, or is that the horn or something else round that region (cooling fan relays?)
A garage said the pump was fooked but if this was the case why does the fault go away and come back on when I hit a good pot hole?

I don't know about a bag around anything but its French
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Think bag was on abs


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A garage said the pump was fooked but if this was the case why does the fault go away and come back on when I hit a good pot hole?
Because cleaning up the wiring =

Replacing the whole pump and labour =
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Because cleaning up the wiring =

Replacing the whole pump and labour =
Hay gibbo do you think it could be the plug on the pump?
It worked in the snow intill I hit a bump
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I'd say its possible. Always check wiring or whatever you can for free before spending. Electrical contact cleaner is something every Pug owner should have in his toolkit, I've lost count at the things its fixed on my Pugs (mainly the 307)

Brake switch
MAF sensor
Lights
Horn
Fan relays
Indicator stalk
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I'd say its possible. Always check wiring or whatever you can for free before spending. Electrical contact cleaner is something every Pug owner should have in his toolkit, I've lost count at the things its fixed on my Pugs (mainly the 307)

Brake switch
MAF sensor
Lights
Horn
Fan relays
Indicator stalk
Will WD40 be on to clean the contacts?
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