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Old 09-10-18, 03:39 PM   #1
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Default Removing fuel pump 2.2HDI

I have a feeling that the timing pulley has to be taken off before it is free. Anyone know? All the mounting bolts are out and it wobbles about but no more.
It is a 2007 model.

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Old 09-10-18, 06:41 PM   #2
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Loosen the centre nut on the pulley refit the mount bolts loosely to support pump then tap the edge of the pulley to loosen pulley from the taper then remove nut/bolts and it will come free.

That is for the 4HZ engine type which is what i expect it to be.
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So I need to setup the belt like I am about to change it?
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Old 09-10-18, 07:54 PM   #4
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When i removed the pump on my old 307. I timed up the engine and pinned the crank and cam. Slackened and removed the belt then used the timing pin hole on pump to lock pump slackened the pulley bolt and pump mounting then used copper mallet to free the pulley then removed pump
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As is usual we dont have all the info IE what you are actually doing but you can remove the pump without messing the timing if you do it carefully as stated in windys post i have done it many times to test pumps before selling them.
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I want to get the pump off for replacement of the o rings that i ordered a kit for.
So, you think that the timing should be ok? I only have the book for the earlier engine and don't know where the flywheel locating hole is.
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I stripped the pump but found that the oil sealing portion of the main shaft is deeply grooved. Are these parts available?
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Old 18-10-18, 02:48 PM   #8
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I did not press the seal in quite to the full depth and refitted the pump with new seals. Ran much better, but just at the top of my road I went to turn left and the engine cut out. I did notice a pollution warning on the central console and the yellow engine light is on. The key plays a tune when the door is opened.
The engine will not start now. Any ideas?

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Does it turn over faster than you would normally expect ?
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It does seem to, but then the engine is warm
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