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Old 06-01-17, 06:20 PM   #1
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Hey guys, my name is Ken. Live on west coast of Canada Just outside Vancouver. About 10 years ago I bought a 751 bobcat used. Machine has been great to me. until recently. I found out that the model year that I bought used a Peugeot engine due to an earthquake in Japan that shut down Kubota. The machine was built in 1985 ( I believe ) and has a 1.9 l diesel engine in it. The fuel pump seems to have packed it in now. I am hoping someone here can help with info for me. Does anyone know what vehicle that engine was normally used in? It is a Lucas injector pump, also wondering if anyone has/ knows of one for sale. Any help is much appreciated.
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Hey guys, my name is Ken. Live on west coast of Canada Just outside Vancouver. About 10 years ago I bought a 751 bobcat used. Machine has been great to me. until recently. I found out that the model year that I bought used a Peugeot engine due to an earthquake in Japan that shut down Kubota. The machine was built in 1985 ( I believe ) and has a 1.9 l diesel engine in it. The fuel pump seems to have packed it in now. I am hoping someone here can help with info for me. Does anyone know what vehicle that engine was normally used in? It is a Lucas injector pump, also wondering if anyone has/ knows of one for sale. Any help is much appreciated.
engine number would be very helpful
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Hi....any pump like that i would send to a diesel service company...must be one in canada....good luck and welcome
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They used the engine from a 405 205 citroen BX era i have seen a couple it is called an XUD9 if turbo model you need a turbo pump as they are different it would be an XUD9TE

They are getting old now but a used one from any of the above would fit also the 306 citroen zx/xantia would also fit but the immobiliser box would need to be removed
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Thank you so much for quick replies. Unfortunately I don't have engine number right this minute , but will get shortly. There is a very good pump guy in Vancouver that I may take it to to rebuild for me. Best option would be if I could buy one, plug it in and go. Car model that it went in could help huge with that. Anyone else has anything I'm all ears guys.
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well done reliable...(again) must be the same as was in my old 305 and my 405...so pre imobilizer days the pump had an electronic stop solenoid..memory failing now...just a long shot...check the stop solenoid it may be stuck or no feed....good luck
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Post a good pic/s of the motor, that will help exactly identify your particular motor. Along with the engine number of course...
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Engine number wont help as it is not nN engine code just a series number from production engine code is as i say XUD
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Reliable, do you know anything about the possibility of a bosch pump to replace this?
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Yes you can fit a bosch pump but they are hard to find as most bosch were turbo engines and you would also need to change injectors and feed pipes
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