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"Andrew Renshaw" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Vehicle Defender 110 , 2.5TDI 1991 CSW
> Fault: getting through a fuel solenoid every 1000 miles (getting stupid)
> Today again it broke down and the fuel solenoid was faulty. New solenoid and
> works fine. I did notice last time it happened was a piece of silvery metal
> on the plunger (obviously causing it to stick).
> Anyone any ideas why I am replacing them so often? Is the pump maybe
> breaking down big time? Should I be looking for some where else for the
> How much will I pay for a reconditioned fuel pump?
> HELP PLEASE
As has been pointed out in another reply, those silvery shards
are the first sign that the injector pump is on the way out.
You need to get it sorted out sooner rather than later. Your local
diesel specialist will do the job, price varies enourmously, but
it will be a lot cheaper now rather than when the cam ring breaks up.
Most specialists will replace the rollers with new softer metal
versions that seen to cure the problem (the originals were too
hard and rather than wearing started chipping - hence the shards).
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