GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Please check here before posting to see if your question has been answered before.

GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Sun Jul 16, 2006 2:23 pm

this guide was done for help for a guy that needed it on his xr2i, but its the same for frst also.
the fitment of the pump is the same for all EFI's and CFI's

Before starting any work make sure you have everything your going need to do the jon.

These are the bits I recommend to have or can get very easy (like the same day) to do these jobs.

Fuel pump

New sender unit sealer ring
Copper grease (for when fitting new bolts)
Spare nuts and bolts and washers
WD40
Something to syphen petrol from tank and store it in (if needed)
Jack
Axle stands
Tools

Injectors

New seals 8 for injectors, 1 for regulator
Fuel filter (if your changing it)
WD40
Tool
Rags to soak up petrol


First off you have to depressurise the system, even if your doing 1 or the other, to do this, take the fuse out for the fuel pump, take petrol filler cap off and crank it over a few times, disconnect battery.
you can leave the cap off if you want but don’t need to
make sure you have very little petrol in the tank, if there’s a lot your have to syphen it out other wise your spill it everywhere.

Jack and axle stands are need to gain more room under the car, you don’t need to raise it if you fell you have enough room, but I recommend to raise it a bit, even if you put breeze blocks under the rear wheels that’s a extra 3 inches.
But chock the front wheels, and make sure its safe to go under before you do.

If you plan to have the back high, and not remover the tank from under the car you may need something to rest the tank on save strain on the plastic fuel lines

fitting the pump

Disconnect the wiring plug from the top of the tank but lifting the rear seats and unplugging it.
To drop the tank, you need to disconnect all the pipes from the filler pipe to the tank, some have to be done once tank id off, and the tank can be slid off the filler pipe it self.
Undo the 4 bolts holding the tank up, you may find the back ones will be a pain, sometimes the spring nut snaps so it spins but you can get a spanner of it or wedge a screw driver in to stop it, but once all 4 are off lower the tank, front end first and slide it off filler pipe, if the whole tank is to be removed from under the car disconnect the remaining pipes from the tank.
To remove the fuel pipes from the sender unit, start with the one with the push fit connection, the outer white bit needs to be broken off (unless you have the tool) and you push the small inner white bit in and slide the pipe off as its no different to any other push fitting.
Remover the other pipe and now you can remove the tank from under the car.
If you don’t want to remove the tank from under the car, leave the 2 fuel pipes on the sender unit and proceed to remove the pump taking car not to kink or crack the fuel lines.
To remove the pump you have to get the whole sender unit out, using a bit of alloy or something (not steel as you don’t want to cause a spark!!!) tap the seal ring round and remove it, pull the sender unit out.
f you want to by pass the black box, cut the red and black wire that’s goes to it and join it the the wires to the pump. (you do not need to bypass this black box if you don’t want to!)
depending on the make of pump the connections could be different to that of ford but the plug for the new pump will/should be with it so good enough. but use protective connections with the plastic on them.
Remove the old pump from the sender unit, careful not to bend the float to the sender, you will need to keep the throttle damper for the new pump so fit that on the new pump.
fit the pump in the cradle and put it back reverse to how you took it out., check the bag at the bottom of the pump is not going to in any way touch the float on the sender , if it does, move it as it will tell you have fuel when in fact you haven’t! As it will keep the float up a little.
before you final fit the tank back, get a mate to fit the fuel pump fuse back in and turn the ignition on (with battery connected of course) to check the pump will prime/work, if it does refit everything in reverse to how it came off, if it don’t, check the fuse, check the batter is connected right, check the sender/fuel pump plug (give it a little wd40if need be) also check the fuel cut off switch which is located in the passenger footwall behind the kick trim, pull the plunger/switch up (off) and press it back down (on) as you want it on, if it don’t come up when you pull it, it means it tripped and just press it back down. if it still don’t work and your getting power to the pump then the pumps naff, but chances of that.....not likely
on the seal that the filler pipe goes into, rub a bit of oil over it to ease fitting the filler pipe back in, only a little will be needed and you can take a drip from the dipstick if you don’t have any spare.


injectors,

going on that the system is de pressurised and battery is disconnected and fuel pump fuse is back out,

you can do it with the top half of inlet manifold on (hard way)
or with it off (easy way)
for ease you can remove the top half of the inlet manifold but a new gasket is recommended for it if you do it this way and I also recommend new injectors seals 100% (if new injectors are fitted new seals should be with them, but get a new one for the regulator just in case)

disconnect throttle cable, do this by opening it by hand on the right side and removing cable, then prize it out with a screw driver from the bracket,
Unplug the TPS plug , the ISCV plug and also the sensor plug on the right hand side of the inlet, remove charge carrier/intake
you will also need to remove the vac pipe that goes to the brake servo, this is done the same way as the fuel pipe, push the little ring part in and pull the pipe out as that to is a push fitting.
there are about 4 nuts along the top back edge of the inlet, remove them, the other ones hold the injector loom on and they have to come off anyway.
depending on which bracket you have holding the throttle cable you might need to remove this, if its one that has a bit going down to the bottom half of the inlet, your need to remove 2 bolts either side of the throttle body, don’t worry if the bracket don’t move as its has another done below but that can stay, if you have a different one like most xr2is, its bolted to the top half only so you don’t have to touch it.
remove the top part of the inlet manifold, unplug all the injectors, and unplug the injector loom and remove (there is a plug that goes to the water temp sensor on the bottom of the inlet that has to be unplugged, and also the wire to the oil pressure switch also so you have to get you hand down the back but this one is just pushed on and pulls off.
just don’t forget to reconnect these when you put it back together
undo the 2 bolts that hole the fuel rail down, and pull off, it will be hard as the injectors are in it but it will come off.
you do not need to remove the fuel pressure regulator, if you do I advise a new seal for this also.

pull out any injectors that ate still in the bottom half, fit the new seals to the new injectors, I advise a dab of oil on each seal to ease fitting it to the injectors but more so to help back into the bottom half of inlet, if you don’t use oil its a focker!
fit injectors in bottom half, refit fuel rail, make sure all injectors have seated right (as far in as they will go) and bolt on fuel rail
from now, fit everything back on as it cam off fitting new gasket to inlet manifold middle, to get what’s left of the old one off you might need to scrape it with a Stanley scrapper/Stanley blade.
when it comes to fitting the vac pipe from servo back on this will just need pushing on like the fuel pipe, it will go so far and stop, that means its on and that’s finished with.

once its all back together, reconnect battery, put petrol in (if you haven’t already) fit fuel pump fuse and prime the system by turning ignition on and off a min of 6 times, turn it once so pump buzzes, when it stops do it again, don’t try and start the car until its primed!!

if you don’t want to do the easy way and you want to leave the top half on, then you have to follow what is above but don’t remove the top half, but I recommend the easy way!

if your going this far, why not replace the fuel filter.
if so, its located on the passenger side inner wing by the battery, leave it in the bracket but undo the bolts both ends as there be tight, once "cracked" you can remove the filter or take the pipes off first, don’t lose the copper washer that sits between the bolt and filter (both ends)
take filter out, fit new one and bolt pipes back on.

if fuel filter is replace I recommend the system is primed a lot more like 12+ times to ensure fuel is up to the injectors.

Please note, the way I have said about priming the system is right, you do not need to disconnect any pipe to bleed air out.

when you come to start it (even if you didn’t replace fuel filter) it might crank for a while but it will go, if not check all plugs on injectors and TPS etc etc, if need be spray the insides of the plugs with some wd40 and it will probably idle a bit funny to start with but it will/should settle back to norm give or take.

Again, if you think you cant complete this job on your own or do it safely, DON’T
Get someone to help you or do it for you.

But I strongly advise new injector seals are fitted, don’t chance the old ones, ive seen people fit them back despite what ive told them and they have leaked, and your hot exhaust is only 2 foot away, you want to take that chance for the sake of 20p per seal?? (£8 set from fords not including regulator)

Good luck and hope this guide helps.
Oh and the guild for fuel pump fit fitment is the same for all EFI’s and CFI’s.

Image
Last edited by jayrs on Fri Jul 13, 2007 12:43 pm, edited 2 times in total.
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Sponsored Links
(not a real person)

Postby jayrs on Tue Jul 18, 2006 12:02 am

can a mod move this to guides please
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Postby paradox on Tue Jul 18, 2006 10:04 am

nice guide jay mate should come in handy for a lot of people
Image
paradox
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
 
Posts: 2023
Joined: Mon Jun 21, 2004 3:33 pm
Location: wolverhampton/telford

Postby jayrs on Tue Jul 18, 2006 10:07 am

cheers bud, i hope it does mate.

few more different ones to come at some point whenn i start putting things back on the car i can get the pic's.

like some pics to add to this one for the injectors etc. :)
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Postby ~nomad~ on Sun Jul 23, 2006 10:07 pm

superb, very helpful for fitting my injectors to the new manifold (see thread in members gallery) will go get the seals tomorrow :)
Image
:2004 Merc Vito: - :1983 Nissan Datsun 280zx: - :1992 GT Pro Series: - :2012 Mondraker Dune R:
~nomad~
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 12504
Joined: Fri Jan 18, 2002 12:00 am
Location: hertfordshire
Your car: Breadvan

Postby black2 on Thu Jul 27, 2006 1:34 pm

This guide is going to come in very handy because my fuel pump has just broke so i am going to fit an escort cosworth one now.

I will let you know how i get on. :D

Gareth.
black2
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 2514
Joined: Thu Sep 25, 2003 1:50 pm
Location: Devon

Postby chris-fiesta on Thu Jul 27, 2006 2:13 pm

nice one jay! i will definately have this to hand next week when i do my fuel pump :D
Image
chris-fiesta
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
 
Posts: 3422
Joined: Tue Jun 22, 2004 11:58 am
Location: croydon, london Drives: 2.0 16v mk3

Postby jayrs on Thu Aug 03, 2006 12:06 am

cheers guys, glad it can be of some help to ya. :)
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Postby jayrs on Thu Aug 16, 2007 11:40 pm

bloody hell, a year ago i done this guide :oooh: :lol:
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Wed Dec 12, 2007 1:09 pm

just bumpping this up as its been asked in tech
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby Ram on Tue May 12, 2009 12:59 am

i got an old spare pump and cradle etc. from a 1.6 si fiesta. is the housing the same as the frst one? obviously bar the the actual pump. as now my cars on the road it would be easier if i can just use this housing to fit my cossie pump then straight swap it with my current one when i get time
Ram
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
 
Posts: 1361
Joined: Thu Sep 28, 2006 2:39 am
Location: oxFORDshire
Your car: Mint Mk2 Cortina 2dr Zetec

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Tue May 12, 2009 8:41 am

yeah it should be the same mate
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby Ram on Tue May 12, 2009 2:00 pm

cool, but how the hell do i remove the bit of rubber fuel hose without snipping it as its rigid and wont any give any flex?
Ram
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
 
Posts: 1361
Joined: Thu Sep 28, 2006 2:39 am
Location: oxFORDshire
Your car: Mint Mk2 Cortina 2dr Zetec

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby Ram on Tue May 12, 2009 4:59 pm

just had a another look and looks like its no good, the si one doesnt have a throttle damper, or at least the one i robbed from the scrappy doesnt lol.
il just wait till i can get my current one out
Ram
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
 
Posts: 1361
Joined: Thu Sep 28, 2006 2:39 am
Location: oxFORDshire
Your car: Mint Mk2 Cortina 2dr Zetec

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Tue May 12, 2009 9:01 pm

some people dont bother with a throttle damper mate.
i would though tbh
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby Ram on Wed May 13, 2009 2:11 am

yeh i might as well, you know what i should do bout the rubber hose then? its gotta come off in order to take my old pump out?
Ram
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
 
Posts: 1361
Joined: Thu Sep 28, 2006 2:39 am
Location: oxFORDshire
Your car: Mint Mk2 Cortina 2dr Zetec

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Wed May 13, 2009 2:16 am

might as well what? use your one and have the damper?

the rubber pipe? which rubber pipe mate? or you mean the ones on the sender unit?

pm me about it mate, im off to bed now lol
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby Ram on Wed May 13, 2009 2:41 am

yeh im assuming the one in my rs at the mo has a damper so il just use that cradle.
il pm you a pic of what i mean bout the rubber pipe tommorow lol
Ram
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
 
Posts: 1361
Joined: Thu Sep 28, 2006 2:39 am
Location: oxFORDshire
Your car: Mint Mk2 Cortina 2dr Zetec

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Wed May 13, 2009 8:44 am

yeah itr should have a damper.

ok ill wait for pic mate
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby georgiocat on Wed May 13, 2009 10:59 pm

Just today I replaced my fuel pump for ease of mind.I used a Hoffer one,car feels way better now.Tend to think that previous one was drying out when turbo was raising boost.So,your guide was really helpfull m8.Just a question.Any idea what is in the black box?I didn't took it off,I reconnected it,but just curious.Also...If you don't reconnect the throttle damper,what will be the difference-result of removing it?
georgiocat
Post Master
Post Master
 
Posts: 806
Joined: Mon Dec 29, 2008 7:36 pm
Location: Patras,Greece,Earth,Milkyway galaxy.
Your car: Ford Escort MK5b 1.6 Efi RST

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Wed May 13, 2009 11:36 pm

glad to hear it helped mate

the black box is a surpressor, i belive it stops interferance or something like that so the contents is nothing major if its like other surpressors.

the throttle damper, i belive stops surging when you floor it so you dont get a jult, but people have removed them and found no difference
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby georgiocat on Thu May 14, 2009 12:04 pm

Allways helpfull ;) The black thing round the pump is rubber?Is it an upgraded one?Any idea of the delivery rate of yours?I think I will start a new thread...Don't want to hi-jack your guide...
georgiocat
Post Master
Post Master
 
Posts: 806
Joined: Mon Dec 29, 2008 7:36 pm
Location: Patras,Greece,Earth,Milkyway galaxy.
Your car: Ford Escort MK5b 1.6 Efi RST

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Fri May 15, 2009 12:40 am

its cool mate, you carry on.

the rubber seal is standard, i dont think they make a uprated one as its just not needed fella.

mine although "uprated" is a standard escort cosworth pump (as there frst uprated) so what ever a cossie pumps mine does, and tbh im not sure what the rate is
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby georgiocat on Fri May 15, 2009 10:53 am

Crap cfi's...I couldn't find a suitable fuel pump for mine,since the bottom ring that holds the underside of the pump is different...So we ended on fitting a pump which is used on Escorts with 1.8 130hp zetecs.Truth is car feels way better on driving now,and this pump I am using must have higher delivery rate.
georgiocat
Post Master
Post Master
 
Posts: 806
Joined: Mon Dec 29, 2008 7:36 pm
Location: Patras,Greece,Earth,Milkyway galaxy.
Your car: Ford Escort MK5b 1.6 Efi RST

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Fri May 15, 2009 8:09 pm

yeah it will mate glad to hear you sorted it
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby B19 LBP on Fri Jun 12, 2009 8:43 pm

is there a guide for fitting a escort cosworth pump??

im doing this on a mk4 EFI escort cab that im fitting a fiesta turbo engine to, ive taken the tank off today and removed the old pump but could see how to fit the escort one as its bigger,
B19 LBP
Newbie Poster
Newbie Poster
 
Posts: 14
Joined: Wed Apr 29, 2009 8:46 pm

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Fri Jun 12, 2009 10:16 pm

[quote="B19 LBP"]is there a guide for fitting a escort cosworth pump??

im doing this on a mk4 EFI escort cab that im fitting a fiesta turbo engine to, ive taken the tank off today and removed the old pump but could see how to fit the escort one as its bigger,[/quote]


this guide is for the fuel pump, the pump in my picture is a escort cosworth pump mate
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby B19 LBP on Fri Jun 12, 2009 10:34 pm

[quote="jayrs"][quote="B19 LBP"]is there a guide for fitting a escort cosworth pump??

im doing this on a mk4 EFI escort cab that im fitting a fiesta turbo engine to, ive taken the tank off today and removed the old pump but could see how to fit the escort one as its bigger,[/quote]


this guide is for the fuel pump, the pump in my picture is a escort cosworth pump mate[/quote]


oh nuts, mine pump dont look nothing like that , ive been sold an uprated escort cosworth fuel pump.

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v75/cozzie350/project%20rs/18052009249.jpg[/IMG]
B19 LBP
Newbie Poster
Newbie Poster
 
Posts: 14
Joined: Wed Apr 29, 2009 8:46 pm

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Fri Jun 12, 2009 11:00 pm

that aint a escort coswoth pump mate, thats a seirra cosworth one i belive, or a up rated escort one.
it is by no means a "in tank pump"
but mk4 escorts norm have external pumps, meaning this would work.
i take it your escort has a in tank pump then? if yes, then sorry, that pump is as much use to you as a chocolate fire gaurd

edit, to confirm, yes it is a seirra cosworth pump
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Performance-Fuel- ... 7C294%3A50
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby B19 LBP on Fri Jun 12, 2009 11:04 pm

[quote="jayrs"]that aint a escort coswoth pump mate, thats a seirra cosworth one i belive, or a up rated escort one.
it is by no means a "in tank pump"
but mk4 escorts norm have external pumps, meaning this would work.
i take it your escort has a in tank pump then? if yes, then sorry, that pump is as much use to you as a chocolate fire gaurd

edit, to confirm, yes it is a seirra cosworth pump
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Performance-Fuel- ... 7C294%3A50[/quote]

its deff an escort cosworth uprated fuel pump as its got a built in filter at the bottom.

wheres the best/cheapest place to get the one i need please?
B19 LBP
Newbie Poster
Newbie Poster
 
Posts: 14
Joined: Wed Apr 29, 2009 8:46 pm

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby B19 LBP on Fri Jun 12, 2009 11:05 pm

B19 LBP
Newbie Poster
Newbie Poster
 
Posts: 14
Joined: Wed Apr 29, 2009 8:46 pm

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Fri Jun 12, 2009 11:35 pm

done a bit of searching and it seems it is a in tank pump
not one ive seen for the escort cos tbh.

i gotta ask though, why a up-reated escort cosworth pump? for your engine a standard escort cosworth pump, like mine pictured would be fine, as the standard escort cos pump is a FRST "up-rated" pump.

this pump you got would be very over kill i have to say, the pressure it would produce and LPH would be far more than ever able to use.
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby B19 LBP on Sat Jun 13, 2009 8:12 am

[quote="jayrs"]done a bit of searching and it seems it is a in tank pump
not one ive seen for the escort cos tbh.

i gotta ask though, why a up-reated escort cosworth pump? for your engine a standard escort cosworth pump, like mine pictured would be fine, as the standard escort cos pump is a FRST "up-rated" pump.

this pump you got would be very over kill i have to say, the pressure it would produce and LPH would be far more than ever able to use.[/quote]

i was sold it as a std ecoort cosworth pump and ive never seen one b4 so thought it was the right one untill i took the tank out ..

wheres the best/cheapest place to get the one i need please ???
B19 LBP
Newbie Poster
Newbie Poster
 
Posts: 14
Joined: Wed Apr 29, 2009 8:46 pm

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby georgiocat on Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:16 am

It is deffo an external pump,you cant use it in the tank.Best bet I think is ebay,further that you can look for bosch or hoffer fuel pumps.Hoffer ones are Bosch ones packaged in a different box and with different price,this is what I have used for mine.I can't name any shops,since I am from Greece,sorry... :)
georgiocat
Post Master
Post Master
 
Posts: 806
Joined: Mon Dec 29, 2008 7:36 pm
Location: Patras,Greece,Earth,Milkyway galaxy.
Your car: Ford Escort MK5b 1.6 Efi RST

Re: GUIDE fuel pump and injector fitment

Postby jayrs on Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:17 am

thats my thoughts mate, it does look like a external one, and i still think it is, although what ive read on the net says different??

anyhow, i reckomend not using it and getting a proper intank pump
jayrs
Elite Post Master
Elite Post Master
User avatar
Posts: 31519
Joined: Mon Apr 19, 2004 10:32 pm
Location: I.O.W
Your car: FRST, XR2, ST170, ST225

Car: 1991 Ford Fiesta RS Turbo

Next

Twitter

Happy to announce we now have Adrian Flux on board for the club insurance scheme. Details here: http://t.co/Yy8WcWdUvn

22:59, 25th September 2014 Twitter Web Client

RT @Speedhunters: A Ford Fiesta. A rear wheel drive, Volvo turbo powered Ford Fiesta. http://t.co/lFd9dfhhTF #featurecars #ford #fie... htt…

21:01, 2nd December 2013 Twitter Web Client

Follow fiestaturbo.com on Twitter:
http://twitter.com/fiestaturbo/

RSS Feeds

Subscribe to the RSS feed

What is RSS?

RSS is a technology that lets you use special applications or modern browsers to notify you you when a site is updated. You can then read the updated content in that application or your browser.

To subscribe to these RSS feeds you need to copy the links above. For instructions on how to add it to the feeds you keep track of, consult the documentation of your RSS reader.