18-10-2016, 07:48 PM
(This post was last modified: 18-10-2016, 07:49 PM by landcrab.)
Satellitemark yes i tryed that but no go.
polar yes i took off the jets and blew through no blockage in them i tryed the pump with the jet off just the pipe but nownt. so ive just ordered a new pump online . but was wondering how to get to it.
thanks for your replies.
18-10-2016, 08:27 PM
(This post was last modified: 18-10-2016, 08:30 PM by Satellitemark.)
Polar says it's behind the wheel arch liner, I did the same job on my b9 with a replacement obtained on eBay , it took about 30 mins to do, it will make life easier if you jet wash the arch line before starting work, also stand back as you remove the pump from the tank as the water will flood out !
If it's similar to my b9 the procedure is
Remove clips and arch liner
Unclip pump electrics
Pull pump from tank
Swap pipes from old pump to the new one.
Reassembly is the reverse of above .
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thanks for that ill fit it when arrives. ill put up how i got on with it.
You may find it has a clogged up rubber boot/seal around the pump, kinda like a grommet that fits in the bottle with a rubber sock with small piercings in the end that clog up, often a whip out and clean will allow it to fill again and pump once more, not all have this but it can totally screw your pumps operation up
as stated it took around 30 min to do.i brought a new pump of ebay £6.66 only differance was the pipes fit the other way around white to black and black to white. thats it then all ready for the mot in couple of weeks.
thanks for your advice lads.