Replaces Mercedes Part Number/s: 002 091 9701, 116 090 0050, 116 091 0201
Bosch Numbers: 0580 254 910, 0580 254 973, 0580 254 975, 0 580 254 942, 0 580 464 125
Bosch Short Numbers: 69609, 61942
Fits the following Mercedes Benz models , with a single fuel pump system:
(PLEASE NOTE: This pump will not fit models with a dual pump system - please verify this first)
Also, please note - Bosch changed the design of this pump. The new imporoved pump, Bosch number is now 058464125, and the pump no longer has the blue band, but instead a black concertina spacer.
1984-93 mercedes 190 E 2.3L
1987-89 mercedes 260 E
1978-81 mercedes 280 CE Coupe
1977-81 mercedes 280 E
1977-80 mercedes 280 SE
1972-83 mercedes 280 SL
1977-83 mercedes SLC
1986-92 mercedes 300 E
1990-92 mercedes 300 E 2.6L
1984-85 mercedes 380 SE
1982-83 mercedes 380 SEC coupe
1981-83 mercedes 380 SEL
1981-85 mercedes 380 SL
1981 mercedes 380 SLC
1976-80 mercedes 450 SE
1976-80 mercedes 450 SEL
1977-79 mercedes 450 SEL 6.9L
1976-80 mercedes 450 SL
1977-80 mercedes 450 SLC
1984-85 mercedes 500 SEC coupe
1984-85 mercedes 500 SEL
1981-85 mercedes 500 SL
OEM Bosch fuel pumps. Bosch fuel pumps are designed and manufactured under stringent quality control processes to ensure they perform as one would expect from an OEM product. Next time you require a fuel pump, consider not only the performance and quality of a genuine Bosch fuel pump, but also their cost effectiveness knowing that the fuel pump you use will function perfectly first time-every time. It is always recommended when replacing a fuel pump to change the fuel filter as well.
More about fuel pumps:
The fuel supply system's purpose is to transport the fuel from the tank into the combustion chamber
- in the right amount
- at the right time
with the right pressure
Bosch's range of fuel-supply products includes the entire in-tank unit with an integrated electric fuel pump and filter, the fuel rail, and the fuel injectors. Fuel-supply systems from Bosch can be integrated into all engines.
Electric fuel pumps are installed either as a component part of an in-tank unit, or they can be fitted directly in the fuel-supply circuit as an individual component. They are powered from the vehicle's electrical system, and are capable of pumping a variety of different fuels from the fuel tank to the engine. Our fuel pumps are used for engines covering a very wide range of power outputs: From large-displacement diesel or gasoline engines.
In-tank fuel-pump units measure the amount of fuel in the tank and ensure that the appropriate quantity of fuel is pumped to the engine at a constant rate, or in accordance with demands. These in-tank units can comprise an electric fuel pump, a fuel filter, a fuel-pressure regulator valve, a fuel-level sensor, and a fuel reservoir. They are used for both gasoline and diesel engines.
Our gasoline-engine fuel injectors are the optimal solution for fulfilling the requirements of the very wide range of intake-air and fuel systems. The new EV 14 fuel injector not only sets new standards, but is also available in three different installation lengths. Due to is extremely compact design, it can be integrated in the fuel distributor.
Bosch fuel distributors (fuel rails) can be either throughflow modules when used in manifold injection, or they are of the non-throughflow type when used with gasoline direct injection. In the latter case, they are either with fuel return flow or without it. Bosch manufactures their fuel rails from aluminum, steel, or plastic.