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.
Quality Replacement Fuel Pumps & Fuel Pump Modules (Fuel Pump with integrated Tank Sender)
In addition to our OEM Bosch fuel pumps we now stock a new economical range of OEM quality fuel pumps such as an Audi fuel pump, BMW fuel pump, Mercedes fuel pump, Volkswagen fuel pump and Volvo fuel pump - all in an economical money saving version. These excellent quality fuel pumps are built to OEM specifications and perform as one would expect from an OEM brand. All of our replacement brand fuel pumps are 100% tested for durability prior to mass production for at least 2500/hrs. All fuel pumps are then precisely manufactured to OEM specification before being individally tested in a state-of-the-art testing facility. The fuel pumps are manufactured with top quality critical parts such as the pom, pps, carbon commutator and carbon brushes - all which are sourced from world renowned raw material supply companies. The manufacturer of our replacement fuel pumps has been awarded a TS16949 certification for having established and applied a quality managment system in the manufacturring of their automotive fuel pumps by TUV Germany. They are also ISO9001:2000, ISO14001:1996, and CE certified. So next time you are in need of a Audi fuel pump, BMW fuel pump, Mercedes fuel pump, Volkswagen fuel pump or Volvo fuel pump, consider one of our excellent quality replacement fuel pumps for a fraction of the price and save.
FUEL PUMP REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE AND PERSONAL INJURY IT IS NECESSARY
TO OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS:
This type of repair should be done in a properly equipped service facility by an authorized and certified technician.
Ensure that you are in a well ventilated and level work area.
Be certain that you are not near any source of a spark, and in a non smoking area.
Always have a functional Class B fire extinguisher available and the phone numbers of your emergency departments on hand.
Avoid using a bare light bulb and/or extension cords that may break or cause a spark.
Always use approved safety glasses or goggles when working on any motor vehicle.
Before beginning work on any part of a vehicle, disconnect the ground (negative) cable of the battery, so that it does not accidentally spark while working.
Gasoline that comes in contact with skin for a prolonged period, should be washed promptly after work is completed.
Vapors should not be inhaled and should be avoided. Should you feel light headed or faint, stop working and proceed to a fresh air source.
Always follow proper lift or hoist procedures when working on a vehicle. If jacking equipment is used to lift the vehicle, always use approved supports to maintain stability while working underneath the vehicle.
Removing gasoline from a fuel tank must be done with an OSHA approved pump. It is strongly recommended that no other type of pump is used because of the possibility of explosion and/or fire.
Gasoline that has been removed from a vehicle fuel tank must be stored in containers specific to gasoline only. Do not store gasoline in containers that have had any other type of liquid or combustible product.
Contaminated gasoline should be disposed of properly. Follow your state and local ordinances for proper disposal of contaminated gasoline and/or other liquids. It is impossible to anticipate all possible risks and conditions when repairing your vehicles fuel system, so therefore, in addition to the safety concerns listed above, you are urged to carefully evaluate the hazards involved in such a service procedure and take whatever further precautions that may be necessary.
FUEL PUMP REPLACEMENT INSTRUCITONS
A. Fuel systems are under pressure. It is necessary to relieve the fuel system pressure before beginning work on the fuel system. Relieving the pressure can be done by removing the fuel cap.
1. Locate and remove the fuel pump fuse from the fuse block.
2. After the fuse is removed, start the engine and let the engine consume the remaining gasoline in the fuel lines. The engine will stop when remaining fuel is consumed.
3. Once the engine has stopped, crank the engine for three seconds to relieve any possible remaining fuel pressure.
B. Disconnect the vehicles negative/ground cable at the battery and secure it so that it will not accidentally make a connection while replacing the fuel pump.
C. Drain the gasoline from the vehicle's fuel tank.
1. Using only an OSHA approved gasoline transfer pump and approved fuel storage containers, remove as much gasoline as from the fuel tank through the filler neck.
2. Raise the vehicle with an automotive hoist or jack up the vehicle and support it with OSHA approved jack stands, which allow unobstructed clearance for the removal of the fuel tank.
3. Fuel tank gasoline levels will vary depending on the amount of gasoline removed through the filler neck. Once the vehicle is raised, additional gasoline can be removed through bracket connections.
II. Fuel Tank Removal
Fuel tanks vary from vehicle to vehicle; the following fuel tank removal instructions are for a typical fuel tank removal. For more specific instructions on fuel tank removal for your specific vehicle it may be necessary to obtain an approved Service Manual for the vehicle that you are replacing the fuel pump on.
1. Visually inspect the scope of work involved before beginning the fuel tank removal step. Be sure to have help readily available.
2. Disconnect all visible fuel hoses that connect to the fuel tank from the rest of the vehicle (be sure to mark or label all connections for reassembly).
3. Disconnect electrical connections at the fuel tank taking extra care not to damage pins or connectors.
4. If necessary, disconnect and remove the fuel filler neck from the vehicle.
5. Loosen the retaining straps of the fuel tank and support the fuel tank prior to removing the straps entirely. Take extra precautions to avoid a fuel spill.
6. Take note of the condition and location of any insulating pads. Worn or misaligned, wrongly installed pads should be replaced as they may affect the performance of the new fuel pump.
III. Bracket Removal
1. Before removing the bracket from the fuel tank, be sure to thoroughly clean any dirt or debris that may have accumulated at the top of the fuel tank or at the opening of the locking ring area. This step must be done to prevent debris or foreign matter from entering the fuel tank which can cause problems later on.
2. Using the correct tools, remove the locking ring or retainer using care not to damage it.
3. Carefully lift out the bracket from the fuel tank. The old o-ring seal must be removed using extra care not to let pieces fall into the tank as it may be brittle. Discard the old o-ring seal, it will be replaced with a new o-ring seal which is included in the kit.
IV. Replacement of the Pump
1. Replace the pump and filter as directed in the instructions that accompany the kit.
2. Ensure that all connections are secure before installation into the fuel tank.
V. Bracket Reinstallation
1. Before bracket reinstallation, carefully inspect the inside of the fuel tank for contamination, dirt or foreign matter. Clean out the fuel tank if necessary prior to bracket reinstallation.
2. Ensure the bracket is fully assembled and ready for installation.
3. Install the new o-ring in the groove at the bracket opening. Carefully lower the bracket assembly into the fuel tank taking extra care not to bend or damage the float or the float arm. Be sure not to disturb the o-ring when seating the bracket while keeping the filter free of kinks and fold as this may restrict fuel flow.
4. Reinstall the locking ring or retainer using the correct tools.
VI. Reinstalling the fuel tank.
1. As mentioned in section II, worn insulation and mounting pads must be replaced. It is imperative that pads are installed in the same manor that they were removed as missing or wrongly installed pads will cause noise or vibration to the vehicle.
2. Prior to lifting the fuel tank into place, ensure that all fuel lines and hoses sound. Replace any inferior or defective fuel lines or hoses.
3. Support the fuel tank in the correct installation position. Once the fuel tank is in the correct position install the support straps and bolt in the same manner that they were removed.
4. Reconnect all fuel lines and electrical connections securely ensuring the there are no kinks or perforations. Routing of fuel lines is especially important, be sure to route fuel lines in the same manner as before using all clips and securing devices provided by the manufacturer.
VII. Finishing the Process
1. Gasoline should only be reinstalled back into the vehicles fuel tank with an OSHA approved gasoline-dispensing device. Before moving to the next step, be sure to clean up any fuel that may have spilled during pump replacement or during the gasoline refilling process.
2. At this time a visual inspection for leaks is necessary. Correct any leaks at this time prior to proceeding to the next step.
3. Following the reverse order of the removal, reinstall the fuel pump fuse back into the fuse block and reconnect the negative/ground battery cable to the battery.
4. Start the vehicle's engine and inspect for any leaks. If leaks exist correct them immediately.
5. Some vehicles are equipped with OBD (On board diagnostic) systems which may have illuminated a light indicating a trouble code of malfunction. Clear trouble codes using a service manual specific to the vehicle.
Should the pump fail to operate:
Check the fuel pump fuse and fuel pump relay as outlined in the service manual.
If the pump has power and proper polarity,check the remainder of the fuel system as outlined in the service manual.
NOTE: This pump will not remedy malfunctions of the regulator, injectors or other fuel system components.