It's not too hard to do, although it's a far sight better to do when it's
warm outside instead of bitterly cold (when pumps usually fail,
Step 1: Know that gasoline is flammable/explosive and dangerous to your
health. Always read and follow warnings before picking up tools.
Steps 2 through N:
Apparently some have had success with the Pierburg units, though as shown in
Scott Mockry's site the Pierburg requires some shimming.
1987 Audi 5kTQ
1980 Audi 5k
1962 and '64 Auto Union DKW Junior deLuxes
(SPAM Blocker NOTE: Remove SHOES to reply)
I replaced the Bosch with a Pierburg a year ago in my '91 100q. I was not aware
of any shimming. It just popped in and replaced the old one easily.
Run your tank low on fuel b4 replacing because you need to reach to the bottom
of the tank.
The Peirburg is nice and quite. I like it.
Steve Sears wrote:
Motorsforum.com is a website by car enthusiasts for car enthusiasts. It is not affiliated with any of the car or spare part manufacturers or car dealers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.