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youngy1980
As above iv got to put a new diesel pump on my Mondeo tdci well a second hand one so can I use my injectors or do I have to use the injectors from where the pump come from
jeebowhite
[quote name='youngy1980' timestamp='1314187048' post='141355']
As above iv got to put a new diesel pump on my Mondeo tdci well a second hand one so can I use my injectors or do I have to use the injectors from where the pump come from
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Unless your concerned about the injectors at present there shouldnt be any need for replacing them, should just be the pump.
youngy1980
Also is there Any way of testing a second hand pump to see if it works ok and how much does it cost to have the new pump programmed
Thanks
jeebowhite
[quote name='youngy1980' timestamp='1314930766' post='142441']
Also is there Any way of testing a second hand pump to see if it works ok and how much does it cost to have the new pump programmed
Thanks
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Never really thought of programming a pump, never knew it needed doing! as for testing a pump, if its on a motor at a scrappy, just take an injector out and get someone to start the motor, if fuel leaks out then its working!


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