Volvo D13 fuel pump replacement

Discussion in 'Volvo Forum' started by Johny41, May 13, 2014.

  1. Johny41

    Johny41 Heavy Load Member

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    I replaced the fuel pump in my Volvo D13, was leaking first time after 1,280,000 mil miles ; first I bought this fuel pump only(over 600$ + taxes): the new fuel pump started leaking after 5-10 min of idling; both power steering and fuel pumps are spinning on same shaft, and the bad shaft damaged the new pump quickly,


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    ....., I ended up paying another 1,150$ for this combo ; Works better to replace both this pumps as a combo , just a susuggestion to learn from my mistake;
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    Johny41 Heavy Load Member

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    I found this video on YouTube, and I'm just thinking ; What are this guys from Volvo doing here? trying to justify the need to replace the faulty injectors in early D13 motor? ! A friend of mine replaced the 1st injector in D12 motor after 12 years and 1,8 mil miles; Why in D13 are a mess?!
    D13 is great engine, from my personal experience maybe the best motor on the market in fuel efficiency; But... They screwed up bad , poor designed injector cups in D13 motor; (could be caused by poor lube qualities of this dry ULSD diesel!?)
    I replaced the injector cups 3 times in my D13; They should be ashamed with the D13 injector design and kit price;

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbKrxjaKDGE
     
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