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Injection Pump Banjo bolts


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Evening

As a few may of picked up, I'm doing a 200TDi conversion on my Series.

One of the things I've picked up is that I have no banjo bolts in the fuel pump, and I need to work out where the fuel connections go. First off, where does the spill rail return to..? I assume it goes back to the injection pump, so I need a banjo there.

The second query is the fuel supply - I don't really want to buy the proper pipe from LR, and I'm not sure whether there is an alternative to buying another banjo at over 4 quid from the stealer, then the pipe which I'll need to butcher at 12 quid.

What thread is a fuel pump inlet, and are their any options..? I thought it was M10x1, so a brake pipe fitting would fit, but is that an option..?

Alternatively, anyone got any fuel fittings spare they want to swap for beer tokens..?

Cheers

Pete

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acrobat reader page 27 of 132/110 parts book page 194 items 12 & 14 are the banjo bolts, reckon any decent hydrualic or diesel specialist would keep or be able to supply.

1 on photo is the fuel inlet banjo from filter

2 is boost pipe banjo with spill retun line banjo below.

hth :D

Western

Thanks for that !

Happy with No1 in the pic, on my new spill rail there is a second stub pipe coming off the banjo connection that I assumed must lead back to the tank return..?

If so, where does the tank return from the filter go, or am I missing something..??

Cheers

Pete

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Thanks !!

The Series fuel filter has a spill pipe on the top, so has 3 connections. It looks like the 200TDi only has 2, which means the spill return to the tank only connects to the injector pump..?

Cheers

Pete

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the spill return on my 200tdi comes from the injectors to the FIP then to the tank, upper centre forward of the tank as on the diagram above.

fuel lift pump from tank pick up/gauge sender unit to fuel filter from filter to FIP.

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