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best place to buy a late coupe fuel pump

Discussion in 'Classic Audi Forum' started by lazzaman, Aug 21, 2004.

  1. lazzaman

    lazzaman New Member

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    i need to find a late 94 coupe fuel pump, its the smaller 35mm dia in tank type for the 16v ace engine.
    i tried g.s.f but they no longer stock them and my local main dealer wants £151 +vat .i nearly choked.
    anyone else found an alternative source .
    cheers.
    dazza
     
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  3. fallmonk

    fallmonk Turbo Sport

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    have you tryed URO????? they have depots up and down the uk? the glasgow local no is 01414295511 they should be able to give you your local branch No,
    they do german/swedish etc hope u get part ok
     
  4. randall977

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    I've spent a lot of time trying to find the correct pump from anyone except the Audi dealer but have admitted defeat - I'll live with the hum! With VAT Audi want £180 which is outrageous! GSF sell the correct part numbered pump with an adapter kit, but it turns out to be the new larger pump (which is completely different) with the 'resevoir' which is already in the car (for the smaller pump and so doesn't fit the new pump!). I found a Dutch Audi spares site and the photo showed the correct pump but I didn't pursue it. The part number is 895 906 089E
     
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    scotty33 Member

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    It's worth trying Vagparts
     
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    donnylad New Member

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    Try GSF carparts u can get loads of spares on there for all german,swedish and french cars.
     
  7. robonmac

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    In my experience GSF tend to be a waste of time if you don't own a bus or beetle!Besides they now own URO which is a bit of a shame.
    Anyway the best bet for me personally is to try www.eurocarparts.com they never let me down and tend to be the cheapest around,there is also www.vagparts.com as mentioned but they are limited in stock and are a little on the pricey side.A good breakers in manchester that specialise in Audi's and VW's www.vwaudispares.co.uk may also be worth a try.
     
  8. robonmac

    robonmac Member

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    Try giving this website a try:www.atpelectronics.co.uk
    Just go into vehicle product list and click the Audi link, i'm sure it mentions fuel pumps.
     
  9. Rev-head

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    That avatar is very close to ban material
     
  10. Broken Byzan

    Broken Byzan Photographic Moderator
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    Hi daft question, how did you remove the pump from the tank? Is it clipped/screwd or glued in??

    Cheers
     
  11. Rev-head

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    right forget that thought you meant your A4
     

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