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Guys

Is there any difference between the 3.2 and 930 fuse box or are they the same basic part? I will need to replace mine (930) in the near future as well as the fuel pump? I am about to commence the search and costs involved so any feedback would be appreciated :)

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Guys

Is there any difference between the 3.2 and 930 fuse box or are they the same basic part? I will need to replace mine (930) in the near future as well as the fuel pump? I am about to commence the search and costs involved so any feedback would be appreciated :)

 

Hi,

 

Is your fusebox like this http://books.google.co.uk/images/cleardot.gif ?...i'd advise changing to a later fusebox that uses ATO fuses (plastic blade type )...we use one from a company called Vehicle Wiring Products.

 

Can you post a pic and i'd pleased to help with any info.

 

Cheers

 

Derrick

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I will need to replace mine (930) in the near future as well as the fuel pump?

 

Des,

Probably telling you something that you already know but there are two pumps on a 930, one front & one back. My past searches on Pelican suggested that they're best replaced in pairs as they run in series; the logic is that they wear at a similar rate and renewing only one quickly takes the other out. I'm not sure this would pursuade me to do both at once but it might be worth phoning a few specialists who know 930's to get the benefit of actual experience. If it's low fuel pressure rather than a very noisy pump then the problem could be with either.

 

Cheers

David

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Des,

Probably telling you something that you already know but there are two pumps on a 930, one front & one back. My past searches on Pelican suggested that they're best replaced in pairs as they run in series; the logic is that they wear at a similar rate and renewing only one quickly takes the other out. I'm not sure this would pursuade me to do both at once but it might be worth phoning a few specialists who know 930's to get the benefit of actual experience. If it's low fuel pressure rather than a very noisy pump then the problem could be with either.

 

Cheers

David

 

Thanks David sounds expencive, anyone know the aprox cost of F&R pumps bet its £5/600 just for parts?

Des

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