Fuel pump replacing

Fuel pump replacing

This is a discussion on Fuel pump replacing within the Evoque Maintenance forums, part of the Land Rover Evoque Garage category; I'm trying to take of the pump but can't find a solution yo take it of direct from the original place(under the back seats) any ...

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    Fuel pump replacing

    I'm trying to take of the pump but can't find a solution yo take it of direct from the original place(under the back seats)
    any videos how to take it of ?
    best regards

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    cocAIn, First, welcome to the forum!

    You didn't specify if you have a diesel or a petrol engine. I have a Factory Service Manual, but it is almost all pictures of how to remove components, with very little narrative. I've never seen a manual like this one, must be a British thing.

    There are TWO fuel pumps on a Evoque. The high pressure pump is mounted to the engine, and the low pressure pump is in the fuel tank.

    From the manual for a 2.0 liter Petrol Engine:

    "The high-pressure pump is mechanically driven by the camshaft via a plunger. During the downward stroke of the pump
    piston, fuel is delivered to the cylinder at a pressure supplied by the fuel tank mounted low pressure fuel pump. On the
    upward stroke of the piston the fuel in the cylinder is compressed. If the pressure from the pump exceeds the pressure in
    the fuel rail the fuel is delivered into the fuel rail via the high pressure outlet and a pipe."

    Are you sure it is the low pressure pump that is your problem? It looks from the pictures in the manual, you have to remove the fuel tank to get at the pump.
    The manual I have is in PDF format, so I can't cut and paste the pictures into a post.

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    2.0 L petrol
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    pls send me the manual service
    best regards

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    The PDF manual is way too big to e-mail. I sent you an e-mail with several pictures, and what verbiage there is about the high and low pressure fuel pumps. Afraid the best I can do, hope it helps.

    Edit: E-mail sent and looks like it was successful.
    Last edited by Rsquared; 03-11-2017 at 07:25 PM.

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    10x a lot I got it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rsquared View Post
    The PDF manual is way too big to e-mail. I sent you an e-mail with several pictures, and what verbiage there is about the high and low pressure fuel pumps. Afraid the best I can do, hope it helps.

    Edit: E-mail sent and looks like it was successful.
    Can anyone send a Dropbox share link to this PDF manual service?! Please.


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    It looks like I am having a P008A fuel pressure problem now. Can you send the pdf to (deleted)? Thanks in advance, I really appreciate it.
    Last edited by Dogscout; 07-29-2017 at 10:23 AM.

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    Dogscout, I sent you the same e-mail I sent to cocAIn, referenced above. Let us know how you make out!

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    So I took it in yesterday and got it back this morning. The Fuel Pressure sensor was bad and was replaced. They also found that one of the spark plugs was miss firing. I replaced the plugs at 50k and am now at 87k. The tech indicated that the Autolite plugs that I used were not the best choice and he put in an NGK. I suppose that I'll change out the other three to NGK. BTW the sensor was $190 at the dealer here in East Tennessee.

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    Glad to see you got this sorted, and it wasn't super expensive.
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