BRAND NEW *OEM QUALITY* PETROL DIRECT INJECTION HIGH-PRESSURE FUEL PUMP TO SUIT AUDI VOLKSWAGON
PLEASE COMPARE YOUR ORIGINAL SENSOR WITH THE IMAGES WE PROVIDED IN THE LISTING AND
CHECK THE DETAILED VEHICLE LIST IN THE SUITABILITY SECTION.
[2007-2010] SKODA OCTAVIA 1Z3/1Z5 RS 2.0L AXX BWA
[2009-2013] SKODA OCTAVIA 1Z3/1Z5 RS 147TSI 2.0L CCZA
OEM# 06J127025E, 06J127025L, 06J127025J, 06J127025C, 06J127025D, 06J127025F, 06J127025G, 06J127025K
- High Quality
- OEM Fit and Design
- Easy install
- Simple operation
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Our OEM Replacement Gasoline Direct Injection Pumps provide reliable operating pressures for stable fuel combustion at low and high speeds, contributing to an efficient engine operation.
- Designed to OE fit, form, and function
- Ease of installation due to OE style connector
- Designed to minimize negative impacts on the engine, improve fuel economy and reduce harmful emissions
- Extensive quality control at all levels of production
NOTE: WHEN YOU REPLACE THE PUMP PLEASE CHANGE YOUR VEHICLE OIL WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S RECOMMENDED REQUIREMENTS.
70% OF GDI FUEL PUMPS FAIL JUST BECAUSE OF WRONG OR DIRTY OIL.
|AUDI A4 B8 8K||CDNB||2.0L||4cyl||[01/08 – 12/12]|
|AUDI A4 B8 8K||CDNC||2.0L||4cyl||[01/08 – 12/13]|
|AUDI A4 B8 8K||CDNC||2.0L||4cyl||[01/09 – 12/13]|
|AUDI A5 8F||CDNB||2.0L||4cyl||[01/10 – 12/11]|
|AUDI A5 8F||CDNC||2.0L||4cyl||[01/09 – 12/13]|
|AUDI A5 8T||CDNB||2.0L||4cyl||[01/09 – 12/11]|
|AUDI A5 8T||CDNC||2.0L||4cyl||[01/09 – 12/13]|
|AUDI A5 8T||CDNC||2.0L||4cyl||[01/11 – 12/13]|
|AUDI A6 C7 4G||CDNB||2.0L||4cyl||[01/11 – 12/14]|
|AUDI A6 C7 4G||CDNB||2.0L||4cyl||[01/12 – 12/14]|
|AUDI Q3 8U TFSI||CCZC||2.0L||4cyl||[01/12 – 12/15]|
|AUDI Q3 8U TFSI||CPSA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/12 – 12/15]|
|AUDI Q5 8R TFSI||CDNC||2.0L||4cyl||[01/09 – 12/12]|
|AUDI Q5 8R TFSI||CNCD||2.0L||4cyl||[01/12 – 12/16]|
|AUDI TT 8J||CESA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/10 – 12/14]|
|AUDI TT 8J||CESA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/11 – 12/11]|
|SKODA OCTAVIA 1Z3 RS 147TSI||CCZA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/09 – 12/13]|
|SKODA OCTAVIA 1Z3 RS||AXX, BWA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/09 – 12/09]|
|SKODA OCTAVIA 1Z3 RS||AXX, BWA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/07 – 12/09]|
|SKODA OCTAVIA 1Z5 RS 147TSI||CCZA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/09 – 12/13]|
|SKODA OCTAVIA 1Z5 RS 147TSI||CCZA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/10 – 12/13]|
|SKODA OCTAVIA 1Z5 RS||AXX, BWA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/09 – 12/09]|
|SKODA OCTAVIA 1Z5 RS||AXX, BWA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/07 – 12/10]|
|VOLKSWAGEN AMAROK 2H#, S#B TSI300||CFPA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/12 – 12/14]|
|VOLKSWAGEN AMAROK 2H#, S#B TSI300||CFPA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/11 – 12/14]|
|VOLKSWAGEN EOS 1F 147TSI||CAWB, CCZA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/08 – 12/10]|
|VOLKSWAGEN EOS 1F 155TSI||CCZB||2.0L||4cyl||[01/10 – 12/14]|
|VOLKSWAGEN EOS 1F 155TSI||CCZB||2.0L||4cyl||[01/10 – 12/11]|
|VOLKSWAGEN EOS 1F FSI||AXX, BWA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/07 – 12/08]|
|VOLKSWAGEN GOLF 6 5K1, 517, AJ5 GTI||CCZB||2.0L||4cyl||[01/09 – 12/12]|
|VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 162, 163 147TSI||CCZA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/11 – 12/13]|
|VOLKSWAGEN MULTIVAN T5 TSI350||CJKA||2.0L||4cyl||[01/11 – 12/14]|
|VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN 5N (5N1/5N2) 125TSI||CAWA, CCZC||2.0L||4cyl||[01/08 – 12/10]|
|VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN 5N (5N1/5N2) 125TSI||CAWA, CCZC||2.0L||4cyl||[01/08 – 12/11]|
|VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN 5N (5N1/5N2) 125TSI||CAWA, CCZC||2.0L||4cyl||[01/10 – 12/11]|
|VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN 5N (5N1/5N2) 132TSI||CCZD||2.0L||4cyl||[01/12 – 12/12]|
|VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN 5N (5N1/5N2) 132TSI||CCZD||2.0L||4cyl||[01/11 – 12/12]|
|VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN 5N (5N1/5N2) 132TSI||CCZD||2.0L||4cyl||[01/11 – 12/16]|
|VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN 5N (5N1/5N2) 147TSI||CAWB||2.0L||4cyl||[01/08 – 12/10]|
|VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN 5N (5N1/5N2) 147TSI||CAWB||2.0L||4cyl||[01/10 – 12/11]|
|VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN 5N (5N1/5N2) 155TSI||CCZB||2.0L||4cyl||[01/11 – 12/16]|
GET TO KNOW YOUR Petrol Direct Injection High-Pressure Fuel Pumps(HPFP)
Direct Injection petrol engines are now fitted to more than 2 million vehicles in Australia and New Zealand. They allow manufacturers to produce a low-capacity engine that produces higher output while providing improved economy and lower emissions.
Basically, the Direct Injection system injects a precise amount of fuel directly into the combustion chamber at much higher pressures than traditional petrol injection systems, allowing the engine to run leaner and more efficiently.
The High-Pressure Fuel Pump (HPFP) is the main component in this system. It is responsible for compressing the fuel, supplied by the Electric Fuel Pump, to the pressure required for High-Pressure Injection. The HPFP is mounted to the engine and mechanically driven by the camshaft, while the ECU is able to vary the output to match the load requirements of the engine.
Various sensors and solenoids (listed below) provide inputs to ensure the system functions at maximum efficiency.
1. Pressure Solenoid – controls the volume and pressure of the HPFP by changing the stroke and port location.
2. Pressure and Temperature Sensors – generate information for the best possible combustion condition.
There are a number of factors that can cause the Direct Injection HPFP to malfunction. Diagnosing the issue is usually straightforward, however, the cause of the failure of the pump also needs to be found and rectified or the new pump will prematurely fail.
Common Failure and Cause:
Lack of maintenance.
When oil changes are stretched out or missed altogether, this can cause wear between the camshaft lobes and the HPFP
follower, as well as carbon, build up in the intake. This will prevent the HPFP from generating enough piston movement, therefore, reducing the fuel pressure. Fault codes will normally be logged, and the MIL will illuminate.
Incorrect engine oil
Can cause the HPFP to fail prematurely due to inadequate lubrication of the camshaft and HPFP cam follower. This can also damage the camshaft lobes and it is also important to inspect and remedy this upon replacing an HPFP.
Due to the extremely high fuel pressures, the system runs at, some leaks down may occur when the engine is switched off. This can cause a build‐up of carbon and a rich fuel mixture, creating a longer crank cycle and early failure.
If you are diagnosing a driveability problem on a petrol direct injection vehicle or replacing an HPFP, make sure the engine ECU has the latest calibration. Newer calibrations can help solve wear problems and driveability issues and may save you from replacing the pump. Smoke on start-up Seals failing within the pump can allow lubricating oil to enter the fuel side when the engine isn’t running. There will be numerous rich codes logged in this scenario.
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