lookling for a guide to pulling a 1991 toyota surf 2L-lte diesel injection pump out (1 Viewer)

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just wondering if anyone has a guide to pulling out a injection pump in a 2l-LTe, mine is lealking and want to reseal the whole thing
 

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just wondering if anyone has a guide to pulling out a injection pump in a 2l-LTe, mine is lealking and want to reseal the whole thing

Manuals are here. Help! - https://forum.ih8mud.com/threads/help.1191714/#post-12892663 The RM520E and RM528E are the ones you need for the job you're talking about. I've done it a few times and basically it's the timing belt job, plus removing the pump. I've re-sealed my pump too. Bought a kit of Ebay UK that worked great. Saves a ton of money doing this job yourself. Because it's an electronic pump, you just line up the mark on the pump ear to timing rear cover, and the computer takes care of fine tuning the timing from there. Resealed my rotary injection pump - https://forum.ih8mud.com/threads/resealed-my-rotary-injection-pump.826009/
 
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Manuals are here. Help! - https://forum.ih8mud.com/threads/help.1191714/#post-12892663 The RM520E and RM528E are the ones you need for the job you're talking about. I've done it a few times and basically it's the timing belt job, plus removing the pump. I've re-sealed my pump too. Bought a kit of Ebay UK that worked great. Saves a ton of money doing this job yourself. Because it's an electronic pump, you just line up the mark on the pump ear to timing rear cover, and the computer takes care of fine tuning the timing from there. Resealed my rotary injection pump - https://forum.ih8mud.com/threads/resealed-my-rotary-injection-pump.826009/
Okay sweet thanks. I was told you could do the pump without removing the timing belt. Mine was replaced right before I bought it. Is this true?
 

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Okay sweet thanks. I was told you could do the pump without removing the timing belt. Mine was replaced right before I bought it. Is this true?

The timing belt turns the pump, so I'm not sure how that would be possible. Never heard of that anyhow. You could probably change a number of the seals with the pump on the engine though. Might be enough to fix your leaks.
 

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