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    Thread: secondary air pump mount

    1. 07-22-2006 08:25 PM #1
      my dealer says that secondary air pump mount is broken. where is this secondary pump located and if anyone know the part number for the mount that woud be great.

    2. 07-22-2006 08:29 PM #2
      Quote, originally posted by turbo_vr6 »
      my dealer says that secondary air pump mount is broken. where is this secondary pump located and if anyone know the part number for the mount that woud be great.

      mine is on the very low front part of my engine. its right behind the radiator and has a plastic hose going in and out of it obviously to pump air through. you really cant miss it. I have a 1.8t but Im pretty sure the VR's are the same

    3. 07-22-2006 08:31 PM #3
      would i have to remove the bumper to get to it?

    4. 07-22-2006 08:50 PM #4
      Quote, originally posted by turbo_vr6 »
      would i have to remove the bumper to get to it?

      yes and no. It might make it more easier to work with tools with the bumper being off however I dont think it is completely necessary. the bracket is attached to the engine not the bumper so you might be able to manage with the bumper stil on.

    5. 07-22-2006 08:52 PM #5
      o ok thats good

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      07-22-2006 08:55 PM #6
      Is the pump on your 2.0L? if so its on the left side of your battery mounted on your lower intake manifold.

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    7. 07-22-2006 09:00 PM #7
      OOOO i think i know what your talking about, the secondary air pump is a fairly large part then right. cause i was looking at it and i was like no thats to big to be a secondary air pump but i guess not.

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      07-22-2006 09:01 PM #8
      see edit

    9. 07-22-2006 09:03 PM #9
      o ok cool. im going to check it out tomorrow if it stops raining.

    10. 02-11-2011 11:22 PM #10
      Fellows,

      I should say that those mount bushings do not stay ok more than 1 or 2 years. Most of Jettas you see have at less 1 of them broken.

      The other day I wonder if may be we could make them with Nylon, I mean, that could be better; but the question is: ...do that secundary air pump need to be vibrating? Is necesary use them made of rubber?

      Can somebody comment this?

    11. 02-11-2011 11:33 PM #11
      Fellows,

      I should say that those mount bushings do not stay ok more than 1 or 2 years. Most of Jettas you see have at less 1 of them broken.

      The other day I wonder if may be we could make them with Nylon, I mean, that could be better; but the question is: ...do that secundary air pump need to be vibrating? Is necesary use them made of rubber?

      Can somebody comment this?



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