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    Thread: OH ****! My Fuel Pump Just Took a ****! Thread

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      02-08-2015 07:00 PM #1
      Wondering which fuel pump is on your car? So was I. Unless you own an early Corrado with the two pump system you wont know if it's a Peirburg or VDO. You'll have to crack into the tank to see which one it is. Here's a bunch of part #'s and pics to let you know what your in for when you have to install a new fuel pump.

      This is the thread that caused all the info to get sorted into one place fuel sender unit corrado 1990

      Another helpful thread to get you through the process of swap'g it out or using an aftermarket fuel pump assembly. .. PSA: $89 replacement Fuel Pump assy with sender. ORLY? RLY..

      1HM919051N / 357906231 Square 4 pin female connector needed to go from Early harness to later single pump harness.




      • 93-99 G / J Fuel Pump Part # 1HM919051M 3 Bar Has a square 4 wire connector. Looks identical to the VR & g60 pump but not the right one. It may go to the 16V or 2.0 Corrado.
      • Late 90 Corrado g60 / VR Part # 1H0919051AL, 4 Bar Has a square 4 wire connector 191906091Q, 1H0919651Q, 191919651. Interchange part #'s E8394M E10350M 69530 P76326M FG0218 FE0347
        Add'l VW part #'s 1H9919051A, 1HM919051J, 3A5919051N


      FYI .. This is sometimes advertised as a Corrado pump but it's not compatable .. 1J0919051H 3 Bar 3B0919051C 4B0919051E. Round 4 wire connector. WIDE OPEN FLOW: 150L/H. Interchange part # (SGA05018)

      VDO Version. This is from a Passat (3 Bar) with sender mounted up in the lid.



      This is the later in tank harness connector with 4 thin/fat blades


      Left is the early Corrado g60 pump (191919051AT) with pin connector blades all the same size. Aftermarket lid on the right thanks denongt


      If you have the pump on the left (above) then your early Corrado has this under the car with your fuel filter, the 2nd fuel pump waiting to fail. Is that a pressure accumulator or FPR opposite of the filter?





      Peirburg Version. Has identical cap and 4 pin connector on top of the tank cover lid as above but the sender is mounted on the body of pump.







      Last edited by petethepug; 02-09-2015 at 10:25 AM.
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      02-08-2015 07:26 PM #2
      much better than my explanation

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      02-08-2015 07:49 PM #3
      The more pictures, the more better.

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      05-07-2015 03:51 PM #4
      Found the R/O for the PG fuel pump recall campaign dated 8-17-91. They replaced the OE Fuel Pump with part # 191919051BM. $400.29 paid for by VW.

      The part # comes back to a Pierberg pump. No mention of replacing the fuel level sender in the work completed. About $726.79 in todays money.

      The recall states "THE FUEL FILTER HOUSING, WHICH SERVES AS THE BASE FOR THE FUEL PUMP (LOCATED IN THE FUEL TANK) COULD DEFORM, RESULTING IN THE FUEL PUMP BECOMING LOOSE.
      A LOOSE AND IMPROPERLY SEATED FUEL PUMP CAN CAUSEREDUCED FUEL FLOW TO THE ENGINE RESULTING IN POSSIBLE DRIVABILITY PROBLEMS ANDSTALLING OF THE VEHICLE.
      REPLACE FUEL FILTER."

      It occurs in the VR too. It just takes a little longer.

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