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BOSCH injection pump
« on: March 12, 2023, 21:02:34 »

I was reading a very old thread that seemed to match an issue that I have on our 1997 Scania K93 bus, converted to a motorhome.

A reply, in, mentions an article link, but it pops an error when I click it.

My problem is that I've found the remainder of an o'ring inside the governor assembly and have no idea where it came from.

The pump is a BOSCH PE6P120A320RS7138-10.
Originally, the pump was spewing oil out of a small hole, just behind the engine stop linkage. I patched the hole, then removed the 22mm oil filler bung to see what had caused the oil spill, discovering the partial o'ring.

I still have no idea what caused the hole to be punched through.
Would any have any info?

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Re: BOSCH injection pump
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2023, 12:08:38 »
A reply, in, mentions an article link, but it pops an error when I click it.

Contents of these articles have moved to the Technical Manual. You would need a full membership to read those. I doubt you'll find the information you are looking for in our Tech Manual however, as it is limited to fuel pumps and fuel injection pumps specific to our cars.
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