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I wouldn't suggest it. It wouldn't be just an engine swap that you unplug and unbolt and and then reverse...thats not to say it can't be done with a lot of thinking and work and reprogramming that's usually for vw experts...your better off to keep looking at other wreckers for the exact motor
better chec the wiring or connections 1st--pull the plug from the pump and inspect for flaws and corrosion then plug back in--pump itself can be tested--the fuel injection pump in engine area may have issues
Hey bro, your diesel pump might be on the way out but here are some things to check and do and see if they help.
Replace the hoses going from the pump to the diesel filter with new ones.
Use fuel injector type clamps, NOT gear clamps they don't tighten enough to stop air not getting in.
Change the diesel filter, and make sure the drain on the bottom of it, if it has one which most do, is nice and tight.
Air bubbles in the injection lines are usually a sign of a weakening injection pump but I ran mine like that for a long time, the air works it's way through. Are you leaking any diesel? Maybe check the returns to the tank. Cheers bro.
your engine is a pump injector diesel engine a there are shed loads of pump injector engine codes that will fit.your current engine is a 115bhp 8 valve.i would sugest a ARL 150bhp ,it will fit ok.if you ask for a front wheel drive 8 valve 1.9 PD engine you wont go far wrong.