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Need procedure to R&R oil pump on 99 VW golf cl

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  • campbell_eri Jan 11, 2009

    Petrol model.

    Sorry, what is the sump?

    Do I need to replace some gaskets at the same time? (1 or more)

    When replacing oil pump should I replace other components?

    and thanks you for your help!

  • campbell_eri Jan 15, 2009

    Thanks for the help, but in the end I realized that it wasn't the pump but only a problem with a poor quality oil filter that was blocked!!!

    Changed the oil because since the filter was clogged the oil pressur sensor went on and caused the cuomputer to react probably??? Causing missfire I think because the oil was full of fuel and I've check it just a few days before and the level was fine. Anyway now the car's running fine.

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Petrol or diesel,remove the sump and you will see the oil pump and strainer,remove the four bolts holding the pump and then remove,refit is reverse of removal

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  • colin white Jan 11, 2009

    the sump is the bottom bit of the engine i think it just sillicone not a gasket(vw silicone)only need to replace the oil pump unless you have engine damage through lack of oil pressure..

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