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After many hours/days of faffing about with none P.A.S!!

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by cbv8, Jul 23, 2018.

  1. cbv8

    cbv8 Member

    After faffing about fitting P.A.S to my P6 3500 and swapping pumps turning impellers over etc i have finally found the culprit someone had inserted a little rubber tube/bung into the pump hole stopping any flow so after buying another pump fitting it to find out it was buggered i yet again fitting the original one with the kit i had minus to bung i now have P.A.S :D
     

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  2. sdibbers

    sdibbers Well-Known Member

    That's fitted to prevent dirt getting into the unit when stored. If it helps I did the exact same thing with an in tank fuel pump on a Saab 900 years ago. Had to drop the tank and faff about for another three hours before I realised my mistake.
     
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  3. cbv8

    cbv8 Member

    I did notice it when i first fitted the pump but didn't take much notice as i had not fitted a pas system to a p6 for years so had forgotten that it shouldn't have been there or should have been removed prior to fiiting :(
     
  4. unstable load

    unstable load Well-Known Member

    been there, done that..:oops::confused:
     
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  5. cobraboy

    cobraboy Well-Known Member

    Wow!
    Didn't know they made Saab's 900 years ago ! How old does that make you ?
     
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  6. sdibbers

    sdibbers Well-Known Member

    Ba doom ba! I’ll be here all night!

    Yep, the Saab horse and cart, the original fwd.
     

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