Electric Water Pump

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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby superbad » Tue 21.04.2009, 22:12

Exbury wrote:Has anyone tried the Bosch Pump as originally listed under part number 0130002070 from the USA (through a few places)? I need a new coolant pump, there seems to be a similar one on the american ebay under part number 0392020075 but not listed under rock auto.


Bump. My pump does not pump. Anyone tried this one?
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby donsladek » Sun 26.04.2009, 02:40

superbad wrote:
Exbury wrote:Has anyone tried the Bosch Pump as originally listed under part number 0130002070 from the USA (through a few places)? I need a new coolant pump, there seems to be a similar one on the american ebay under part number 0392020075 but not listed under rock auto.


Bump. My pump does not pump. Anyone tried this one?


Just bought one from Importec for $85 with free delivery in the lower US 48 states. You will have to reuse your inlet/outlet housing, as the housing that comes with the pump is designed for smaller hoses. Other than that, it's a direct replacement, including electrical connector. BTW, this is also used on 1991 Mercedes Benz 190E 2.6L models.

http://www.importeccatalog.com/ShopByVehicle.epc?q=&yearid=1991@@1991&makeid=MB@@Mercedes+Benz&modelid=190%2DE%2D005@@190E++2%2E6&catid=G@@Cooling+System&subcatid=G3050@@Auxiliary+Water+Pump&applicationid=000228795&mode=PA

You may have to replace the fuse, it's a 5 amp located at the top left of the fuseblock under the binnicle cover on the drivers side (for Fed cars).

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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby Specky » Sat 14.08.2010, 14:39

If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire... The N/A-Team.
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby muley » Sat 14.08.2010, 14:47

Dave

I needed one just over a year ago and Southern wotsit didn't have any - in fact I couldn't get one inthe UK at all.

In the end I bought a couple from the US.

Also, an exactly similar pump is used in a pre-facelift Omega - I put out a wanted ad via findapart and got two -sold both of them on for what they cost me - about £30 inc p&p

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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby paza1 » Sat 14.08.2010, 16:43

Jim,
Can you remember the exact details of the Omega? I might need a pump in the near future :(
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby muley » Sat 14.08.2010, 17:46

paza1 wrote:Jim,
Can you remember the exact details of the Omega? I might need a pump in the near future :(
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I've just found it - earlier in this thread - part number etc etc

I've got a spare brand new one from US but it ain't cheap!


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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 14.08.2010, 17:50

RS Focus pumps might be worth following up [EDIT: NO THEY'RE NOT!] - looks like they're designed as intercooler pumps from what I can find but the MB boys think that the Bosch ones are crap and recommend Johnson.
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby muley » Sat 14.08.2010, 18:58

Good spot! Watch your pipe diameter, though.. .. but you could probably swap your existing pipe flange onto it


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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 14.08.2010, 20:40

Jim said Omega part number was GM 9120117 - Google it e.g. VauxhallWorldParts in the UK and GM Parts Giant in the US.

LotusKa said Bosch 0130002070 - Google it e.g. Autohaus AZ and Importec in the US. Importec give the MB? part number as G3050-12429 which throws up loads of hits. Fitted to 1984-1989 Mercedes Benz 190D.

:banana: Found the Bosch technical website - check the Wiki later.

PS the Focus pump is a bum steer!
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 14.08.2010, 21:13

HaHaHa! In doing the research, I found this on a Greek website:

"Εμένα μου φαίνονται μικρές όλες αυτές..αν κ δεν λέει πουθενά χαρακτηριστικά...για αυτό λένε κ auxiliary επάνω...
Ο Κώστας(mr.garrett) που το έχει προχωρήσει το θέμα θα μας ενημερώσει.."

If it's all Greek to you, then it translates to:

"Seems to me all these small .. if t does not say anywhere on this profile ... tell auxiliary k up ...
Costas (mr.garrett) who has come forward to tell us .."

Seems like I might be treading in the shoes of the great black shark!
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 14.08.2010, 22:04

Also used on the Gallardo Superleggera (part #32) and available for $257.96. 8)
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby Gazza » Sat 14.08.2010, 22:05

Isn't that a Lamborghini?
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 14.08.2010, 22:25

Gazza wrote:Isn't that a Lamborghini?

Yep! :wink:
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby Gazza » Sat 14.08.2010, 22:32

Now you have changed it from ferrari to Gallardo it makes me look like the stupid one :wink:
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 14.08.2010, 22:34

WRONG! I actually changed it from Ferrarri which made me look even stupider! :lol:
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby paza1 » Sun 15.08.2010, 11:55

Thanks for the info guys. I am going to try a clean up first and see if it fixes the problem.
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby nitroman » Thu 11.08.2011, 08:16

I ordered the Importec.com pump noted by Don Sladek. The price is up to $93.35; still the lowest I could find on an original-looking part. I've yet to find out if I'll have to install my old 19mm (3/4") impeller cover.

I almost ordered a Cadillac Catera (a fancy version of the Opel Omega) pump from Rock Auto. It was only $54.76 including shipping. It is this part: http://cardone.com/English/club/members ... M=55-17911
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To order it go to http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/raframe ... 2529%2BOHV
... click on Cooling System,
... then Water Pump
... and look for $49.89, CARDONE 55-17911
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby nitroman » Thu 11.08.2011, 17:22

Forgot to say that Dave Bean wanted around $450 for the Lotus original part #. I can't remember the exact amount as I dismissed that option immediately.

Be sure to check your fuse as mine had blown, even though replacing it and restoring power to the motor didn't make it run except for about a quarter turn.
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby nitroman » Wed 17.08.2011, 07:12

The hose fitting on the Importec Mercedes part has smaller hose fittings but the same impeller & case size. I'll swap the one from off my Lotus pump. I'm going to clearcoat the metal part of the electric motor so it'll stay nice and new looking.
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Re: Electric Water Pump

Postby nitroman » Wed 17.08.2011, 21:33

I put on the Lotus housing with no problems. I used a little gasket-maker in the 90deg. corners of the plastic housings to further ensure against leaks. BTW, try to get the 4 screws started back into their threads, as the screws will have cut threads the first time they were mated to the plastic body. On one of the screws I failed to do so and it was much harder to drive the screw home, as it was cutting new threads into the plastic.

Although the motor said "Made in Germany" the plug still said "W.-Germany". German export law requires that “Made in West Germany” or “Made in W. Germany” or “Made in Germany” appear on parts made therein, although "Made in GDR" is no longer acceptable.
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