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Well if you get some stubby open end wrenches, you can access the pump with only removing the intercooler cover.

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Originally Posted by 08Speed3 View Post
Yes it holds the pump in place but the top 18 to remove internals sits right on top no?
No, it does not. It sits inside the housing with the cam. You must remove the pump to even look at the internals, much less remove and replace them.
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just realized i posted in the wrong post its an earlier model not sure that matters but probably makes a difference in layout
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Originally Posted by 08Speed3 View Post
just realized i posted in the wrong post its an earlier model not sure that matters but probably makes a difference in layout
No, it does not. The engines in all MS3s and MS6 are, for the purpose of this discussion, exactly the same. FP internals can only be viewed or removed by removing the pump from its housing. You can argue with me on this but I've installed a dozen or more of these things and I'm right. Everyone else telling you this is also right.
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Originally Posted by anavrinIV View Post
No, it does not. The engines in all MS3s and MS6 are, for the purpose of this discussion, exactly the same. FP internals can only be viewed or removed by removing the pump from its housing. You can argue with me on this but I've installed a dozen or more of these things and I'm right. Everyone else telling you this is also right.
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