Information on use

Fuel pump fitting tool

Easier replacement of in-tank pumps

How do I get the pump out of the pump module? We show you how easy it is to replace.

VehicleProductPierburg No.

Various BMW and VW models

Tool for fuel pumps

4.00063.00.0

 

On many modern vehicles, the fuel pump is actually part of a pump module which is located in the fuel tank, together with add-on units such as the pressure regulator and fluid-level sensor.
Motorservice has a range of spare pumps on offer on which it is not necessary to substitute the entire pump module – only the pump itself is replaced. With this tool (Pierburg No. 4.00063.00.0) a replacement is no problem.
The tool is intended for conveniently lifting the six electric fuel pumps shown below out of the pump module.

Dismantling is so simple:

Position the tool, turn it and then withdraw the pump from its fixture.

The tool expands the fixtures securing the fuel pump in the pump module. This functions extremely well on fuel pumps with an angled delivery-pipe tube.

 

The tool can be used for the following fuel pumps:

Pierburg No.ManufacturerModel

7.22013.02.0

BMW

5er (E39)

7.22013.57.0

BMW

X5 (E53)

7.22013.61.0

BMW

M5 (E39)

7.22013.69.0

BMW

7er (E65/66/67)

7.28303.60.0

Volkswagen

Golf IV, V; Passat 1.9, 2.0 TDI

7.28303.70.0

Audi

A4

BMW

520d, 525d, 530d

7.50007.50.0

BMW

X5 (E53)

7.50111.60.0

Volkswagen

Fox 1.4 TDI, Passat 1.9/2.0 TDI, Tiguan 2.0 TDI

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