price sounds ok for a rebuild including removing it from the engine. but keep in mind all they are going to do is remove the pump and send it out. I would recommend getting a book and some tools and remove the pump yourself(to save money) and take it to NW fuel in port kells(right next to finning caterpillar.) they are a very reputable fully equipped fuel pump repair shop, they will do the job right and their prices are fair for such a specialty trade. Any fuel pump shop should have the rebuild parts, as these are a pretty common design of pump(bosch rotary.) These pumps are very complex pieces, which is why they are so expensive to rebuild. NW fuel also know what a 2L-t is, and have actually seen quite a few toyota diesels. about the only repairs possible on a pump you can do yourself is fix leaking seals which you can get from toyota if you feel so inclined.. or if you want to get the whole thing rebuilt go for it, depends how much money you want to spend and your own abilities.
can you see where the fuel is coming from? from the timing cover area? the side or top?
leaky fuel pumps are common on these engines. I have had a mine leak 2 times and I just got the seal from toyota and replaced it. cost a whole $5 and some time.
Last edited by mikemike; 01-02-2009 at 12:22 PM.
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