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Selling my near new CP4 HPFP installed June 2017 and removed March 2018, total distance logged is 13,500 Kms.

This HPFP replaced the original pump under my preventative maintenance plan and was subsequently removed prior to selling my 2008 CASA Touareg at which time the original pump was re installed. Would suit someone looking for a new pump.

Location is NSW Australia and asking AUD 950 OBO.

Worldwide freight can be arranged at additional cost.


Replacement part for the following OEM numbers:

AUDI059 130 755 AH
AUDI059 130 755 BB
AUDI059 130 755 BD
AUDI059 130 755 BK
AUDI059 130 755 BL
AUDI059 130 755 BS
PORSCHE958 110 316 22
PORSCHE958 110 316 21
VW059 130 755 AH
VW059 130 755 BB
VW059 130 755 BD
VW059 130 755 BK
VW059 130 755 BL
VW059 130 755 BS



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Bump, price reduced to $875 AUD firm.

Just a reminder, if you have a high mileage vehicle and are still running on your original pump, you should seriously consider replacing your pump as a preventative measure as some have done on this forum and do the replacement at your convenience and timing.

If you HPFP does detonate you will be up not only for a new pump but all injectors, rails as most of your fuel system will be contaminated by the event and you will be lucky to get out of it under AUD15K/USD10K with a very real possibility the repair cost will exceed the market value of your vehicle.

Just 'sayin.

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Tony just as an additional follow on when does VAG say the HPFP should be replaced according to them ?
 

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They don't mate, like many other things it's supposed to be good for the life of the vehicle.

A few of us on this forum believe in preventative maintenance because we love our vehicles and want to keep them as long as we can, most believe they HPFP should be replaced at around the 160-200K mark, that's obviously very subjective but don't forget VW say a lot of things on the vehicle "don't need servicing life" the HPFP is one of those items.

I believe as users of the product we know how to see through those marketing ploys as we are not driven by the need to replace our vehicles at 8 years of life, believe this is VW's definition of serviceable life.

Like most mechanical things that are built to some acceptable duty life standard, if you want to increase the life of the mechanical components some will need ongoing maintenance/replacement to maximise the overall machine's longevity and reliability.

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Thanks Tony

ok i get it lifetime warranty for VAG being 3yrs or 100k .... being their warranty... after that they are not interested.

Totally agree. If we have machines we want to keep and keep going strong for long preventative maintenance is mandatory.

Thanks for the foot note

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