Alternator Fuel Pump T2 Bay 1600cc 1973–1979 Beetle 1973–1998

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£20.75

Alternator Fuel Pump T2 Bay 1600cc 1973–1979 Beetle 1973–1998

JK Part Number: J10127 OEM Part Number: 113-127-025/G

£20.75

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Quality Preservation Parts product. Fits all upright air-cooled engines from 1973 to 1979 fitted with an alternator. Supplied with gaskets. Ideal for all petrol-engined Beetles, from 1973 onwards, and 1600cc T2 Bays from 1973 to 1979. Please check that you have the correct pushrod – this should be 100mm long.

Please Note: If you have upgraded your earlier engine with an alternator, you will need to replace your fuel pump with one of these.

Finance Available on This Product Yes
Deposit 0.0
Width (CM - Packed) 11.0
Height (CM - Packed) 14.0
Depth (CM - Packed) 9.0
Manufacturer Preservation Parts
OEM Part Number 113127025G
Additional Carriage Charge 0.0
Special Order Lead time 0

Customer Reviews (3)

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  • Lovely

    Like this pump, much better than the brosol it has replaced. Nice shape too.

    by Green hornet on 21/05/2016

  • very pleased with product

    Good quality product. Was converting from dynamo as had leasure battery fitted in the summer and it made sense. I ordered the conversion kit, but some parts were back order, this is all part of owning the BEST vehicle ever made, but every other time the availability and quality is excellent!
    had to order some parts from a competitor, shock, horror!

    by not printable! on 04/02/2016

  • Excellent product come with gasket too!.

    Very good quality, fitted like a dream, came with gaskets, better starting after leaving it a couple of weeks now, fuel draining back and taking a long time to pump back up? with old one, excellent cheers.

    by malcolm on 11/09/2014

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Questions & Answers (6)

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    • Rohan said: 08/12/2009 23:58
    • I have a 79 Kombi with a 2.0 ltr with carbi and alternater. Is this the right fuel pump for me? If so I'll order two if you ship to Australia cheers Ro
    • Answer: This fuel pump is for the type 1 engine, ie 1300, 1500 1600.
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    • Matthew said: 31/05/2010 17:30
    • Can you confirm that if I place an order the fuel pump sent out is as the one illustrated ie. with 2 circlips holding the centre pin in position. I'ts just i have recently experienced problems with petrol pump bought from GSF where the centre pin was held in with loctite and only held for 12 months before dropping out!, cheers Matt
    • Answer: We have several suppliers of these pumps and some do have the circlip retention. If you have the type without the circlips the pin can be retained by centre punching alongside the pin to secure the pin.
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    • Nick said: 13/05/2012 10:31
    • Is this pump OK for a 72 crossover with a replacement Brazilian 1600 AC engine.

      The one on it at the moment is a Brosol unit which looks similar to the picture. Just not sure what size the pushrod would be.

      Cheers Nick
    • Answer: you can fit this pump you must make sure that your push rod is the right length this pump takes a 100 mm push rod .
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    • Leo said: 28/09/2014 14:10
    • I have a '74 Bay with a 1600 engine. I suspect the fuel pump and would like to replace it. I have poor starting issues from cold and also vaporisation when starting from hot. Am I better off replacing the mechanical pump with a new good one or converting to an electronic pump & regulator?
      Also I note the mechanical pump is on backorder at the moment so looked at the rebuild kit which is more expensive than the pump. Is the rebuild kit better in anyway to justify the additional cost?
    • Answer: The rebuid kit can only be used on the origonal pump . The replacemet is an aftermarket pump that is a copy of the orignal design .
      That is why it is cheaper .
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    • George said: 26/11/2015 17:16
    • Ref Fuel pump My engine is AS type how do I check to see if I need a 100mm or 108mm as bought the engine as a rebuilt block only 1641cc with no ancillaries??
    • Answer: If your engine is going to have an alternator then you'll need a 100mm pushrod (J10395). The 108mm is for dynamos.
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    • Chris Taylor said: 26/07/2016 21:45
    • I have a 1979 t2 camper with what I suspect to be an older, possibly 1973 engine with an AD engine code-is this fuel pump compatible.also are the gaskets supplied for either side of the pump pedestal? Many thanks
    • Answer: Providing you've got an alternator, this is the one. It comes with the gaskets.
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Vehicle Compatability

VW Beetle Cabriolet

Air-Cooled Petrol (1973 - 1979) :

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LHD, RHD

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