[T3] Fuel Pump Circuit

Jim Adney jadney at vwtype3.org
Sat Apr 20 10:40:01 PDT 2019

On 20 Apr 2019 at 15:38, Dennis Stiefel wrote:

> It has been a VERY busy school year for reasons I will not get into. 
> If some remember I put a low millage trans in Clementine about two and
> a half years ago that came out of the parts car we had when we were in
> restoring mode a few years ago. I have been disappointed ever since
> because there has been an input shaft noise since installation.

I'll be interested to hear what you find in your AT that's causing the noise. I 
didn't remember your mentioning that problem.

> On a side note to Jim we did address the things you pointed out in the
> shop when everyone was at the school as far as the air cleaner
> position and a few other things. 

That mis-routed parking brake cable and that funny spacer under the air 
cleaner? Good! Anything else

> Back in the summer I installed one of Jim's toggle switch kits for the
> fuel pump (love by the way) so I used it to primed the lines as we
> installed new hoses on the engine as the old ones are about 6 to 7
> years old and were getting stiff.  After that I started it but it shut
> back down. I went to see what that was about and noticed the fuel pump
> was not engaging at all no second click after I turn on the ignition
> switch.

Like Bob said, look for where wire 19 comes out of the FI harness and 
connects to a wire from a body harness. Just 2 short wires on the wall in 
front of the engine, just to the left of the IAD. This will be right near the AT 
dipstick. The exposed wires are short; most of each wire is buried in a 

Jim Adney, jadney at vwtype3.org
Madison, Wisconsin, USA

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