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Windrider1 04-11-2013 02:40 PM

Volvo MD7A fuel injection pump
 
I have a rebuilt fuel injection pump for a volvo md7a

Hutton28 06-01-2013 07:37 PM

Re: Volvo MD7A fuel injection pump
 
Is it a cav pump if so how much and where is it
Thanks

Windrider1 06-02-2013 10:52 AM

Re: Volvo MD7A fuel injection pump
 
Hello Hutton28, It is a rebuilt CAV pump. I'll sell it for $200 plus shipping and the location is Charleston, SC. I can send pics, thanks

Hutton28 06-02-2013 05:34 PM

Re: Volvo MD7A fuel injection pump
 
Thanks for the info I am very interested could you send a photo and are you willing to post standard priority mail to Australia
Thanks

Mid Life C 06-02-2013 11:49 PM

Re: Volvo MD7A fuel injection pump
 
Hello,
I am looking of a Volvo Penta Injector Pump for my MD7A. Mine is a BOSCH. I noticed you had an inquiry as a C.A.V. Can you confirm if it is a CAV or a BOSCH.

Rgscha02 07-04-2014 11:46 AM

Re: Volvo MD7A fuel injection pump
 
Whats the story with this injection pump? Is it still available? I am just starting my search for a replacement. Please let me know. Thank you

ECS-IB30 07-08-2014 08:38 AM

Re: Volvo MD7A fuel injection pump
 
I just did this same job on my Islander 30 - I found the place listed below online - they had everything I needed in stock and shipped it to my door - arrived on schedule and was exactly what I needed to complete the repair and have the boat up and running again in time for the weekend.
here's the link and company info:

www.powerproductsystems.com
Power Product Systems, 90 Baystate Rd
Wakefield, Ma 01880
Telephone: 781-246-7401
Email: info@powerproductsystems.com

Cost of the new pump was $212.86 with a 10% discount. I elected to replace the hose to the fuel filter at the same time and they had that in stock as well - the new pump bolted right up - no bleeding necessary and the engine ran from the first turn of the key -


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