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3B power steering pump cross reference?

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PostPosted: Sun May 14, 2017 3:08 pm 
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As it's just *days* away from heading out to Carlisle, and I have a 3B motored T44 in Canada..

And we don't have many 3B powered type 44s in Canada.. (could probably count on fingers)

Looks like the PS pump decided to starting to leak 'green gold' from it's front seal. (how does an Audi know the worst time to have an issue?)

Looking at 7 zap, I'm getting conflicting info as to information if the older 5K pumps will work or not (and if the banjo bolts seal the same way? I'm getting the idea that some pumps used o rings, some may use crush washers. Or would that be banjo bolt dependent, and not relate to the pump at all)

Anyone know for sure what'll cross over and work , from perhaps a 5000 (or maybe s4?)

https://audi.7zap.com/en/usa/audi+200+q ... 5-21020/#1

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PostPosted: Sun May 14, 2017 5:21 pm 
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Don't know what will work for sure since it's been quite a while since I've BTDT. Believe the crush washers vs o-rings is related to the line fitting, not the pump. I kind of remember that the brackets were different between the 5000 and 200. According to OEM PC the 1989-91 200's used the same part # pump...

I did switch one of these out once upon a time, but don't remember if it was a MC car or a 3B one??? Regardless of MC or 3B all the 200's should be the same...

With that said, reseal kits use to be available.... Never seen a front seal leak on these, usually its one of the top plugs... (BTDT!)

Good luck!

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PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2017 6:13 am 
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Ok, good to know..

Much better chance of finding a 5000 pump is this part the world!

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85 4kq ("Rusty", because he is. Best winter car *ever*!)


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PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 8:35 pm 
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Used a 10v on my 3b. Had to hog out the hole in bracket a wee bit. Works fine, no leaks from banjos. 3b pump is impossible to find


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Also, good time to switch to Redline psf, if you haven't already


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