Volvo Penta D1-30 Oil pump removal

adinsdale96

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Hi, to cut a long story short I was trying to fix an oil leak on my 2006 D1-30A on the throttle arm, didn´t think it was too much of a big deal, timing cover off, throttle arm out, replace o-ring etc. Put it back together to find the engine wouldn´t throttle up and just idled. Took it apart, realised id broken a spring, ordered the springs, fitted, engine ran perfect. Took it all apart again (just to make sure everything was good to go) and the engine ran away with itself, like it was ungoverned. So I took it apart again and again, and again (and after about 15 times I started it up with the timing cover loose, very stupid I know realise as the oil pump sprocket jumped out and shattered the oil pump). The engine started for about 1/2 a second then stopped so I am not worried about any other damage apart from the physical damage I can see to the oil pump. I am sorry this is long winded and being a novice I now see it was a very stupid mistake to make but its happened, so now I have ordered from key part the oil pump kit with everything included. I am at the stage where I have the cog off the pump and the spring, circlip etc. But I need some advice removing the pump itself. Does it just pull straight out? Or is that too easy. Do I need to remove the plate?

Any help would be brilliant.

Thanks. PS I am new to the forum.
 

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Welcome aboard. Sadly I cannot offer any useful hints by way of answer but I have little doubt someone with some knowledge of the beast will be along soon.
 

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I can't follow your question as written but have you looked at the exploded dia at http://www.marinepartseurope.com/en/volvo-penta-explodedview-7746500-22-8310.aspx ?

If you PM me an email address I can send you a pdf of the VP workshop manual. I'm not finding it terribly clear on this point but it may be different with the engine in front of you.

Mike

Hi, yes I have the workshop manual and have looked at those diagrams. In your diagram I need to remove part 38 which is labelled as shaft but if you click on it it goes to this diagram
http://www.marinepartseurope.com/en/volvo-penta-explodedview-7746500-22-8290.aspx
Where you can see part 8 is the oil pump which I need someone to help me learn how to remove it.

Thanks for your response.
 

claus kjaerby

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Hi, to cut a long story short I was trying to fix an oil leak on my 2006 D1-30A on the throttle arm, didn´t think it was too much of a big deal, timing cover off, throttle arm out, replace o-ring etc. Put it back together to find the engine wouldn´t throttle up and just idled. Took it apart, realised id broken a spring, ordered the springs, fitted, engine ran perfect. Took it all apart again (just to make sure everything was good to go) and the engine ran away with itself, like it was ungoverned. So I took it apart again and again, and again (and after about 15 times I started it up with the timing cover loose, very stupid I know realise as the oil pump sprocket jumped out and shattered the oil pump). The engine started for about 1/2 a second then stopped so I am not worried about any other damage apart from the physical damage I can see to the oil pump. I am sorry this is long winded and being a novice I now see it was a very stupid mistake to make but its happened, so now I have ordered from key part the oil pump kit with everything included. I am at the stage where I have the cog off the pump and the spring, circlip etc. But I need some advice removing the pump itself. Does it just pull straight out? Or is that too easy. Do I need to remove the plate?

Any help would be brilliant.

Thanks. PS I am new to the forum.
Hi Did you ever manage to remove the pump part you mentioned. I may be struggling with the same part being the shaft of the pump inserted into the engine block itself? It is most likely kept in position by a pin or something inside which could require opening the cylinder head!?
 

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