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febi oil pump..............how does it work???


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i got a new febi oil pump to install in my 2002. First question is, is this a quality oil pump? i have heard of them having problems, but i'm not really sure what to expect. Any comments in this area? the second question is about the 3 bolt hub that the gear bolts to. On the old pump, the flange was pressed on, but on the new one it looks like it needs to be screwed on in some manner. Has anyone noticed this before? did i maybe get the wrong one by mistake? the box it came in says. "11 41 1 269 549" i would like to get this back together as soon as possible, but i'm not quite sure what to do! Thanks for the help, -Reid

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The pump is the right part number (...549)

Febi Bilstein is OK, not OE but a bit cheaper (not like his brother August Bilstein whose got the killer dampers!)

The question you have revolves around the pumps changing from the old flange with three-bolt sprocket to the new version with a single fine-splined hole and one nut & washer.

To use your new pump (OE BMW changed to this style, too) you need:

11 41 1 273 688 sprocket, oil pump

07 11 9 900 079 nut, pump sprocket

07 11 9 932 634 washer, pump sprkt

About $10 in parts.

HTH,

// John

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