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  1. #7071
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZHPizza View Post
    Right, there's a roundel stamped on the other side of the plug for the OE BMW part, but the VDO stamp is also there. The roundel is likely shaved off for the VDO part. Roundel would still be there if the shop bought the pump from the dealer, so won't tell you much.
    Maybe I’ll call terry sayther and find out if he uses originalstyle clamps... lol


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  2. #7072
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    Terry Sayther is among the best. One of my favorite shops in town.
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  3. #7073
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    Quote Originally Posted by fredo View Post
    Terry Sayther is among the best. One of my favorite shops in town.
    That’s what I’ve heard


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  4. #7074
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    Quote Originally Posted by 704sw View Post
    Would a dealership use an OEM-style clamp or a screw-gear hose clamp?
    I haven't thought about that.
    Quote Originally Posted by az3579 View Post
    I reused my original one...
    I didn't have a choice. I had the new pump already in the trunk when mine failed but I didn't have any clamps. I replaced it at a rest stop on I-95.

    The original one crimped on just fine, though I wouldn't reuse it a 3rd time. The OE clamp is a "single use" crimp connector.

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    It was nice that you were carring a pump. Which made me thinking that I should replace pump on my AW sedan, which is approaching 160k.

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  5. #7075
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    Olive has developed a “ticking” noise that I don’t hear while moving, only when stationary. It gets louder as revs go up. DISA?

    Trying to figure out how I can get a video up.


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  6. #7076
    Quote Originally Posted by joeybananaz18 View Post
    Olive has developed a “ticking” noise that I don’t hear while moving, only when stationary. It gets louder as revs go up. DISA?

    Trying to figure out how I can get a video up.


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    Oil level ok?


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    Quote Originally Posted by san View Post
    Oil level ok?


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    Actually lower than I thought. I checked it like a month ago and it was right where it needed to be. Damn.


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    Quote Originally Posted by joeybananaz18 View Post
    Actually lower than I thought. I checked it like a month ago and it was right where it needed to be. Damn.


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    Yeah, if you have an M54 you should be checking it often. lol
    I just did an oil change last week and I already need a quart on the ZHP.
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  9. #7079
    Quote Originally Posted by joeybananaz18 View Post
    Actually lower than I thought. I checked it like a month ago and it was right where it needed to be. Damn.


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    If the loss of oil is something new then check for oil leaks and also for any mayo in the ccv.

    I have a leaky oil pan gasket and I lose about a quart every 1000-1500 miles. May have some oil consumption issues too but I need to fix the leaks to know for sure.


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  10. #7080
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    Speaking of oil consumption: if your tail pipes are clean, could you safely assume that you aren’t burning oil?
    My 2.0 TSI vw burned oil like crazy and the tile pipe was absolutely black as a result.


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