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Hi guys I've posted before about eml coming on when starting up and usually goes off if restart engine, it's been diagnosed by Nissan and independent as fuel pump fault.
Now my question is what shall I do about replacement,tbh it's only a minor inconvenience having to fire engine up twice/thrice and once going she runs fine. I have done a Google search and prices seem to range from 200 for recon unit up to 3k for brand new, was wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of good place to look and also what's the average ball park cost. Cheers guys
 

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Do you know what fault code is showing? Fuel pump failures are rare, it is far more likely to be fuel delivery, often caused by a fuel filter.
 

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My mistake, I thought this about a D40 for some reason.

The D22 does suffer from fuel pump issues, £200 to £300 is a reasonable price for second hand. It is worth finding one that has been checked..
 

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That's brilliant,thank you as wasn't sure what the average ball park cost was and didn't want to splash silly money. Yep it's a d22 05. I will try hunting one down. Cheers again saves me sh!tting myself at the thought of spending 2-3 grand?
 

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First I'd check the condition of the diesel filter and all the fuel lines, the pump control is fuel-cooled.
75P5 is a failure of the control module on the top of the pump. The manual says you can replace just that, but I can't find the procedure. If you can indeed replace the cm with the pump in place you will save a massive, massive amount of time, or labour cost, as well as the cost of a full new pump.

Edit: I found the relevant service manual page. It seems that you need to replace the whole pump.
 

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That's brilliant,thank you as wasn't sure what the average ball park cost was and didn't want to splash silly money. Yep it's a d22 05. I will try hunting one down. Cheers again saves me sh!tting myself at the thought of spending 2-3 grand?
I paid £200 for a low mileage used pump, £60 to have it tested, and £250 to have it fitted.
£200 seems a really good price for a reconditioned pump.
 

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First I'd check the condition of the diesel filter and all the fuel lines, the pump control is fuel-cooled.
75P5 is a failure of the control module on the top of the pump. The manual says you can replace just that, but I can't find the procedure. If you can indeed replace the cm with the pump in place you will save a massive, massive amount of time, or labour cost, as well as the cost of a full new pump.

Edit: I found the relevant service manual page. It seems that you need to replace the whole pump.
Thank you for your reply. All the bits mentioned were checked by my mechanic as he said the machine will tell you the fault but could just be a part not the whole unit and he couldn't find anything obvious. Tbh I think I've resigned myself to new pump,fortunately it's not a major problem at mo apart from looking a bit silly in car parks restarting 2,3 times lol. I will however start looking for pump asap because it seems d22 parts are becoming harder and harder to source. Will be going for recon because 2-3k would make me seriously consider getting a new truck tbh. Can you recommend anyone to buy from or was yours just a lucky one off find?
 

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Mine was a one off find, but not so much luck as putting the word out and scouring ebay and the other sites for a couple months. I'd never trust one of the new chinese pattern parts you can get online.
From memory I know a place that will remanufacture one for £500ish+vat (I think don't quote me on that!) if it comes to that.
Eventually I reckon you'd find someone breaking an engine that's eaten it's bearings, but definately make sure you test any used pump before you put it on, they're a weak point on these engines and could always have problems.

I can really empathise with your position, it isn't exactly entertaining?...
 

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Mine was a one off find, but not so much luck as putting the word out and scouring ebay and the other sites for a couple months. I'd never trust one of the new chinese pattern parts you can get online.
From memory I know a place that will remanufacture one for £500ish+vat (I think don't quote me on that!) if it comes to that.
Eventually I reckon you'd find someone breaking an engine that's eaten it's bearings, but definately make sure you test any used pump before you put it on, they're a weak point on these engines and could always have problems.

I can really empathise with your position, it isn't exactly entertaining?...
Thank you for your advice. I did see a couple of recons from eBay whilst doing Google search yesterday on the matter so will look into it. Tbh I'm the same in the sense of avoiding the cheap Chinese stuff and ideally like genuine parts and especially when engine related or at least a branded well tried and test make I've at least heard of lol. I will definitely get it checked and tested before committing and like I said it's not a major problem just inconvenience so at least have time on my side. I may look into getting mine refurbished or at least looked at by a specialist to determine problem and hopefully maybe something simple because in my mind and bare in mind I'm no mechanic hence all questions, I hope/think it maybe something simple like a sticky vaule or dodgy switch because I just find it odd it runs fine after restarting. Anyway fella thank you for your help?
 

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Hi guys I've posted before about eml coming on when starting up and usually goes off if restart engine, it's been diagnosed by Nissan and independent as fuel pump fault.
Now my question is what shall I do about replacement,tbh it's only a minor inconvenience having to fire engine up twice/thrice and once going she runs fine. I have done a Google search and prices seem to range from 200 for recon unit up to 3k for brand new, was wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of good place to look and also what's the average ball park cost. Cheers guys
 
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