2004 Jetta fuel pump repair installation bbw part 3

2004 Jetta fuel pump repair installation bbw part 3

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This is part three of a DIY video on how to change the fuel pump and fuel filter on a 2004 VW Jetta with the engine code BBW. This model has a steel fuel tank instead of a plastic one like most Jettas of this era have. I believe VW Beetles from 2004-2010 also had some BBW engines so this will apply to them as well.
Fuel pump part#: 1J0-919-051-N
For a great deal on a replacement pump, check Deutsche Auto Parts
http://www.deutscheautoparts.com/View/1J0-919-051-N/1JM-919-051-A/0/33383
Fuel filter part#: 1J0-919-051-B
Fuel pump relay#: 1J0-906-383-D (466)
If you have any questions about how to do this procedure, just ask.
Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvLs31Zw-zo
Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-mOX9_PZJg

22 Responses to “2004 Jetta fuel pump repair installation bbw part 3”

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  1. Jaime Contreras says:

    Checked the fuses and relay clicks when key is in on position . I think I
    will check for voltage again because I don’t hear the pump whirling with
    key to the on position?? I’m going to put my test light to the connector
    again after work . This frustrating but I was thinking fuel might not have
    made it yet , trying to start the car nearly killed my battery

  2. Jaime Contreras says:

    That connector also to the plate on exterior is very hard to disconnect

  3. jcx2bby says:

    It should start right away when the pump is installed. I only cranked the
    motor twice before the engine started after putting the new pump in.
    Definitely check for voltage at that connector…..also, spray that
    starting fluid in the intake and try to start then. That will tell you for
    sure what’s going on.

  4. Jaime Contreras says:

    Thank you got it going. The hose from the pump going to the filter was
    backwards or the hoses were crossed up. Thanks for the feedback

  5. dodge dakota says:

    I had to change my fuel pump and filter on my 2004 Jetta BBW engine. Your 3
    part video and attention to detail was very helpful. Explaining how to
    disconnect the hoses and pump itself saved a lot of guess work. One
    question I have is about the relay. The 466 in particular. Do you know what
    the vw part number is for that relay. I’m using the 409 which works but I’m
    trying to find the 466 relay. Can’t search the web because I don’t have a
    part number. thanks for your help

  6. jcx2bby says:

    I will get the part # to you as soon as I have a chance to pull the relay.
    I will post it here and in the video description. Standby!

  7. jcx2bby says:

    Part# for 466 relay. 1J0 906 383D Let me know if you need anything else.

  8. dodge dakota says:

    Thanks for getting the p/n for the relay. That’s what I was looking for.
    Now I just need to find one somewhere on the web. Very helpful

  9. jcx2bby says:

    You’re welcome, no sweat. When I was troubleshooting my car, I saw a 466 on
    eBay for about 20 bucks, but they are few and far between. Good luck.

  10. Jose Sousa says:

    I have a 2004 VW Jetta GL 2.0 also with a BBW engine and 101K miles. The
    car runs but suffers from a sluggish throttle response which prompted me to
    clean thoroughly the throttle body and mass flow sensor. Power response
    improved somewhat but over the past two months the acceleration is again
    slow and today I got the engine light, code #17560 or a lean mixture. I
    checked the rail fuel pressure and I measured 36 PSI at idle and 52 PSI at
    revs . Vacuum leaks were, for the most part, eliminated by spraying starter
    fluid on the intake manifold air ducting and the whole time the car idled
    just fine. I nevertheless wish to thank you for taking the time to make the
    videos and for the insightful information on this rare bird BBW.

  11. ederrick23 says:

    I got the replacement pump the video was very helpful in getting the lines
    off but where is the 3rd connetion come from it has 3on the old ne bu only2
    on the new one plase help

  12. Jay Boswell says:

    very helpful…thank you for posting your videos. I’m pretty sure I have a
    pump issue as well. The car won’t start until I tap on the bottom of the
    gas tank with a golf club. Sounds weird, but works every time. Before I
    spend the money on a new pump, do you think it could be the filter?

  13. Jay Boswell says:

    One more question. I found a used one but it looks like the cut the hoses.
    Are they detachable from the pump end?

  14. Jay Boswell says:

    you might be interested to know that I got that damn thing running! I was
    able to put a small slit on the hoses and get them off without much
    damage. I clamped on the existing hoses on the new (used) pump and off she
    went. Man, what a job. Getting the hoses connected and disconnected
    without being able to see was the hardest part. The skin on my hands and
    arms are toast from being submerged in the gas tank. Gonna take a lot of
    Vaseline to get them back to normal. Thanks again for your videos and
    advice. 

  15. MewCat100 says:

    Thanks man, you saved me a ton of time and having to send the pump back
    because the dealer around here doesn’t have the right parts diagrams for
    the BBW. You rock.

  16. MilesMommy 2010 says:

    You just saved my life by posting this – I have been looking for DAYS to
    try to order this part and that link to deutcheautoparts actually made me
    jump out of my chair and cheer. Thank you so much!!!!!! And you and other
    commenters are right, every place you call thinks you’re INSANE when you
    try to describe this pump. Plus I’m a girl and parts inquiry phone calls
    that start with “Do you know the year of your vehicle” on something like
    this tend to not go well for 10 minutes lol. 

  17. Nestor D says:

    Hi,
    Did you replace the fuel pump because the pump didn’t run, so you had no
    fuel pressure and obviously a no start condition? I have one of these
    beauties here, and is running lean, like fuel lean, even setting a lean
    code. not vacuum leaks, no mass sensor issue either… wondering if you
    know the exact spec on the fuel pressure. mine fluctuates quiet often.
    Thanks

  18. john coon sr says:

    thanks for posting this vid i fixed my vw like your vid shows and it
    started right up

  19. Krycius says:

    Thanks for the Video’s, I spent half a day trying to find the correct pump
    for this car, half the auto part stores don’t have a clue about the BBW
    pumps and either did I till I found this video.

  20. Michael Femia says:

    +jcx2bby, any chance you checked the legitimacy of the “forever filter”
    claim? Was your old one gunked up?

    I’d love to see whether they hold up before deciding whether to replace
    mine.

  21. Loca Vaca says:

    When you had this problem did your car on the dash say (EPC)

  22. Loca Vaca says:

    So my Jetta says that it’s the same as yours and when I turn it on it turns
    strait off like if it’s not getting gas do u think I might need to do the
    same things you did

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