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Old 04-12-2011, 10:59 AM
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Hello friends, I am thinking of riding my nissan patrol motor injection pump factory td42t, my question is if someone can tell me the reference of the pump motor? I think the brand is zexel reference number but not is, thanks to all
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The pump will have the reference numbers on it, you may have to remove it though to find out !
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is it the part number for the injection pump you're after? or a motor that does something?
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Yes Espanol, tell us a bit more, don't worry about the english, just type what you can and we'll see if we can help.
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hello guys,i am sorry my inglish is very bad, i need de part number for the injection pump of engine td42t factory, thank you
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Hi Espan~ol! If you are looking for part numbers for a specific injector pump, try using the Zexel fast moving part database. ZEXEL On your pump there will be a plate with three lines of numbers and letters. The bottom line has the pump model number. (See exploded diagram below for the plate location.) This is what you use for the fast moving parts database.


If you are just looking for an injector pump for a TD4.2T, than you should ask in the GU section or the Safari section. GQ patrols did not come with factory turbos.

Si sientes mas de gusto hablando en espan~ol, mandame sus preguntas en un PM (mesage privado) en espan~ol.
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There is also a sticker just near the front that has part numbers. Or ring nissan with a vin number and get the original pump number from them.


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Got the PM from the OP in Spanish. He is asking for the injector pump part number because he is turboing his GR Y61 which had a TD4.2 swapped into it. The Y61 never came with the TD4.2T in Spain. So he thinks he may need to change the injector pump from the original swapped in TD4.2 with an injector pump from a TD4.2T. I PMed him and said from what I know, it was not necessary to change injector pumps. All that needs to be done is to tune the current injector pump with the turbo boost. I also said I would post back in the thread here to see if anyone else has different ideas.

The only thing that might be changed is the addition of an aneroid to the pump and maybe a larger plunger. While it may be desirable, I don't think you have to do those mods unless you are looking for big hp and torque gains. What do you all think?
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Can you upgrade the standard pump with an aneroid setup from another pump ?
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Can you upgrade the standard pump with an aneroid setup from another pump ?
Oldmav would be one of the best to answer that question.
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Yes you can, but it really needs to be off the car, by someone who knows how to do pump work. Not every aneroid will fit, some throttle shaft holes are in a different position.


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AH ok what about using a whole pump from something easier to find then a td42t pump.
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There are other pumps simular to the TD nissan pump but they all have different attachments fitted like throttle plates A/C actuator fuel shutoff solenoid position tubing attachments etc etc. It really isn't an option to find something else to fit besides an inline pump from a TD. The compensator system is a complete top change and needs to be the right one to fit, the only real differences is the throttle shaft location. One off the toyota models do fit with a few modifications but if you give zexel the pump number they will supply the correct top with all the bit required. Prices do change a bit from supplier to supplier, US base suppliers are always the cheapest and our pump model does cross reference to quite a few pumps readly used in the states. As for needing a compensator for very low boost systems it really can be tuned quite acceptable with some careful tuning you can compensate for the over fuel situation pre boost or use a turbo that boosts quickly all helps or just put up with the smoke and a little less driveability. But if you are after nice response and moderate boosts then one of these things is very necessary if you want the best possible tune.

I have fitted compensators on the car but it is a real pain, and the chance of having sh#t contaminate the pump is very high, best to remove the pump and fit in ideal conditions. There are many links on this site to very good reference doc on how to tune the compensator.

A TD42T pump with their 11mm element is a good way to go for an all in one option but if it has the little jesus box then make sure you get all the bits or remove the thing completely there is a thread on here on how to remove it.
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oldmay,it is true that you can mount the boost compensator from a motor pump td27t? if so all the work will come out much cheaper and easier, here in Spain there td42t from the engine pumps, but instead those of the td27t there are many .... thanks for helping
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