How The VW 2.0T FSI Fuel Pump HPFP Fails ~ Video

Published on March 15, 2015 under Video

Today we look at how VW 2.0t FSI (BPY engine) fails. This was a really common problem issue a few years ago. Failure of the HPFP, the cam follower, as well as the cam shaft.

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  1. Mam

    Thanks a lot for posting this video. I just purchased an Audi A4 B7 with a Check Engine Light P0089 Low Fuel pressure Regulations. P310B-004 Fuel Pressure outside Specifications.
    I took the cam follower out: worn out. There was no terrible symptom. I have pics of the terrible symptom well as the pump. Do I have to replace the camshaft if the pump needs replaced?
    Thanks for your assistance

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