Aux fuel transfer Pump Soelnoid RSB -42-066

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Aux fuel transfer Pump Soelnoid RSB -42-066

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My DA 42 T.D.I. Has not had the RSB -42-066 (dated 04-Dec-2008) completed , so I just had the right aux tank pump lose prime. the pump will not transfer fuel to the main tank. I will be doing the RSB soon. I would like to know the maker of the solenoid and buy direct if possible.
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Re: Aux fuel transfer Pump Soelnoid RSB -42-066

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David:

Looks to be a Parker-Hannefin solenoid valve:

https://www.parker.com/parkerimages/Eng ... s/GPGB.pdf

The one you want is on pages 42-43. It also looks like you will need an assortment of other parts like fittings, brackets, etc.

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Re: Aux fuel transfer Pump Soelnoid RSB -42-066

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I am going with the Diamond kit the price is not too crazy (a bit over 1200 for both) and I do not have to chase parts.
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Re: Aux fuel transfer Pump Soelnoid RSB -42-066

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cptndavid wrote:
Fri Jul 31, 2020 5:56 pm
I am going with the Diamond kit the price is not too crazy (a bit over 1200 for both) and I do not have to chase parts.
I think in this instance, that is a wise choice.
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