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  • Volvo Penta 3.0 GLP-J RawWater Pump Trouble

    I remember reading on this forum somewhere about locating parts for this pump with out replacing the entire pump and buying it from Volvo. I have the part numbers for the impeller and the "O" ring seal for the pump housing, but I can't seem to locate a part number for the lip seal that goes between the impeller and the bearing. The diagram at Volvo Penta does not show that seal. It does indicate a part called a guide washer, but the diagram appears to show that going between the pully and the crankshaft.
    I tried to upload an image showing what I had found but was unable to do so. I get an Unknown error pop up when I try.
    Has any one rebuilt this type of pump successfully?
    Of course my dealer refuses to rebuild the pump, will only sell a new pump.
    Thank you in advance...

    Bob
    2008 Glastron MX 175

  • #2
    Post a picture of the pump
    Kenner, Louisiana 1980 Donzi 18'. 2+3 6.2 MPI Alpha 1

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    • #3
      Would love to but as I mentioned in my first post, I get a “unknown error” pop up box when trying to post a picture.
      I will try from a different computer to see if I can get it to post.
      Thanks for the response

      -Bob
      2008 Glastron MX 175

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      • #4
        2 pictures of the raw water pump, the lip seal is shown on the shaft of the drive pulley.
        2008 Glastron MX 175

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        • #5
          Contact Marine Power in Pontchoula, La. 985 386 2081
          Kenner, Louisiana 1980 Donzi 18'. 2+3 6.2 MPI Alpha 1

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          • #6
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            • #7
              Awesome!
              Yegboats, might I ask what is the URL for that page you posted?
              Thank you

              -Bob
              2008 Glastron MX 175

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              • #8
                Originally posted by RMS58 View Post
                Awesome!
                Yegboats, might I ask what is the URL for that page you posted?
                Thank you

                -Bob
                I work in a dealership parts dept. It's our dealer site. I've seen people from the US link catalogs from the volvo sites before. This should be the public site.
                https://www.volvopentashop.com/epc/en-US
                Last edited by Yegboats; August 4th, 2019, 06:46 AM.

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                • #9
                  https://forums.iboats.com/forum/engi...raw-water-pump

                  i bought all from Grainger and rebuilt mine. Very in expensive. No more leaks.

                  My seals were melted. Bearings were ok though.
                  Sparky
                  1995 Four Winns Horizon 190
                  5.0 HO
                  SX Drive

                  http://community.webshots.com/user/sparkinatorST

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                  • #10
                    Thank you both Sparky and Yegboats, I was able to use the part numbers from Yegboats to find a local parts supplier. I will be ordering them tomorrow.
                    Hopefully this will make the boat happy again!

                    Chers

                    Bob
                    2008 Glastron MX 175

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by RMS58 View Post
                      Thank you both Sparky and Yegboats, I was able to use the part numbers from Yegboats to find a local parts supplier. I will be ordering them tomorrow.
                      Hopefully this will make the boat happy again!

                      Chers

                      Bob
                      Glad to help!

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                      • #12
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                        Update!!
                        The parts arrived from a Volvo Penta dealer in the NY area, the local Maine dealers did not want to sell me parts. They were mare than happy to sell me an entire pump. (Not happening)
                        I cleaned up the pump shaft with a little scotch brite pad and some warm water to clean out the rust and pad residue.
                        Use some seal lube to allow the inner pump to bearing seal to slide into the bore and seated it with a deep socket and a flat brass drift punch.
                        Lubed the devil out of the pump vanes, slid it in and reassembled the pump.
                        Put it back on the engine, put the belt back on, hooked up the water and fired up the engine. I let the engine run and it came up to temp, circulated water nicely and no more leak.
                        Than you all for your kind assistance.
                        Cheers!!

                        -Bob
                        2008 Glastron MX 175

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