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    series 2 windshield washer pump for my Fulvia, and.....

    I discovered, upon importing my car from Italy, why the windshield squirted wouldn’t work: the pump was missing in action. The wires are there, and there’s current. The water bag remains, as does the plastic tube. Just no pump. The car is a '72 series 2 1,600 (I presume that the pumps were the same regardless of being 1,300 or 1,600. Were they the same as series 1 pumps?). Pump must be in good visual condition, but decades of mange is fine) and fully functional. Having the correct squirt nozzle for the bonnet would be wonderful too. Please let me know cost with shipping to western Canada.

    i lost one of the two knurled nuts, and it’s chrome washer, that holds the dashboard in place, and which screws over either the odometer setting button, or the lighting rheostat. Damn, damn, damn..... where can I get replacements?
    Thor Frohn-Nielsen
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    Re: series 2 windshield washer pump for my Fulvia, and.....

    I just got in a new 1967 (or so) to 1974 Fiat pump. I wonder if it's the same? Got a picture of what it might look like?
    I also have no idea what the nozzle might look like on a Fulvia...

    Quote Originally Posted by Professorgearhead View Post
    I discovered, upon importing my car from Italy, why the windshield squirted wouldn’t work: the pump was missing in action. The wires are there, and there’s current. Pump must be in good visual condition, and fully functional. Having the correct squirt nozzle for the bonnet would be wonderful too.
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    Re: series 2 windshield washer pump for my Fulvia, and.....

    Were they the same as series 1 pumps?
    The series 1 washer pump was manual (!)
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    Re: series 2 windshield washer pump for my Fulvia, and.....

    Unfortunately, I don’t have a photo. Anyone know whether this is the same pump? At least I now know that a Series1 pump is NOT the one for me.
    Quote Originally Posted by chris obert View Post
    I just got in a new 1967 (or so) to 1974 Fiat pump. I wonder if it's the same? Got a picture of what it might look like?
    I also have no idea what the nozzle might look like on a Fulvia...
    Thor Frohn-Nielsen
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    Re: series 2 windshield washer pump for my Fulvia, and.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Professorgearhead View Post
    Unfortunately, I don’t have a photo. Anyone know whether this is the same pump? At least I now know that a Series1 pump is NOT the one for me.
    I don't know what yours should look like, but this is the Fiat unit
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    Re: series 2 windshield washer pump for my Fulvia, and.....

    Quote Originally Posted by chris obert View Post
    I don't know what yours should look like, but this is the Fiat unit
    Anyone know whether this is the correct one?
    Thor Frohn-Nielsen
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    Re: series 2 windshield washer pump for my Fulvia, and.....

    Which, of course, begs the question: which is the correct one, and does this imply that Lancia switched over half way through their production. Murphy's law would dictate that the correct one for me would be the expensive one!
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    Re: series 2 windshield washer pump for my Fulvia, and.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Professorgearhead View Post
    Which, of course, begs the question: which is the correct one, and does this imply that Lancia switched over half way through their production. Murphy's law would dictate that the correct one for me would be the expensive one!
    the parts catalogue shows the assembly on Tav. 66A. While it's not clearly visible, the depicted pump looks more like the expensive one to me. What's more important (I think) is that there is an altogether different variant: the pump directly attached to the washer bag. I haven't found out which was used in which case, but they're shown in the same picture, marked as "for Coupé-HF-Sport".
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    When my separate pump broke, I switched to the bag variant. That way, the pump won't run dry because the water drains back if the separate pump isn't used in a while. Plus, the bag/pump combo is cheap, and I needed a new bag, anyway.

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    Re: series 2 windshield washer pump for my Fulvia, and.....

    You are right. It does look like the expensive one. The “pump in a bag” is indeed a great idea, but I want to keep my car original, and the wiring as all there for the location under the wiper.

    there must be someone in Europe or the UK specializing in breaking up Lancias, no? What we call a “wrecker”. I’ve looked on the web but can’t find anything.
    Thor Frohn-Nielsen
    '72 Lancia Fulvia 1600

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