In recent years, the Bosch CP4 fuel pump has been the subject of numerous class-action lawsuits in the United States. The lawsuits claim that the pump is defective and prone to premature failure, and that the defendants were aware of the defects but continued to sell their products anyway. In this article, we’ll explore the allegations made in the lawsuits and what it means for vehicle owners and potential buyers.
What is the Bosch CP4 Fuel Pump?
The Bosch CP4 fuel pump is a high-pressure fuel pump used in modern diesel engines. It’s designed to provide precise fuel delivery under high pressures but has faced scrutiny over its reliability and durability. The pump operates using a plunger and barrel design, and is driven by the engine’s camshaft. The CP4 pump is often used in light and heavy-duty diesel vehicles and is commonly found in vehicles manufactured by companies such as General Motors, Ford, and Ram.
Allegations in the Class-Action Lawsuits