I have a 2000 VW bug TDI Auto with the 1.9 TDI off the cylinder on the side closest to the timing belt their is a 2" hose that fuel is pumped out when the engine is running their is a screw acting as a plug should this hose go somewhere? Or is this suspose to be like this?
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If its a 4 cylinder engine then its the one closest to the timing belt ( the one closest to the right front tire). if its a 6 cylinder engine then its the first one from the left closest to the firewall.
a book is helpful-however these days plugs last so long--the condition of the plug wires is more important-they wear from the hi volts and u dont notice it by lookin atum--if auto is skippin or vibratin itz time for an inspection along with the rest of ignition n fuel system
Hello station51946: My name is Roger and I will help you. Number one cylinder will be the front plug. The plug closest to the fan belt. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer. This way I know it was helpful. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
CODE PO301 - CYLINDER NUMBER 1 MISFIRE DETECTED. POSSIBLE CAUSE- BAD COIL - SPARK PLUG - INTAKE MANIFOLD VACUUM LEAK - DIRTY OR FAULTY FUEL INJECTOR. CODE P1142 - DID NOT SEE. CODE P1545 - THROTTLE VALVE ACTUATOR MALFUNCTION.POSSIBLE CAUSE THROTTLE VALVE CONTROL MODULE FAULTY - THROTTLE VALVE IS DAMAGE OR DIRTY - THROTTLE VALVE MUST BE IN THE CLOSE POSITION - ACCELERATOR PEDAL OUT OF ADJUSTMENT. THROTTLE POSITION ACTUATOR IS SHORTING TO GROUND OR POWER.
If you stand at front of car with hood open, the left side of the engine (side with serpentine belt) is where the numbers start. Odd cylinder closest to serpentine belt is cylinder 1 and even cylinder closest to serpentine belt is cylinder 2. The cylinders are in numeric order, for example: the cylinder next to cylinder 1 is cylinder 3.
Low compression can be caused by a blown head gasket, cracked cylinder head, burnt or damaged valves, worn or cracked piston rings, scored block cylinders. In all this cases an engine would have low compression on all cylinders unless something major is wrong, or the compression gauge is not measuring properly. -------------- This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution
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You can remove the #1 spark plug and get the piston at top dead center, (all the way up in the cylinder). You can also check the access hole in the top of the transmission housing, to line up the TDC timing mark on the flywheel to the transmission housing. The mark on the crank pulley is rather hard to see, just a little mark "V'ed" into the pulley lip.
Possibly air in the fuel lines. Possibly Fuel Injection Pump Case Relief Valve has come apart (funny looking ,10mm bolt with 2 round sides on left side of Injection Pump). Great site for TDIs - www.tdiclub.com - forum thread on this very problem. Great people will help get you going.
It is on the passenger side right behind the washer fluid fill tube. You can follow the fuel lines (look like 1/4" black tubes, some are clear) from the injector pump to it. It is a caniser a bit bigger than a normal looking oil filter and sits between the washer bottle and the metal that forms the wheel well. It is held in by a screw type clamp about half way down the cylinder. Probably isn't the fuel filter unless there is air in the lines to the injector pump or they didn't bother to fill the fuel filter up with diesel after putting it in. There is not a fuel pump in the tank in these cars so everything is sucked up by the injector pump and it needs to be primed properly.