Question about Volkswagen Golf
I have a 2003 astra diesel and want to know if there is a drain plug on the fuel tank as i have put petrol in it
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
I have an astra 1.6 gti great car 200,000kms and still goes like a bat out of hell ,one clutch and 2 set of front brake pads in all this time.and a drive shaft outer rubber cover is all i have changed in the 10 yrs i have had the car plus a batterry the original lasted 7 yrs.had a problem like this once and it was one of the thin plastic pipes that come off the inlet manifold and ran to the air intake winter summer unit.also check the pipe that runs to the brake servo in case the diaphram is leakng .Pull the pipe out of the servo unit and block end off and try it then..does car run ok when its warm if it does then it could be the temperature sensor unit that controls the auto choke.also look on the end of the injector feed pipe and on the end is a valve with a small pipe with rubber ends ,,,are they split ??right hand side of engine.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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