Question about 2000 Volkswagen Golf
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No spark from coil pack
The most common reasons for them going out are not using dielectric
grease properly when installing, and from washing your engine.
I believe this was a huge issue with Volkswagen vehicles
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
If it is hydrogen sulphide it could be coming from an overcharging battery, but in view of the misfire it sounds more like an over-rich fuel mixture could be fouling up your catalytic converter. Best course of action is to get a proper diagnosis at your garage or if you are technically minded you can buy a cheap interface cable and download free VAG diagnostic software and then do it yourself.
Hope this helps! D.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
SOURCE: polo gti wont start
Only the dealer can put the immobiliser right ,encrypted software soory but their is no way you by-pass it .Unless you have circuit diagram of the ECU and they are copyrighted and not released
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
Once the Coil packs are exposed, Disconnect the connector. You may need a flat tip screwdriver to press the retaining clip at the same time you are pulling the connector out of the socket.
Once the connector is disconnected the coil packs can be pulled off of the spark plug. It may be snug so a little persuasion with a large flat tip screw driver may be needed. Do not be too rough with it. The coil packs are easily damaged so brute force may not be your best friend here.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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