Question about Audi A4
Checked plugs, plug wires, petrol pump and injectors and it seems fine. Sometimes when i try to drive, i only go around 100 meters and it went into "powerless mode". I think of the petrol filter, but someone told me it is my computer? Please advice, thank you.
No one on the internet or over the phone can diagnose
& resolve any vehicle issues
You need to have the car to road test,talk to owner
& do some testing
You personally can't do much, without wiring diagrams
& diagnostic manuals & charts to follow & learn it's systems
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For all those out there that have had problems with your Chevy Aveo Stalling, inconsistent idling, hard to start, or throttle problems, Hollywood Harv has the answer for you. Try a new Valve Idling Air Cont GM part number 93744675. You only need one and it has to be install by Chevrolet so they can place in the codes to make it work properly. Toss the old one away as most likely has so much carbon build up on the part that it stuck or struggling to function properly. It worked on mine after many different attempts at other stuff! This is a sure winner! Good luck and drive safe! Hollywood Harv
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
its the camshaft position sensor . Its located (atleast on my 1.6L) to the right of the front HOT plate the conection runs between the engine and the right side fan. easier to work on if you take off the air intake thats by the left front side of the battery. you will be working between the fan and the motor. only one bolt but is tricky so u need a 1/4 inch nuckle with a 1/4 extention. once located and you have the right tools it will only take 30 minutes to replace....dont forget to take off negative battery cable before you start.
Posted on May 07, 2009
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