Question about 2004 Volkswagen Golf
Golf 1.9tdi s 2004 . im losing power on hills and also get a light up on dash flashing like a upside down spring. fault code p0727 and engine cuts out when driving along when revs are dropped
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check out the rubber/metal flange that joins the carburettor to its manifold. Wait while the engine is cold. Then check if the carburettor moves . Do this by taking hold of the carburettor and moving it a little side to side. The rubber mounts are known to perish after a time and this can cause air to be sucked in through the cracked flange rubber and in turn causing the engine to drop revs. The flanges are a replacement part and not too expensive so its a relativley easy fix if this is the problem.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
SOURCE: keeps cutting out!
My golf (2000) was doing the same to me. it occured to be the faulty EGR valve (it was closing and cutting the engin off) needed to have it replaced
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
it's your idle air valve located on the backside of your intake round with two large lines going to it make sure you check junkyards first for one because you'll faint when you hear the price at the parts counter.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
Just found your problem while looking for solutions to my own. My 2.0 8v 3door 97 golf gti can also cut out after driving for two or three minutes. Works fine one day then dies instantly 5 times the next...not a safe thing to happen pulling out of a junction!! Have researched problem and been told that it's probably fixable for £12-15. The "Hall Sender Relay" which is the fancy name for the ecu's power supply relay can go on the blink and cut power at any time causing instant shutdown...just like turning off the ignition key. Part number is 165906381 and available from a local vw dealer usually overnight. I'm fitting mine tomorrow 4/4/09...fingers crossed!
Hope this helps others...worth a try for the cost involved.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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