Question about 1989 Audi 200
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the wiring to the coil
Check to make sure the fuel injector is working properly.
Check compression on the cylinder
Posted on May 21, 2009
This problem is usually associated with the timing reference pin on the flywheel. If it breaks off you will get no spark or fuel.
There are two ways to check it: Remove the two timing sensors from the bellhousing on the left side. The bracket that holds them is bolted on by two 5mm hex or "allen" bolts. Pull the whole bracket out whith the sensors. Have an assistant turn the crank slowly. When the engine approaches tdc for #1 piston, look into the bellhousing opening for a metal pin on the flywheel, about 1/4" long.
Alternatively, you can remove the starter, have someone turn the crank, and look for the pin.
If it is broken you can normally replace it through the starter opening, by punching out the old part and pressing a new one in.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
1989?? have a funny feeling it could be either crank sensor or the ignition module ,pretty basic vehicle electrics in them days
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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