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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dump Valve Seat Leon Cupra 1.8T
As you may know your car already has a dump valve, all turbo cars are fitted with one so its a matter of swapping, but beware if you do not fit a recirculating dump valve you may find a warning light on your dashboard as the ecu will register the drop in pressure as a leak, also you may find your performance will be worse, not better as the waste gases in a recirculatory dump valve are forced back in to keep the turbo spinning, so less lag
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
hi mis fire take place
1.First blocked or worn out injector,second pipe cracked or leaking,third fairly serious either valves or rings,compression check,good luck
2 years ago
2.Diesels dont as a rule misfire. They either go or stop completely, that was until they intrduced all this computerised electronic injection systems.
If a Diesel has a permanent misfire it is usually injector trouble or it has a compression off on one cylinder.
Take it to a diesel specialist and avoid main dealers at all costs.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
check oil preassure (should be 2 bars/2000 rpm. at working temperature) if OK, check oil pressure sensor- change.
if not OK could be bigger problem (leaks, bearings, or turbine problem..)
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks alot for your advice very helpful going to have it looked at thanks again for your time."
The two lines that you are wondering about are oil cooler lines for your transmission. One is a pressure line from the transmission, the other is the return. Usually only a small amount of transmission fluid is lost during a radiator change, but all you need to do is to check for leaks on the line connections, and if they are good, then check your transmission fluid level after you are finished and top off if needed.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
hi i have the same problem with the gti mk i just bought!!! silly me hay! :-) i heard it might have something to do with the heater matrix or something,have to take the dash board off bout 4 hour job. im going to have to get my brother to do this lol..hopefully! when it comes to girls they seem to not bother! lol if you find out anything other than this can you please let me know. thanks kelly.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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