Question about Volkswagen Golf
When the fuel pump is activated petrol leaks from carburettor. looking from the front it is at the back and to the right.
Fuel leaks from a carby when the fuel pump is working indicates a stuck or faulty needle and seat assembly in the carby allowing the bowl to over flow . check the fuel pump pressure is not excessive and remove the needle and seat assy and check needle for cracked rubber around needle or something as simple as a hair stopping the needle from seating properly
Posted on Jan 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
make sure you are getting the voltage (V) to the relay. Sure, you can easily bypass this aspect of the relay by shorting the contacts [enables V to relay] but that is entirely different V for the load rather than the V for the coil [which provides EMF, closes relay, makes contact, laaaa].
Evidently, you are getting V to the load [pump turns on once bypassed].
You aren't getting V to the coil side of the relay. Go back and recheck the wiring as well as the pump fuse. Take it out and do a continuity test [out of circuit].
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
No not head gasket, you would know Belif ME!
thats just the rocker cover gasket £1.60 CLEAN THE BREATHER OUT WHILE YOU HAVE GOT THE COVER OFF!
take you about 1/2 hour you nees 10mm socket!
Have a good one.............Bruce
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
starting in no particular order.....air filter blocked,auto choke stuck,thermostat stuck open,tyres under inflated,(5spd gearbox 29.4 mpg...4spd gearbox 32.8mpg,average consumtion,yes, thats right,govt figures)
Posted on Oct 22, 2010
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