Question about 1990 Volkswagen Cabriolet
When applying pressure to the gas pedal it will loose compression and choke instead of accelerating
after driving it a short distance it will not start back up. it will turn over sounding like it's about to start but will not catch.
if you wait 10 minutes it will start back up but still run ruff.
can anyone help me?
also does anyone know the proper firing order or spark plug order..
this has brand new sparkplug dist rotor cap wires etc
a little backround: the car has 110 xxx it was stored in a garage for 6 years. iv had the car for 6 months. it was running ruff for the first 2 weeks. then i did a full tune up. the # 4 plug was flooded with gas and I had to replace the fuel injector sensor / relay. after that it worked perfect. The car also currently needs an exhaust manifold gasget so it runs a bit loud and ruff.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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