Question about 1995 Volkswagen Golf
I made my vw golf mk2 turbo last week, And I've to say I used my twin Weber 40 DCNF to deliver my fuel, so now I've problem with fuel delivery at full throttle, At normal RPM and begging of the boost it works ok, but when RPM goes beyond 6000 my A/F ratio gauge goes to LEAN part and I can feel the car is running out of fuel, This problem starts at second gear and continues on other gears, I also have to say I used the 4bar fuel pump and Adjustable fuel pressure regulator but I can not adjust it to solve this problem, If I change the regulator setting I'll loose the low RPM rev, For more information I've to say My boost is set on 9psi, If you think I've to change the webber settings or main jet size or fuel pump and regulator so please let me know .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It should feel pretty tight, but germans (vw audi bmw porsche mb) put a lot of rubber bits in the linkage and when the rubber wears out, there is more play.
If you want to fix it yourself, check with the folks at blauparts.com for parts and advise on this. They have OEM VW and Audi parts and they run a first rate repair shop also. They will be able to tell you what rubber shift linkage parts are available AND how hard they are to replace.
germanautoparts.com is good for parts also
Dealship is usually most expensive for OEM parts.
Good luck, when you get the rubber stuff replaced, it should feel nice and tight
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
The fuel pump, accumulator and filter are mounted in an assembly under the passenger side rear seat. The pump is held in the fuel pump box with 3 screws. The assembly bolts to the underneath side of the car with 4 13mm bolts. You'll need to disconnect the fuel lines to it and you can remove the entire assembly.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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