Question about 1984 Audi GT
I have 84 audi 4000 s auto....... been told by several mechanics its the fuel distributor (?).... I cannot afford to take to dealer ....it is a 1984..right...
I have found several o/l salvage dlrs across usa who have this part. They say it has been tested... Is this normal practice or am I spending several 100 foolishly . car is in good shape and under 50 k milage. I have had this car 4 yrs and before this have spent money to replace all fluids and wiring. and it ran good up to now. other then stop and go city driving that causes it to overheat.
also have been told by salvage yard tech it could be wrm up valve. I dont know this part...
any one with an opinion would be appreciateed
thanks for reading...
john in san diego
John, What is the problem you are trying to fix?
I have a rebuilt fuel distributor if you need one. part number: 0 438 101 006
Bosch rebuilt number FD53X, $225
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