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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Emissions Workshop on display
I had this problem myself and was told it could be one of 3 things
1. ignition coils are on their last legs and would need replacing (there are 4 of them in a VW golf)
2. The throttle housing is knackered and needs replacing as it has caused the motor that powers the accelerator to stop working and
3. The catalytic converter has an excess of carbon stored within it and has caused a defect.
All 3 of these jobs are notoriously expensive. Much to the delight of whoever it is you have gone to see....
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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