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Over fueling when I start up the engine golf mk1

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SOURCE: 1994 Volkswagen MK1 golf knocking noise

Very simple.... I had this problem and it drove me Crazy.... your gearbox engine mount is gone. When you look at it it will look fine but when under load it moves. creating the knocking noise..

Use a crowbar (Very carefully) to move the engine to check.

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SOURCE: FITTED CLUTCH TO MK1 GOLF STILL NOT WORKING??

change the fly wheel

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SOURCE: mk1 vw golf problem starting when cold ?

The first thing you may want to do is to replace your coolant temperature sensor. This is arguably the most important sensor on the vehicle, since it tells the vehicle's computer how hot or cold the engine is. What's most likely happening, is the sensor is sending an incorrect reading of temperature, making the computer think it's warmer than it really is, causing the car to attempt to start too lean.

The sensor is generally under $20 and is easy to purchase and install. It's usually located near the thermostat housing with 2 wires going to it.

I hope this helps and let me know if you need any further assistance! :)

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SOURCE: need a diagram for the fuel system for a mk1 vw

Your system is called CIS (Continues Injection System) not CIS-E by Bosch. This means your system is mechanically operated and not electronic. You can find a repair manual at the public library authored by Chiltton's or Clymer's. The official factory repair manual is published by Robert Bentley.

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SOURCE: 1997 VW Golf MK1 Sometimes the

may need to replace fuel filter and/or check the fuel pump for pressure.

Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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