Question about 2002 Volkswagen Golf
I am having problems with the fuel pump /relay on the Caravelle. This is the 2.6i 5cyl version purchased in South Africa in 2002. The pump stops and starts intermittently when the vehicle is switched on and just recently the pump refuses to start. I have checked the relay and when I manually press it in the pump starts? My question is what signal brings the relay in? Thats why I need to get my hands on a wiring schematic. Can you help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your transmission is sealed and has no dipstick for a level check, all models of VW and Audi are this way, this started in the late 90's, why did they do this? VW/Audi don't want owners overfilling there transmission's, if the fluid is not at 95-113 Degrees Fahrenheit then you can overfill thinking the level is low and not taking expansion into account.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
First look for a vacuum leak in all the vacuum hoses leading to the throttle body and on the intake manifold itself. Sometimes it helps to use a piece of hose as a makeshift stethoscope to listen for tell-tale hissing at the site of a leak. If no leaks are found the problem could lie in a faulty idle air control valve
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
not too familiar with caravell however the water pump may be driven by the cambelt as many engines are today which would entail the cambelt being renewed +tensioner as well as waterpump if this is the reason for asking its location ?
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
Turns out the problem was a broken wire at a junction below the carpet below the drivers seat. Took my mechanic 4.5 hours to fix it nightmare had to take seat out handbrake lever etc to get to it!!
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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