Question about 1990 Audi 100
A good starting point would be to locate the fuel pressure regulator. after you try to start it pull the rubber hose leading to the regulator if ANYTHING drips out of the hose, you need a new regulator, cheap and easy. Just a starting point
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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