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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2004 Golf 4 tdi
it is one of the drive belts if you give it a quik rev the noise goes away if this is the case have a feel wich belt is the most loose and tighten.
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Posted on Jul 01, 2008
SOURCE: golf gt tdi starting problem
believe it or not but i have seen a intermittant brake light switch cause that.
if you have a scanner monitor IAT ECT FUEL temp,when cold not running they should be with in 5 degrees from one another
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
White smoke from the exhaust is typically oil burning, caused by, worn valve seal(s) - worn or broken piston ring(s) or a broken head gasket, thus allowing excessive oil in to the combustion chamber, but then most auto shops already know this and would require major engine dis-assembly to truly diagnose this issue.
Hard starting could be oil fouled spark plugs, a result of the same issue.
As a side note: I would take a friend who is somewhat mechanically inclined with you to "your workshop" to engage the person(s) to get an in-depth explanation as to how they checked your piston.
Do not purchase a fuel pump or that repair on an assumption, be sure
One of the tell tale signs of a fuel related issue is black smoke...
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
When there's something wrong with the brake pressure that handbrake warning light comes on.
The ESP warning light could be caused by a lot of things, but most likely it's a dirty fuel filter. Don't take my word for it though, just go to the VW dealer and have it read the faultcodes from the ECU, which should point you/them in the right direction.
Alternatively, when you have the right equipment (= VAGCOM + cable) and knowledge, you or a friend yould diagnose the ECU yourself.
From the sounds of it, you'll need a small service (air filter and oil filter change, etc.) anyways. Don't forget to reset the ECU (or dis- and reconnect the battery) afterwards to erase the faultcode from memory (when there's still something wrong, it'll return soon enough).
You might get lucky with a small service :)
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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