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After putting the p.t.f back on the car the filter sootd up and lose power and began chugging i rely full on my car as i am 73 years old and diabled how can i stop this soot production is the e.g. r

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Have you had the fuel pressure regulator checked? Also you might want to have the fuel pump relay checked.

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SOURCE: How many gallons per hour does this car lose?

hey
at the begging u should clarify how many gallon u used.
112 miles at 28 miles per gallon --> 4 gallons burned (112/28)
So that means we leaked 11 - 4 = 7 gallons

Now figure out how long the car was driving.
112 miles at 64 miles per hour --> 1.75 hours

So, leak was at a rate of 7 gallons in 1.75 hours
7/1.75 = 4 gallons per hour leaked.

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its called a cabin air filter they run about 20.00

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SOURCE: exhaust emission light Golf 1.6 S 2001

when the engine light flashes its telling you the car is miss firing and from your description it was...even though you had coil packs replaced that is by far the most likley cause .if they were genuine parts you will have unlimited milage 2 year warranty.get the fault code read to find out what cylider the misfire was on and change that coil pack..

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Major tune up and change the crank sensor and the camshaft sensor. Also look at the wire harnes for both they have a problem shorting out. Mostly the harness to the crank sensor at or above the oil filter. This wire shorts because of heat and needs to be rerouted and insulated. Also, make sure you have all your gaskets inside of the intake maniflods and throttle body is secure with no air leakes. Change all your senors on this car that seems to be the trouble with this car is the sensors........runjoe

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