Question about 1987 Volkswagen Jetta
It's either a fuel flow sensor or the fuel pump. It's never a good idea to bypass anything on cars nowadays, as one component that fails or isn't in operation will affect the function of many things. Yes, we miss the good ol' dayz when a guy could just yank off wires and funny lookin' thingys, and the monster would stll roar...(in Ford's case, it'd roar even better!!)...but, hey, welcome to the new century...haha.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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