Question about 2000 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
I have checked the fuel pump and the fuel gets all the way to the pressure regulator; I am thinking it may be the fuel pressure regulator or fuel relay how can I check it?
Not the fuel relay. the pump may not have enough psi to pump properly. and you ould have a blocked fuel filter/ ethanpl das has been none to clog lines,fuel pumps, and emissions.and injectors. <p>
Change out your fuel filter first. Add a can of SEAFOAM to you fuel(parts stores). after changing filter. let SF sit in tank for 10-20 minutes in fuel. It will help dry the water that ethanol produces..,<p>
If it turns over faster, and wants to start, that is a sign of EGS(ethanol gas syndrome)/ let it sit another 20 minutes and try to start. If it won't fire through the injectors, replace the regulator(which is also damaged), and that should fix it. Also have a psi done on your fuel pump. good luck
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