Question about 2000 Volkswagen Cabrio
Have you replace the fuel filter???
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
Possible easy solution on humd wet days - - (on a 2000 cabrio) look to the right of the oil cap and see two small hoses (one leading into a thick quarter shape plastic part then into the larger hose and the other straight into the larger hose) - - - the larger hose sits on a male point near the fire wall and turns 90 degrees as it ascends and the other end of the larger hose goes into the engine near the oil cap (this point normally isnt the problem) it is the other end that unseats and cracks along the plastic parts of the hose along with the small hoses (which also crack) and causes the sputters / jerks / stalls. Carefully inspect these parts/hoses for hair line cracks, rotting etc... and most likely your whoas will end
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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