Question about Volkswagen Rabbit
Try changing the fuel filter - it may be plugged. You mentioned the injector pump was changed...are you referring to the fuel pump? Also, make sure the fuel lines on the fuel pump are correctly installed - also, make sure that the fuel filter (if an inline) is installed in the correct direction (arrow pointing forward if inline); if it's a screw on filter (like that of an oil filter), than try replacing it.
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Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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