Question about 2000 Audi A4
It will start when engine temp is cold and come up to operating temp. On occasion it will start when at regular operationg temp. but most of the time it will not start after stopping and trying to restart after about 10 or 15 minutes or more. Once it stalled while going down the road and I waited for about 30 minutes thinking it would cool down a little but it would not start. I had someone squirt starting fluid in while I cranked and it started. So I can squirt starting fluid into intake and it will start. Sometimes it will die on me when going down the road at appx, 20 mph. and other times it will stall at an idle and not restart. I don't think it makes any difference if the a/c is on or not but it just feels as if the fuel is shut off to it or something blocking air intake.
Check the Fuel Filter and pump. It sounds like you have an over heat problem in the fuel pump unit or air in the fuel line that is causing vapor lock. This can happen when you let the gas level get below 1/4 tank depending on the temperatures in your area.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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