Question about Volkswagen Golf
I would start by hooking a fuel pressure guage to the system and leaving it hooked until the problem presents itself. See if the problem presents itself in a drop in fuel pressure indicating a bum fuel pump. If not, we need to look at the venting of the tank and fuel vapor lock which will cause the system to pull air instead of liquid. Try this test first and let me know.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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