Question about 1992 Audi 80
Most likely one of 2 things, fuel pump failure or intemitent fault on fuel relay and/or fuse. they can melt rarely though!
Another option is the air mass sensor or MAF sensor that regulates the air to fuel mix, if this is a early 1992 model before september of that year then most likely the engine will run quite rich on fuel, modern fuels are slightly different and less harmful again can cause an issue.
Air or fuel is the ahort of it. also check that there is no holes in the air pipes and that all have a good seal with no leaks taking in too much air.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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