Question about 1990 Volkswagen Cabriolet
Depending on which engine your car is equipped with; the following components could be at fault.
Crankshaft Position Sensor
Camshaft Position Sensor
ECM (Engine Control Module)
Distributor Cap or Rotor
Fouled Spark Plugs
Bad Plug Wires
If they haven't been replaced in the last 30K miles, I suggest you check and /or replace the the plugs and wires first.
If your engine is equipped with a distributor, check and/or replace the distributor cap and rotor if it hasn't been replaced in the last 30k miles.
If your engine is equipped with crank or cam sensors have them tested.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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