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Check your electrical system, it sounds like its NOT getting enough electrical power to supply the extra fuel with enough spark,,
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FLUTTERING SOUND ACCELERATING OVER 50MPH


That is a common problem when the BAFFLES in the muffler let go. They start "baffling" around inside the muffler. ck that first.

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Without knowing what the noise sounds like, your best bet would be loose items actually in the glove box, or something in the heating system, like a weak valve fluttering. Does it make a difference if you have the heater or a/c on or off? Does it matter if the fan is on or off? Do you hear it sitting still or moving? These are all questions that need to be answered in order to track it down. It is usually fairly simple to remove the glove box itself and locate where the sound is coming from.

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I hear a flutter sound when my air conditioner is running. Sounds like leafs fluttering, but looked under hood and couldn't see any. What could this be. Been like this over a week now, friend said it was...


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Shutter Fluttering


Open the hood and look down at the front of the cylinder head, right above the the exhaust manifold. I would suggest changing the spark plugs, the plug wires, the coil wire, the distributor cap and the rotor button.tarting with the wires. Sound like the electricity is arcing to the surounding metal surfaces.

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I WENT TO THE VW DEALER...HAPPENED TO PASS BY. THE PROBLEM WAS SOLVED WHICH WAS FLUTTERING SOUND FROM THE AIR CONDITIONING FAN.

IT WAS COMING, I WAS TOLD, FROM THE MECHANISM THAT ADJUST THE TEMPERATURE, AND NOT THE FAN

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