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It starts in the morning , during the day even when the motor is hot I drive it around , and when i switch it off for an hour or more it refuses to start. I swing a few times then the battery dies off.I leave it overnight the next morning it starts.Sometimes fuel comes through the exhaust, over floods,fuel is sparying out fine, carried out diagnostic with VW they erased all faults,carried out the normal checks , advised that all sensors are fine , told me that the brake light switch has to be replaced or throttle body to be replaced i cleaned out the throttle , changed the fuel filter still having the same problem.

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I'm not real familiar with VW but have had similiar issue in the past with a Chevy; have you had the serpentine belt inspected? It may need to be replaced.

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