Question about Volkswagen Beetle
Yes: I would definitely get someone to look over your injectors, the fuel distributor, and make sure as the day is long you are getting the correct pressure in the lines. Also, have a pressure test done to make sure the head gasket is okay. (All this is assuming you have no water in the fuel, the water seperator is empty, and the filter is clean)
Posted on May 23, 2011
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