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96 VW Golf won't start in hot wheter!

My 96 VW Golf won't start in hot wheter.In the morning and late evning it start just fine.I can't find the problem.I check the fuses,I replaced the starter but...still I can't start it when is hot outside???
Is there anyone who can help me with this problem???

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  • marteazy May 13, 2009

    i have had this same problem, and it has progressed so it will not start ever, i replaced the ignition switch and the problem seemed to be better but still remained. when i try to start all i get is an electrical wine sounding like the fuel pump and a click from under the dash....

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I have the exact sme problem. won't crank when it hot out but fine at night or on cool days. i thought it was the clutch switch but found out it's the ignition switch. all i do is turn the key and lift up on it a little and the car starts fine everytime. i'll keep doing it until i get a new switch installed.

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Hi check the basics is the air cleaner ok is there any restrictions in the intake if every thing appears ok test the engine control temperture are definatley your best bet yates210456

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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