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Vw golf mk4 gti 1.8t agu hydraulic lifter noise

Makes very bad noise and misfires then idled normaly and now doesnt start

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Sounds like a bad valve lifter or a valve out of adjustment. It's probably a bad hydraulic valve lifter. In idle, when the oil pressure is lowest, it is not filling with oil. When the motor revs up, oil pressure rises and fills the faulty lifter.
If you do have mechanical lifters, the valve is probably out of adjustment. If you do car work, pull the valve cover and see if it's adjustable. Of course, you'll need the specs from VW/Audi.
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I would say probably not a weak oil pump...

Visit http://www.ratwell.com/technical/HydraulicLifters.html for a good explanation on how hydraulic lifters work.

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