Question about 1995 Volkswagen Golf
Do not want to sit on the road side
Posted by Anonymous on
I am going through the exact same problem with my 1997 golf 2.0 I-4. I am making the assumption that this noise is loudest at about 1200-1500 rpm, or atleast most noticeable. It could be attributed to a faulty catalytic converter which is a necesarry fix (in order to smog), and being that your O2 sensor is hooked into that whole system, you could be potentially giving away a few mpg. This a relatively easy issue to deal with, and noise should go away when the converter is replaced.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
Ok if you replace the water pump has to disassemble the front of the engine time to remove the belt to replace the pump tube If you have to remove the intake manifold to ban the base where the nozzles and have a good space for I hope to change the tube will serve this thanks
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
The pump may leaking from a weep hole at the bottom of the pump. If the shaft seal goes bad, the hole allows the anti-freeze to leak out.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
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