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Versione corrente di: oldturkey03 ,

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@blusher you've got a lot going on here. What you refer to as an electric carb is a fuel injection system. It does sound like your Golf get's to much fuel and/or not enough air. What you want to do is to first check and change all your spark plugs. After that remove the airfilter and see if that is clogged. Check all the vacuum lines on your engine and replace those that are brittle and broken. You could have issues with stuck or failed fuel injectors as well as multiple other things. For now start with the easy stuff first then go to complicated stuff.
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@blusher you've got a lot going on here. What you refer to as an electric carb is a fuel injection system. It does sound like your Golf get's to much fuel and/or not enough air. What you want to do is to first check and change all your spark plugs. After that remove the airfilter and see if that is clogged. Check all the vacuum lines on your engine and replace those that are brittle and broken. You could have issues with stuck or failed fuel injectors as well as multiple other things. For now start with the easy stuff first then go to complicated stuff.
There


There
was a service bulletin which describes the same issues that you are describing. check this as well.[image|1193483well.

[image|1193483
]

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Modifica di: oldturkey03 ,

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@blusher you've got a lot going on here. It does sound like your Golf get's to much fuel and/or not enough air. What you want to do is to first check and change all your spark plugs. After that remove the airfilter and see if that is clogged. Check all the vacuum lines on your engine and replace those that are brittle and broken. You could have issues with stuck or failed fuel injectors as well as multiple other things. For now start with the easy stuff first then go to complicated stuff.
There was a service bulletin which describes the same issues that you are describing. check this as well.[image|1193483]

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Post originale di: oldturkey03 ,

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@blusher you've got a lot going on here. It does sound like your Golf get's to much fuel and/or not enough air. What you want to do is to first check and change all your spark plugs. After that remove the airfilter and see if that is clogged. Check all the vacuum lines on your engine and replace those that are brittle and broken. You could have issues with stuck or failed fuel injectors as well as multiple other things. For now start with the easy stuff first then go to complicated stuff.

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