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Rather than reprogram the ECU to ignore the sensor (which could then cause problems in the event there was a problem with your engine oil), why not simply replace the sensor. I'm sure it will be an inexpensive part when compared to the potential damage running with an unreported oil fault could cause. Also, as you say you've checked and replaced the sensor ...


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It's a common problem on the Mk1 that the clutch cable pulls through the bulkhead and the repair plate is usually all that is required, however you may find that this no longer gives you enough travel on the cable. Undo the two interlocking nuts on the gearbox end of the cable and remove them completely. Thread the table through the fork split in the ...


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I Think this is normal behaviour of a car which has upwards of 150/170hp. When you are in your 3rd or 4th gear your speed should be more than 40kmph below that the car might stall. The ECU is detecting the imminent stall and compensating by increasing the rpm and the speed of the vehicle , you do not need to press the accelerator for this to happen. ...


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if you have golf mk4 it's located under passages back door even with center of window about 12" in. I have a 3 line fuel filter 2 from tank 1 to engine.make sure you order correct one. the push clips are the trip :)ᙚᵐⁱᒻᵉ ¨̮


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It is the sound of the fuel pump priming and pressurizing the fuel lines, which is absolutely normal. VW likes to use the opening of the driver door to trigger fuel rail pressurization. In fact, one could use the absence of the sound of the fuel pump as a tell-tale sign that the fuel pump relay is not functioning properly. As @Paulster2 points out, either ...



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