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Your glow plugs may be bad. "Check Engine" light may also mean faulty glow plug (checked that on 2009 SEAT Ibiza with Ross Tech VAG COM). Faulty glow plugs may be the case, but you can tell that from the way your engine works. If upon start your engine is shaking (not working very stable) or your revs are a bit jumpy, then it may indicate that fuel in some ...
I'll assume you have a standard shift transmission. If this is the case, your problem lies with a bad clutch. You'll need to get it replaced to fix the issue. If this is an automatic transmission, you either have low fluid or your clutches/bands are fried, which would mean a replacement or rebuild.
As it only happens when wet and cold, I suspect that the friction between pad and disc is increased by the rain water enough to cause the grabbing. One thought is that the the water is turned to steam and effectively increases the brake pressures effect on the brakes as the steam is unable to escape from between pad and disc. You should never the less run it ...
P1128 code tells you that the engine is running too weak under steady cruising when the EVAP system is checked by the ECU. You need to have an EVAP test to make sure where the fault lies. The fuel tank cap, EVAP vent, purge valves, O2 sensor, exhaust leak, MAP sensor and MAF sensor can all 'fool' the ECU into this code. Remember that the fault codes are what ...
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