to save on gas only three pistons are needed to start the engine properly I would say you have faulty sparkplug wires and when the engine warms up the fourth will kick in or you have a faulty plug...good luck
This is a common early warning sign of cylinder head gasket failure, especially where the gasket is failing between a waterway and a cylinder bore. Coolant can find its way into the cylinder bore due to the fact the cooling system is pressurised, and this will inhibit formation of a spark until the engine has warmed up sufficiently to drive any moisture from the cylinder.
should have added that it was a magnet that was run over the engine. AA reckoned it was something to do with start/stop valve - any ideas how much this would to fix
Yes you can my friend had them on his golf mark 4
The mark 2 golf crank sensor is usually on the flywheel.
car needs a new starter motor. fault in the mark 5 1.9tdi models
According to Mark Twain, golf is 'a good walk spoiled'.
its not how you mark your ball, its how you mark your titleist.
the golf gti is volkswagens performance/hot hatch car while the golf tdi is a turbodiesel and is generally slower unless highly modified
firing order on chico 1.3 golf
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it is on maddys head
he uses a coin
There is no control valve temp is set by a blend door.
I don't know, but my 1996 golf just reset to zero tonight as I passed the 300,000km mark.
It was a option.
Try using a permanent marker.