because it is a vw
check the crank shaft actuator?
The idle speed sensor tells the onboard computer how fast your engine is idling. The location of the idle speed sensor on the VW Jetta is on the actual throttle body.
heat shield might have came lose if it rattles alot
I have a 2000 VW Beetle 2.0 and it was the engine speed or crank sensor. The symptom was, I would be driving or idling and the engine would quit. I used my OBD scan tool and it showed the code and the sensor was replaced. The part cost was $125.
yes it can
No. Different pattern
No, bolt patterns are different.
looks to me like a MAF sensor, either its loose or may have accumulated some dirt on its connectors so needs a clean up. alternativly have a look at the IAC valve
usually, the 3rd number of the vin correspond to the year of the vw. In this case, it would be 1977.
Use a code scanner to find out what's wrong with your VW.
it doesnt have one vw thought that the trany fluid would never need to be changed
VW = Volkswagen
to the left of the engin there is a little black box, it has a rough image of a steering wheel and a drop, its a green cap
One can purchase a VW Golf MK3 at a car dealership. The best location to purchase a VW Golf MK3 would be a Volkswagen retailer. One can also purchase a VW Golf MK3 at a used car dealership.
The most reputable dealer in Atlanta would be the Jim Ellis VW dealership. Another dealership is online at atlantavolkswagen. Finally there is a Nalley VW branch.
You can shop for a VW Caravelle at a VW dealership closest to you. Another place to look if you don't mind used is to call or a make a trip to your local used car lots.
Could be your lifters hitting the inside of your valve covers, it may only do this when it is cold and when it warms it will stop. You could try loosening the bolts on your vavle cover
You might be thinking of Art of Noise 'Close To The Edit', from 1984. The rhythm track was actually a sample of a VW Golf van starting. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sFK0-lcjGU
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It was "slug bug" and it was a VW bug. At one time there was a game where people while driving would look for VW bugs and when seeing one would shout "slug bug". That would give them a point. The most points would win.
This is my question. I just got the timing belt replaced two months ago. I noticed not long after this happened the car starting shaking a little when I was stopped in traffic. Now it's happening more often. It's acting like it might stall. Also, the acceleration seems to be a little sluggish.