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Old 01-18-2001, 02:42 AM
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Well I am still having problems with my car. First I thought it was the coil, then I thought it was just cause it was flooded. But after I let things dry out the car still wont start. The car is getting plenty of fuel, I am pretty sure the ignition system is in question here. Now the thing is what else could it possibly be, I tested the resistance of the Crankshaft position pickup which were within spec. Now the thing is what else could possibly be causing this? Here is what happend, well last wednesday I drove the car all day and then all of a sudden the car started stalling out when I would push the gas more than 1/2 down, then the problem went away and I didnt think anything of it, well the next morning I started the car and it warmed up at about 1400rpm for about 2 minutes, then when I put in reverse it moved about 2 feet then just died when I gave it some gas and has never started since. In all my attempts to start the sucker I managed to flood the car (to the point where there was a puddle underneath the throttle plate). I am lost here and really dont know what to do, thanks for your help.

2003 Volkswagen Golf GL 24,000 miles. 1.9L I-4 TDI 5spd.

1986 300E. 115,000+ miles. 3.0L I-6 1st daily ride, around town only. (Gone)
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Old 01-18-2001, 04:49 AM
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Are you getting a spark on the plugs?

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Old 01-18-2001, 08:55 AM
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No Start

You know you are getting gas and you know you have spark. There are several thngs that can stop you dead with the kind of injection sytem that you have (CIS). If anything gets into the area where to flowmeter flapper is located, your engine will fail to start. The the throtle postion pot. is extremely sensitive and if out of adjustmet will cause some of the problems that you list. However, it could be the fuel pump, filter regulator etc. You may get lucky or you may have to get a manual and go on a "witch hunt"
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Old 01-18-2001, 12:33 PM
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How about air, any blockage on your intake manifold?

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