[Vwdiesel] Cold weather stalling.
gerry.wolfe at sympatico.ca
Sat Jan 4 21:02:48 EST 2003
Temp gauge light flashing (in my '91 Jetta TD) means low coolant or
----- Original Message -----
From: "Val Christian" <val at swamps.roc.ny.us>
To: "Jeff Rakus" <turbobrick at hotmail.com>
Cc: <vwdiesel at vwfans.com>
Sent: Saturday, January 04, 2003 8:23 PM
Subject: Re: [Vwdiesel] Cold weather stalling.
> Do you have a clear line going from your fuel filter to the injector pump?
> Is fuel flowing. It sounds like it could be fuel starvation.
> The temp gauge flashing is something I can't figure out. Perhaps a
> wiring problem. Any chance that you have a wiring problem to the
> injector pump solenoid?
> I still think fuel starvation, based upon what you've written.
> > HI, everyone,
> > I got my Jetta diesel started after four or five tries and it would run
> > a while and
> > stumble even with the timing "T" handle all out. Cleaning up the relay
> > the
> > glow plugs helped butthe engine would still stumble and die. Would you
> > that it could
> > be in need of a fuel filter? The injectors have been cleaned. The light
> > the temp gauge
> > flashes after it starts. This is when the engine is still cold. The
> > has been replaced
> > and so the wiring has to be checked to make sure all the connections
> > been
> > made correctly. The temperatures today have been in the mid 30's.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > Jeff
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