Jetta ABA 2.0 Idle Issues - 1 - GIAC Chip Startup.MOV
Had previously installed BFI Stage 2 Chip, car ran great for a few days,
then idle problems started
98 jetta 2.0 aba, CAI, header, Exhaust, head milled .040, 270 cam installed @
-4deg, bfi chip, SAI deleted via VAG, 3.5bar FPR, light flywheel, act
This 2000 Jetta 2.0 GL 1984CC 4L had a horrible rough idle, and broke down.
Found that the coil pack was fried, timing was off, and there was a valve
that had a hole burned through it! Had that all replaced, plus the clutch
replaced, mass airflow sensor, water pump, and minor unrelated other
maintenance. Still showing random misfire, and no activity from front O2
sensor. After I replace the O2 sensor all should be OK? It runs FINE when
it starts cold and the secondary air pump is on for about a minute, I'm
thinking that it bypasses the o2 sensor on cold start?
Hawaiian Punch Presents: EDM vs JDM
2nd part to Sunday's photo shoot featuring my friend Josh's Golf Mk3 and
Vince's Honda Fit. 1st part can be viewed on Vimeo:
Gonna re-upload this video once I get this up on Vimeo sometime next week.
Camera Used: Canon Powershot
1997 jetta 2.0 rough idle, whooping noise.
I can't figure out what my issue is here's a list of parts i've already
replaced. I also lose power while turning, i was thinking maybe my fuel
pump is getting fuel? Idk if anyone has a clue please let me know. It
stalled on me while low on gas and had to wait and put a gallon of fuel in
it to get it running again.
-Cap & Rotor
2002 VW 2.0L AVH Spark plug & Air Filter Removal
- using a spark plug connector puller, remove spark plug connectors and set
- remove #2 & #3 injector harness plug for added room
- loosen spark plugs and blow air around the spark plug to remove any loose
- remove spark plugs for inspection
- air filter removal is straight forward... remove SAI tube if applicable
- disconnect MAF sensor harness plug
- move intake tube clamp and remove air filter cover
eBay link for removal tool:
Google Search results:
Crankshaft position sensor vw jetta 2.0
This is the location for a vw jetta's crankshaft position sensor. Behind
the oil filter and to the right. The cable runs under the filter. *** The
Update on this project is that I got switch out the sensor for a new one
that I bought on Ebay for about 15 dollars. I didn't do it by myself
though. I didn't feel comfortable going under there with just my jack by
myself (plus my son was playing around the car. We used a 10mm socket to
get it out with a neck extender. One month later and it still runs nice.
2001 Volkswagen Jetta 1.8t AWW rough idle
So this is a video of my car on a cold start. The RPMS just start to drop
and the engine starts to die out. I revved a few times in the video to keep
it from dying. In this video I installed a new MAF sensor and it didn't
help my issue. What could it be?