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My mates audi A4 is sick, it wont start,

it sounds like a fuel problem when it trys to kick over, there is a jammed pump sound when you flick the key just before ignite, his trouble started when the revs would die off at 90mph then it got worse till it was capping at 60 mph,

there is no ecu light or warnings and there is no smell of fuel after trying to start it, I think its a fduel relay or somthing, to account for the empty jammed pump sound, any ideas much appreciated so that we can get down the scrapper and start changing parts

its an 1.8 non turbo on a 2000 V

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My mates audi A4 is sick, it wont start,

it sounds like a fuel problem when it trys to kick over, there is a jammed pump sound when you flick the key just before ignite, his trouble started when the revs would die off at 90mph then it got worse till it was capping at 60 mph,

there is no ecu light or warnings and there is no smell of fuel after trying to start it, I think its a fduel relay or somthing, to account for the empty jammed pump sound, any ideas much appreciated so that we can get down the scrapper and start changing parts

its an 1.8 non turbo on a 2000 V

Something the same happend to me once, it was the cat that had gone, into bits and blocked the exhaust, so no gasses could get out :duh:

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have been on audi fans .net and they say that this quite common the cat prob, and the throttle boddy needing cleaned as they are sensitive on this motor thanks for oy u help Gord will have a look at it tommorrow will keep you posted

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have been on audi fans .net and they say that this quite common the cat prob, and the throttle boddy needing cleaned as they are sensitive on this motor thanks for oy u help Gord will have a look at it tommorrow will keep you posted

No problem :D only to happy to help :winky: keep us up to date with it.

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All the VAG group engines used to suffer from a coil pack issue which VAG tried to hide under the carpet, which back fire as loads of their cars required this coil pack. this is accordding to a mate of mine, he said the part is so much cheaper in germany so you could check that out, but I'm not sure if it throws up the same fault you talk about?! :crybaby:

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