Vw golf 1.6 runs bad

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Re: Vw golf 1.6 runs bad

Postby hbr » Fri Feb 01, 2013 7:50 pm

Capture of lambda togheter with map and inj. Last frame reved the engine.
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Re: Vw golf 1.6 runs bad

Postby hbr » Fri Feb 01, 2013 11:13 pm

Also noticed when disconnecting the lambda sensor it does not set a fault code.
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Re: Vw golf 1.6 runs bad

Postby KimAndersen » Sun Feb 03, 2013 12:00 pm

Hi hbr

Your lambda sensor seems to working fine - so i wouldn't worry about this for now. A thing that may need a more attention are your intake pressure sensor (MAP)

You mentioned that you reved the engine at the last frame - how high did you rev the engine at that point !!!

If the engine reached full throttle you should have a higher reading and when the engine get to down to idle speed - the readings seems lower than expected.

You could try to test the MAP sensor with a vacuum pump and see how the engine react to this. As always you need the right specification for that specifically engine type to verify the reading from this sensor.


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Re: Vw golf 1.6 runs bad

Postby hbr » Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:50 pm

Hello, I believe my reply from yesterday is gone forever, so I will post it again.
The fix for the car was that someone has fitted an ignition distributor from a monopoint 1.6 engine to this car. After checking the numbers on the distributor I found it was the wrong one, so I picked up a good one for the car, after fitting this one the car runs good again. The window in the hall frame was a little bit different and this caused the trouble.
Thanks to everyone who has helped me.
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