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Mk2 golf 1.8t.... few issues

z1mma Jun 8, 2013

  1. z1mma

    z1mma Member

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    Hi please help

    When I accelerate regardless of gear or if warm or cold the car whistles sounds like a police siren at low revs...
    Is this normal or something about to go?

    2nd issue

    When driving at a steady pace and all of a sudden floor the gas pedal the car judders before it picks up speed..


    The guy I bought the car from said the engine had work done to it by the previous owner and has always been like this for the past 4 years

    Any ideas??

    Thanks



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  2. Broken Byzan

    Broken Byzan Photographic Moderator Staff Member Moderator VCDS Map User quattro Audi A4

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    When I accelerate regardless of gear or if warm or cold the car whistles sounds like a police siren at low revs...
    Is this normal or something about to go?

    Sounds like the turbo is on the way out

    2nd issue

    When driving at a steady pace and all of a sudden floor the gas pedal the car judders before it picks up speed..


    The guy I bought the car from said the engine had work done to it by the previous owner and has always been like this for the past 4 years

    Faulty plugs, coil packs or both
     
  3. gen.heinz guderian

    gen.heinz guderian Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    get it scanned with vcds.
     
  4. WOLF

    WOLF I am WOLF.......

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    My bora used to whistle like a siren,the turbo eventually blew 8 years later!
     
  5. z1mma

    z1mma Member

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    Its running qpeng and a atomspheric dv..
     
  6. z1mma

    z1mma Member

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  7. z1mma

    z1mma Member

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    Just to add..

    It does not whine if i rev the engine while standstill only when im driving
     

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