VW Golf manuals

Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Testing quantity of fuel delivered

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Check fuel delivery rate as described in “Guided Fault Finding” function, vehicle diagnostic tester in “Guided Fault Finding” mode.
Conditions for checking fuel delivery rate (in short):
Coolant temperature below 30 °C
Ambient temperature below 25 °C
Fuel tank sufficiently filled (needle on fuel gauge in dash panel insert is not in red zone)
Battery -A- (vehicle battery) fully charged
Fuel line (from fuel tank to auxiliary heater) installed according to specifications and filled completely with fuel
Auxiliary heater installed completely and connected to vehicle electrical system
All auxiliary heater fuses OK (according to current flow diagram) → Current flow diagrams, Electrical fault finding and Fitting locations
Auxiliary heater is switched off
Event memory of all self-diagnosis compatible systems read out; cause of any faults displayed in vehicle systems eliminated; displayed event memory entries erased, vehicle diagnostic tester in "Guided Fault Finding".
  Note
A higher ambient or coolant temperature can lead to incorrect measurements of the fuel quantity delivered due to fuel evaporation.
Complete description of conditions for checking fuel delivery rate vehicle diagnostic tester in “Guided Fault Finding” mode.
If the quantity of fuel delivered is in the lower tolerance range and there are starting difficulties with the auxiliary heater, check the fuel lines to the auxiliary heater → Chapter. If no fault is found, renew the metering pump -V54- → Chapter.
–  Check fuel delivery rate of metering pump -V54-vehicle diagnostic tester in “Guided Fault Finding” mode.
   
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  Note Pay attention to correct part number of metering pump -V54- (different versions) → Electronic Parts Catalogue. R ...

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