2000 Volkswagen Eurovan Persistent Engine Problem Engine … — Volkswagen Eurovan

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Volkswagen Eurovan


Volkswagen Eurovan

Engine problem

2000 Volkswagen 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic miles

We recently had the head replaced on our Eurovan. After the engine began missing and poor performance. The mechanic that the injectors were bad and all six. We then went on the for a vacation trip from but the van performed poorly, missing, and on hills. The engine check was on all the time, and it flashed on and off if you went or put strain on the engine.

Dec 7, 2008.

You def need someone to a look at the van with some thinking. Like out of the Just new parts on it box. It would be to know what codes the van is If they are generic OBD2 a major parts store can them for you.

To start here is an important item you did not mention had been done. And one assume it’s good verification. To be sure that the belt was re-installed properly completion of the head gasket Have someone you trust that the camshaft timing is This means that the #1 piston is at TDC (Top Dead the mark on the camshaft sprocket be lined up with the mark on the cover.

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To find TDC, the crankshaft is by hand (via a breaker bar on the crankshaft bolt) until the on the crankshaft pulley (aka balancer) lines up with the on the lower timing belt This tells you that the #1 is at the top of it’s stroke. If your is now at TDC, the mark (line) on the sprocket will be in alignment the mark on the camshaft cover. You have to remove the upper belt cover to expose the sprocket. If the mark on the camshaft is 180 degrees off the mark on the camshaft then your not on TDC but rather the #1 is at the top of it’s stroke on the exhaust To get from there, to TDC, rotate the crankshaft 360degrees the camshaft rotates at1/2 the of the crankshaft)

Now when the mark crankshaft is perfectly lined up with the on the lower timing belt the mark on the camshaft sprocket be lined up with the mark on the cover.

An additional verification that TDC has achieved is to check the flywheel Remove the timing hole (on the top of transmission bell housing on side of crankshaft to where you just working with the bar) and check the position of the through this hole. If #1 is at TDC (ie on the power stroke”) you will see the on the flywheel line up with a on the bellhousing.

Another item to check is coolant temperature sensor You have likely had your “black top” CTS replaced the newer improved version top”. Typically, when the CTS bad you get a code for it (check engine however….I have seen a VR6 in a 2002 Jetta that had a CTS go bad in the unusual way as it caused a miss/sputter. continued until a hard condition developed…then finally a no condition. All with no codes either which made no fun at all to diagnose. Anyway, a VAG computer or VAG COM can get a of what temperature the CTS is providing the if it’s outside the normal

Hope this helps…I to see a good VW down!


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