Having problems with your 2002 Volkswagen Golf ?

Vw golf cutting out

\015 Need help, my golf 2002se (2.0 convertible) keep cutting out. I have taken my car to 3 different garages so far.\012The first one just could not work out what the issue was, the second one said it was my throttle body and needed changing. I managed to buy the part and still had the same issues. Car keeps cutting out when driving. (engine management light came on at all times even after throttle body was changed, even when I took it to the first garage)\012\012I eventually got fed up when the second garage said the car was fine, and I broke down with my newborn baby and family. Now I have taken my car to the third garage who checked and cleared my car wiring concretion to engine loom, checked ignition changed my car bat which I know was dying. changed my crank sensor and fuel pump relay. However I am still having the same problem and being changed. Can anyone suggest anything to me as to why the car is cutting out. I took the car back in this morning. (I picked the car up yesterday from garage)\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 14-09-2020

Answers :

No it is impossible to say without testing the vehicle and doing a complete analysis with the correct diagnostic equipment.

These vehicle have numerous electrical faults that sometimes the VW dealer service centres cannot diagnose. What has been happening to you is the mechanics have been guessing what the problem is and just changing things without really identifying the actual cause - as you have now found. These are very unreliable cars so do not be fooled by the "german quality" label that people frequently and wrongly apply to German cars.

If you want and need a reliable car I would recommend you get rid of this Golf and get yourself a Mazda (and have any prospective used car thoroughly inspected before biuying). If you keep the Golf I guarantee it will give you much grief and cost you plenty more repairs.
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