1983 Volkswagen Rabbit GTi
Anyway I need some help with this idle problem, The idle was fine before I started changing the Master cylinder. basically I took the CIS off the car and moved the lines over so I could get to the master cylinder better, well I sprayed the cis out with carb cleaner, and cleaned it up a bit put a new fuel filter on, and put new washers on the banjo fittings so I would have no leaks and then put it all back together, now I have brakes, but no idle. it revs fine, it drives nice and smooth, but if I let it idle, it dies right away.
Thanks in advance
I noticed on the throttle body where the idle screw goes, it sucked my finger into it, so I put it over it and it didn't help any.
I took the all the cis lines off, and then used the same copper washers, its not leaking any fuel there, do you still think I should get new copper washers??
I drove it around tonight, ran good, felt like it had a loss of power, but every light it would shut off so I had to keep my foot on the pedal a little.
Have you checked/replaced the o-rings on the injectors? Have you checked the timing? Is there an idle screw in the TB? The o-rings go bad on that screw also.
Timing = haven't checked it yet
going to take the throttle body off and check the screw and replace it.
going to order them three things and go from there