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Your 1999 Volkswagen Golf might be the best vehicle you’ve ever owned. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Pressure Regulator product you desperately need.
We currently carry 3 Pressure Regulator products to choose from for your 1999 Volkswagen Golf, and our inventory prices range from as little as $60.99 up to $80.99.
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By Jimmy's Durante
From Chesapeake, VA
My daughter's 1998 VW Beetle was not running well after she purchased it. It would stall and wouldn't rev up at times and acted like it was running out of gas but the fuel pump seemed strong. I replaced the plugs, MAF sensor, coil, vacuum lines, fuses, o2 sensor and these cleared all the OBD codes but it still ran terribly. It would have moments of brilliance but just when I would send her out with it "fixed" she would be stranded. I finally hooked up an inline fuel pressure gauge and it was reading 39 with the vacuum line hooked up and 50 with it unhooked and plugged. It should have been about 60 with it hooked up and then it should hold 1/2 pressure after 10 minutes. It dropped to 0 immediately after shutting off the ignition. To test this further, I clamped off the return line (the lower of the 2 lines coming out of the pressure regulator) and the pressure immediately went up to 80 and then dropped when I opened the clamp. I replaced the FPR and it works perfectly. hope this helps someone. It was a month long ordeal but fixed now.
Bottom Line recommended
By Benz, Bugs, & Bimmers
From JAX Florida
This drops in and is an exact replacement for the factory installed uint. It immediately solved the fuel delivery problem. I've always had good luck with BWD components. Replacement took about 5 minutes just pinch off the fuel line and be careful not to lose or break the retaining spring clip.
Bottom Line recommended
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