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Old January 3rd, 2018, 13:42   #16
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I was able to get the clamp off with a plier that home depot sold that was able to pinch the clamps. It looks like the hoses are frozen on the port. Can I spray PBblaster/WD40 on those hoses. I don't think that will hurt the hose, or should affect the fuel delivery if I just wipe it down after I get it off.
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Old January 3rd, 2018, 19:25   #17
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So I was able to get the new filter setup in there after much effort. I was patting myself on the back as it starts up. It ran for about 30 seconds, and then it sputtered and cut off. I tried a couple of more times, and it would not startup. When I tried the last 2 times, I kind of hear the clicking of the fuel pump, and then a high pitched sound. Is there some sort of priming to get the air out of the system? Any thoughts?
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Old January 3rd, 2018, 20:33   #18
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Read this from a 2009 Jetta. "
10MM long socket and an extension is necessary.
Try pulling the glow plugs and crank in a few 15 second increments. That will spin the engine faster and much less load on the starter and battery.
If and when you see fuel come from the glow plug holes in a mist then put the GPs back in see what happens."
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Old January 4th, 2018, 09:22   #19
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So I'm running my VCDS to see if the pump can be primed. I went into Engine/Basic Settings", and from a youtube, it looks like I should be able to go to group35 to run the pump test. I see it showing pump on, and it run for a while. I ran this test with the key on, and the engine off. I only ran it for about 30 seconds, and I did this 4 times. It is still not cranking over. On another note, I'm wondering if I should open up a new thread to talk about priming pump. I see a lot of discussions on different approaches for that. I'm hoping that the VCDS will save me from having to do the taking off glowplugs, or using some sort of vacuum to get the air out. I"m still under the assumption that this is an "air" in the line thing.
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Old January 4th, 2018, 15:58   #20
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your 2006 is different than the 2010 and later models.

make sure you put the hoses back where they belong.

(to/from/.....)

and don't be afraid to run the pump test a couple more times.
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Old January 4th, 2018, 17:38   #21
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The way the hose's line up, they seemed to line up to the same ports on the new canister top. Assuming that the different filter canisters are setup with the same port setup, then the cables went in the same way.
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