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Old 27th July 2008, 13:25   #1
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I have a 2003 Skoda Octy Petrol; recently service and changed all the filters including air-filter. The problem started after that. There is an irritating engine noise shivering problem at while idling. Along with that engine is switching off while car is in running condition and I am coming to a lower speed and gear is in neutral position. My battery is old about 3 years is it happening due to battery problem? Please help with your suggestions.

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Check your injectors and throttle body first, if filter is new and there are no leaks.
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IMO, there is some problem related to engine getting fuel.
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Could be a malfunctioning spark plug too. Have that checked alongwith the injectors, throttle body, fuel pump, fuel filter & air filter (for clogging).
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Injectors or the Throttle body - get those checked asap.
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Hi,
Is this 1.8T or 2.0L engine??????How the RPM behave at idling????

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That's 2.0L BBS. RPM is shoots up a little between 1000 and 1200 but comes down under 1000 after a second or so. I have seen this behaviour earlier also before this problem surfaced.

Thanks GTO; fuel and airfilter has been changed a week back so I don't think they are the culprit. I will check the injectors and throttle body.

BTW it doesn't happen after I drive it for 30 mints or so at a little high speed (>80 KMPH).

Any clue?

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Could be a malfunctioning spark plug too. Have that checked alongwith the injectors, throttle body, fuel pump, fuel filter & air filter (for clogging).

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