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Old 20-12-17, 10:42 PM   #1
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Unhappy P0087 207 GTI fuel rail pressure too low.

I've had this code come up for the second time now p0087 fuel rail system pressure too low. I've changed all the camshaft and crankshaft sensor and new spark plugs but it's still misfiring sometimes when start it up the engine starts to shake a lot and it goes into limp mode as well. It also goes away when you turn the car off and on anyone could tell me what is could be thanks. 🤞
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Old 20-12-17, 11:08 PM   #2
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High pressure fuel pump?

It's a known THP issue.

Or does it clatter until it warms up?
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Old 22-12-17, 10:49 AM   #3
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When I start it up and the car is cold That's when the engine starts to shake really bad and if you tap the eccelerator it'll misfire. When you turn It of and back on most of time it'll run fine.
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Old 22-12-17, 11:06 AM   #4
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does sound like a fuel/air problem, those of us old enough to remember a manual choke will remember those symptoms.
But cant be more help where the problem is, could be anything from a dodgy sensor to a air leak.
try turning ignition on, then off then back on again to start the car. better/worse/the same?
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Old 22-12-17, 03:41 PM   #5
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When it happens I turn it off the back on the problem goes away but sometimes I'll be driving and it'll go into limp mode then that code comes up p0087 . To me it seems like there's not enough petrol going to the injector
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i would chuck a bottle of redex in first, see if any change.
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Old 22-12-17, 04:17 PM   #7
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I've put shit loads of that in still no change I've swapped all spark plugs and changed cam and crankshaft sensors to.
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P0087 is 99.9% the high pressure fuel pump if it's the THP engine.

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