Location: FL. Probably not the glow plugs. They are not on before engine start when it's warm anyways. One way to eliminate them is to unplug the coolant temperature sensor. This tricks the ECU into maximum glow plug duration.
It could be an air or fuel problem. You have to give more details like any error codes or other symptoms.
No problem, I was just making a joke. Have you had a look through the faq at the top of the page? There's various things in there.
Also do you think the engine turns over ok or do you think it turns over to slow and does it start fine when the engine is warm?
check the terminals for corrosion?
When my battery terminals are corroded in my beetle, i'll turn the key and the dash will flash and relays sound like they're clicking all over the place. After cleaning the terminals, the car fires right up. my battery box is broken so the terminals see a lot of moisture and a lot of corrosion. ie white yellow build up on the battery posts.
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