Type: Posts; User: oscar563
Well, in my experience dealing with a P0411 code on my 98 VR6 (160k miles), it ended up being a gunked kombi valve. Carbon build-up really strangled the air flow in the valve but it was a pain in the...
Looked at it parked in the garage semi-disassembled.....then thought of selling it, then wished it would fix it self......damn emmissions controls BS!!!
Could it be because of lower sales volumes? :beer:
Well, lets define reliable haha.
1.- Excluding all CEL's, accesories and other monitoring systems, fuel milage, etc.?
2.- Considering everything listed in option 1?
Because if we pick option...
got the new $15 used combi valve and was pretty impressed with the quality and condition of it, but then tried to install it and the paper seal broke :mad: and now I have to make one instead of...
Installed the new crack pipe.....schweeet!!
Ordered a used and "tested" (right!) combi valve from ebay for $15 and free shipping....if it doesn't work, I will have to pay for a new one ($$$$OUCH!!!)
have almost the same problem and had been struggling to find one for two months now. I just needed the hoses and they don't make them anymore but went to the autozone by my house showed the guy...
Yesterday got a cheap 6mm allen key wrench and finally removed the SAI pump and in turn got the stuck crak pipe and ordere an aluminum one from ECS Tuning. Had a victory :beer: right after and it was...
http://i1158.photobucket.com/albums/p608/oscarchapa563/Mobile Uploads/2014-06/20140609_210207_zpszvgzqjtq.jpgPast weekend decided to fix the SAI/P0411 problem (not simple but very common) and go...
I'd go with a GTI or a GLI, just because of the sportier suspension tuning versus the "normal" variants of the Golf/Jetta.......
Already have an 06 Touareg V8 for the wife and a 98 Jetta VR6 for me in the garage.....
.....thinking of trading my 09 Mazda6 for a 4motion Passat wagon.
Did you have to notch the chassis to get this low?
So you are to that point of no return huh?:(
Not there yet haha :laugh:
Color code pls :eek::heart:
I wished I was driving it :(
So it's winter now and i put her in the garage for good....but after two weeks parked I woke her up and let her warm up a little to keep the fuel moving and the battery charging. I'm gonna miss her....
Any particular chemicals or sprays to remove the adhesive? I removed my badge but the adhesive is still there no matter how much I rub :mad:
Thanks guys. Do I need to buy any seals for this chain job?