UP - still looking
Type: Posts; User: QuantumSyncro
UP - still looking
Sorry to hear about this. Your injector line was either tightened too tight, under too much tension, or lacked the clips to keep them from vibrating too much.
I've only ever lost one line and it...
I have looked at the B4 intercooler setup and it looks very similar to the one you have. The pipes route around the back side of the battery to the front, down through the hole ahead of the battery...
I was up in the garage attic and found a nice solid cargo cover for Fox wagon I forgot I had. Has a discoloration in one spot but it's really in decent shape. The small string / loops that secure it...
Not sure what part you're asking about, can you post a picture? Is it the universal joint from the column to the steering rack?
Wagon 4motion tdi six speed MT.
Personally I would pick the Quantum since it's a 4 door and the cargo capacity is bigger and it'll get better mpg and has a 5 speed. With as much work as has been done to it sounds like it's a good...
Would help if your sig or profile had your car year in it, there are differences between years of B3 & B4 and differences in the ABS system used on these car.
I'm not sure what brand they are but make sure that all the clips are in place holding the lens to the body. Also not a bad idea to coat the seal with silicone when you install the lens. If the seal...
There are some CE2 clusters with two plugs.....
Bump and fyi for others.
The 4x100s are part # 811601025, the 4x108s are part # 853601025 so clearly (if all wheels carry the same part number shown) these are for 4x100.
It is nice to see something back on the road again. I've had a couple projects that took a long time to wade through, mostly because I tend to be slow and research everything before I get in there. ...
Those seats are just delicious. I've done upholstery work before and it's really time consuming and can be frustrating. Your work looks first rate :thumbup::thumbup:
I've actually had good luck with the cork and cork/rubber composite gaskets. I will admit though that the one piece rubber covered gasket is remarkably easier to work with...
All I know is that if I need floor pan work done I want Mr RodeoCC to do it...lol. That's some mighty fine work there you did.
Sorry, I keep forgetting to snap a pic of mine. I'll try and do it tomorrow, it's been crap cold here lately and I had to split a bum AT off the engine.
So up north you could get a GLS in 93 with a VR engine in it?
Nice, no sunroof to deal with on your car.
My memory on this isn't good but isn't there an issue of smoking with these nozzles without a chip tune? I may not be remembering it correctly but seems to me this is an issue that came up on...