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      Well, to be fair, mine's an ABA, so it's just a...

      Well, to be fair, mine's an ABA, so it's just a matter of opening up the ECU and physically swapping the chip. MK4's have to be directly programmed (so there's turnaround time to ship the ECU), but...
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      C2 Motorsports.

      C2 Motorsports.
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      Yeah you're not going to see much difference with...

      Yeah you're not going to see much difference with a 260 cam, but you shouldn't see much loss either. Are you using software that was designed to work with the cam?
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      That's the correct Bosch part number, but I'm...

      That's the correct Bosch part number, but I'm always leary of buying parts online.

      If it is indeed genuine Bosch, then yes, it's reliable.
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      1999 Jetta's did not have immo, no...but early...

      1999 Jetta's did not have immo, no...but early 1999 was MK3 ABA, late 1999 was MK4 AEG. I'm confused at what you're trying to accomplish exactly though. I think knowing what the goal is would help...
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      Catalog lists different part numbers for...

      Catalog lists different part numbers for crankshaft sensors AVH vs AZG.

      06A 906 433G is the correct sensor for AZG. Genuine VW parts are always recommended, or genuine Bosch part #0 261 210 199....
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      I just did a search. NOW I remember this kid. ...

      I just did a search. NOW I remember this kid.

      COME ON MAN is right.
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      This is common on all the VW 4-cyl engines. ABA,...

      This is common on all the VW 4-cyl engines. ABA, AEG/BEv, all the 1.8T variants, etc. The plastic just crumbles. Coolant on top of the transmission is an indicator of this leak.
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      There's a leak somewhere, you're just not finding...

      There's a leak somewhere, you're just not finding it. Get under there with a flashlight and look for a crusty pink trail, as mentioned above.
    10. Thread: vacuum leak?

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      Just plug it.

      Just plug it.
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      ^^ What he said. You can search the forums and...

      ^^ What he said.

      You can search the forums and find all the info you want about performance parts for the ABA. Bottom line is this: an N/A ABA will always be turd slow. You can add all the...
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      I disagree. I got my kit on ebay for like $600...

      I disagree. I got my kit on ebay for like $600 two years ago. Drove it almost daily for a year, put about 10k miles on it. Never had any issues.
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      Ok. An den?

      Ok. An den?
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      Yeah dogdog is right. The diagnostic method is...

      Yeah dogdog is right. The diagnostic method is to verify that everything is working properly on the car side. If it is, and the spark tester shows no spark output from the coil, replace the coil.
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      ^^ This. Either way you need a new compressor.

      ^^ This.

      Either way you need a new compressor.
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      The proper way to do it is to use a manifold...

      The proper way to do it is to use a manifold gauge set. The cans have two flaws. First, the gauges aren't worth the plastic they're made out of. Often they just show colors and not numbers, which...
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      "refrigerant at 45"? What does that mean? If...

      "refrigerant at 45"? What does that mean?

      If you mean 45psi static, that's not good. Charge the system. Do it properly, not with one of those AutoZone AC-in-a-can things.
    18. P0341 is almost always caused by incorrect...

      P0341 is almost always caused by incorrect timing.

      Also, if you're using a cheap parts store coil, get it out of there and either put the original back or get an OE one.
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      Post up the full auto-scan from VCDS.

      Post up the full auto-scan from VCDS.
    20. Probably a good idea to replace the rod bearings...

      Probably a good idea to replace the rod bearings while you're there, and now's the perfect time to replace the timing belt components too. Hone the cylinders, and put it all back together with new...
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