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      The dual filament sockets are available at most...

      The dual filament sockets are available at most any FLAPS, as they were used on quite a few american cars, as well. If you're working with the single filament sockets (reverse lights), then you're...
    2. It's not M6. Those are the only two bolts I've...

      It's not M6. Those are the only two bolts I've found on a mk1/mk2 I can think of that are M7. Not a clue why they're different than everything else.
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      http://i.imgur.com/FuAgGuS.png

      http://i.imgur.com/FuAgGuS.png
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      Keep a watch on that pulley. I had terrible luck...

      Keep a watch on that pulley. I had terrible luck with the one I had....
    5. https://chzbobshouseofvideogames.files.wordpress.c...

      https://chzbobshouseofvideogames.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/129173225302963477.jpg
    6. That's probably not far from what mine looks...

      That's probably not far from what mine looks like. :laugh:
    7. Know that feeling. :laugh:

      Know that feeling. :laugh:
    8. Probably a silly question, but you did order the...

      Probably a silly question, but you did order the correct cable, right?
    9. The flapper valve on the forward end of the type...

      The flapper valve on the forward end of the type 1 heater box (front of the vehicle, not engine) isn't an on/off valve, but more of a directional valve. The heated air is either directed into the...
    10. Nope. The one I had was broken, so it got tossed.

      Nope. The one I had was broken, so it got tossed.
    11. I know on a type 1 motor, the engine is cooled...

      I know on a type 1 motor, the engine is cooled better if you just let the heater ports in the shroud dump underneath the car. I would assume a type IV is the same way. The heater boxes always have...
    12. I can add to this. Years ago, I was driving to a...

      I can add to this. Years ago, I was driving to a VW show about 300 miles away in my bus. Part way there, my clutch started slipping. Realized my rear main seal had taken a dump. Called a friend...
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      It may be totally unnecessary to you, but look...

      It may be totally unnecessary to you, but look around next time you're in traffic. I bet at any given time, you'll be able to see a car from your driver seat with at least one noticeably...
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      I'll add to this. A few years back, I finally...

      I'll add to this. A few years back, I finally decided it was time to buy a decent car instead of the crap piles I was used to driving. A local guy was the original owner of an '02 Jetta 1.8t. He...
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      I suspect a thread where the sh*t hit the fan and...

      I suspect a thread where the sh*t hit the fan and you sold the car at a huge loss would have a lot more traffic than one where you sold it before the sh*t hit the fan. :laugh:
    16. Corrected! If anybody else notices threads...

      Corrected!

      If anybody else notices threads that are labeled wrong, let me know! :thumbup:
    17. Couple more. :thumbup:

      Couple more. :thumbup:
    18. Another vote for the TDI. I've had three of them...

      Another vote for the TDI. I've had three of them so far. A B4, Mk3, and a Mk5. If you're going for something as old as a mk3/b4, you'll want to go for a base model mk3 rather than the more luxury...
    19. Can't repeat that enough... One of the big...

      Can't repeat that enough... One of the big reasons I'm not nearly as into aircooled VWs as I once was. You get tired of replacing something every 3 years.
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      I'm about 90% sure that the temp sensors are the...

      I'm about 90% sure that the temp sensors are the same for both water and oil. I know they both have the same temp range stamped on them. I don't know why there would be a difference between them...
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