Type: Posts; User: DeathLens
Such stance, much fitment.
It ended up being the brake light switch for some reason! Out of all the things it could be. :laugh:
Like 8:00am this morning...waaaaaayyy too early for that ****. I mean, I know NFS just came out, but ffs.
He raced behind me right at the off ramp then blew past only to cut back over the shoulder...
Guy in a black mk3 Golf, Jetta front end, smoked everything, orange steelies on the 400 getting off at HWY7. It's too early in the morning to be street racing, cutting through cars, splitting lanes...
It's inside. ;)
God I haven't been out in forever since the move. I hope to make it out more in the summer.
So the other day out of no where in the morning (cold, cold start) my girlfriends car decided it did not want to work.
The tranny seems to go into a limp mode where all the PRND432 are...
More of that ^
That guy should be glad that seal didn't tear his arm off.
Replied, lots of interest! Im going to need to set up appointments. :laugh:
Lets put this back up!
It's a real hardship :laugh:
I snap photos all the time ;) They get posted to one of these two places: Pfaff.Tuning or Pfaff McLaren
Goodies to go into the blue!! :D
Nothing fancy, I wanted access to mine and be able to move it around if needed. So velcro and the wire is tucked along the seam of my knee panel and the center console, I can pull it out at any time...
Thank you, and MechEngg for the input :beer::beer:
Now I was randomly reading up an online installation guide for Airlift and it says many times throughout that the ideal driving PSI is 70. So now...
My girlfriends 99 1.8TQ does similar things as well. She doesn't have the LCD screen but little windows for each light, and from time to time I catch them out of the corner of my eye flashing once on...
No specific DIY that I found but it is located on your oil filter housing, which can be easily accessed by unbolting your coolant tank and propping it up (don't have to unplug the coolant lines just...
Replace that oil temp sensor it's like $3.00 and takes 10 minutes. :thumbup:
I would definitely start there, fixed things for me. :beer:
Wondering if maybe there are any wires that could have come loose or have issues.