Type: Posts; User: low_passat
1: Because it required removing the intake cam & cam cover to them to replace the lobe and machine the cover. More labor costs than most people are willing to accept.
2: It's no longer available...
The oring is the seal between the pump & cam cover, so unless the leak is coming from under the pump, it likely won't help
If you do go with a new pump, make sure you get the new revision. P/n 06D145100H
I was able to find a brand new one on ebay for a great price awhile back.
The seal to the outer plate is not available to purchase. It's not a round oring, it's a seal that is actually shaped similar to the cover. You can see the seal in the video below.
I have a set of BNIB Hi-Def side skirts. I know these were once on blowout, but they are near impossible to find now. Dealer sells them for $900+, and ECS has them for $800+ LINK to ECS.
Depends on the wheels. Some are ball, others are cone seat. Not sure on the RS's, you should be able to feel the seat and tell if it's ball or cone.
The 2008 should have a single ignitor airbag, so what have you replace it with it need to be single, not dual. 2006s are dual, and 2007s came both ways, so you'll need to make sure you get the...
Yes, M14x1.5 is the thread size. If you're running OEM wheels, you need ball seat
That is not the gasket for a 2.0t vacuum pump. If it's leaking from the outside cover plate than your only options are replacement or try some type of sealant
Same problem here. Make using the forums almost impossible with having to constantly reload pages.
The inner joint on an automatic can be a pain in the a$$ to remove, specially when you're only on jack stands. There is just not a lot...
It's a few dollars cheaper at Walmart
$169.52 from vwpartscenter.net. One of the many online dealership parts websites
Do you have less than 120k miles? It may be covered under the extended warranty
I have a two tone set from a 2010 that I'm considering getting rid of,. They are in my 07 Passat.
I'm in Arizona though, so shipping would be a lot....
You have the EA888. EA113 is the FSI engine code BPY
now you need to figure out which version. CCTA or CBFA.
The CBFA has additional emissions controls. The easiest way to tell is the if it...
Good luck to your cam.
It's been tried, and most have failed.
You have an EA888 engine. You my find more knowledgeable help here http://forums.vwvortex.com/forumdisplay.php?1081-2.0-TSI-and-TFSI-Engine-Forum