Type: Posts; User: VWHL7
$200, located in North County.
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I have a minty MK2 TILT Dash that I no longer have use for. Plan was to put it in the GLI, but the GLI is now gone. Thus, this gem is up for sale.
Comes with working glove box,...
Located in San Diego. Would prefer not to ship - $100
no cracks, have all cam caps. will need a good cleaning and valve seals done....
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located in San Diego, CA. Price is negotiable
yes, this car is still for sale
Honest truth: I didn't do enough research before originally posting the car and put out a price based on a whim, thinking I wanted to just get rid of it when I didn't have it in me to. After having...
THIS CAR IS BACK UP FOR SALE.
I apologize to all that I did not respond to those who have contacted me about purchasing this car. The original posting of this car was intended as more of a feeler...
I have a very good condition well maintained MK2 Jetta GLI with the 2 liter 16 valve engine up for sale. VW enthusiast, 143K original miles, all original, never modified only repaired, runs extremely...
I have a very good condition well maintained 1992 MK2 Jetta GLI with the 2 liter 16 valve engine up for sale. VW enthusiast, 144K miles, all original, never modified only repaired, runs extremely...
front left wheel hub shipped to 92064?
Also, do those rear calipers happen to be black / have GLI painted on them? How was the left rear before you parked it? Mine's frozen and in need of a...
:facepalm: yes and yes. 020 is the transmission code, 9A is the engine code. You're not the one working on the car are you?
Were the rear calipers working or were they frozen? pics of the rear calipers to email@example.com please? basically wondering if they are OEM black with the GLI painted on them.
The one that sits under the Jetta GLI badge on the trunk. LMK what you have.:thumbup:
What is everybody using to get the actual flanges off the trans to get to the seals? I've been trying to get this thing off with no luck.
I still don't understand how removing the thermostat makes a difference... If it is working properly, then it opens and coolant flows. I understand removing the thermostat allows for more flow, but...