Type: Posts; User: low_passat
The manual is pretty complete, but sometimes inconvenient to use. Last I knew, it will only run on Windows XP (their may have fixed this).
Once activated, the software only updates for 1 year, so...
Sounds like they may have sent you the GTI one, which has a smaller opening I believe
I have a brand new set of Hi-Def side skirts. Open to offers
You can adjust the stock arms to about -3°, but if you need more there are these.
IDF adjustable control arms. There's a couple other companies that make them also.
Your best option is take to an alignment shop and have them adjust it. If you want to try and DIY, the rear camber is adjusted with the eccentric bolt on the upper control arm.
I've used the Cardone axle with no problems, but would recommend just rebooting your OEM axles if the CV joints are still good.
Lift up the rear seat & remove the lpfp cover. Check to see if it's leaking from there, or if the connects are broken/loose
I wasn't around back at the peak of SW, but things still happen. There is still a westside meet & an eastside meet every week. Also, we just did the Cottonwood run on Saturday with 40+ cars.
Yes, the Euro B7 should be a direct fit. It's just a facelifted B6 platform. You may still have a compatibility issue with the wiring & airbags though.
I went 130k miles(drivers) & 140k miles (passanger) on the original boots. Changed to due outers being ripped. Both inners were still perfect.
Also have been lowered since 40k miles
If it's a US model B7 the front seats may bolt in(wiring & airbags may not be compatible), but doubtful the rest would fit.
Not trying to convince/convert you to Facebook. You asked where everybody went, so I told you.
If you do use Facebook, must of the same people are here now https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArizonaVW/
You just have to use a pry bar. Quick sudden jolts seem to work the best.
There is a c-clip on the spline that sits in a groove that you have to center on the shaft to be able to pull it out.
IIRC the triple square is an M12
The axle bolt may also be an M24 12 point. I've seen both the hex head & the 12 point bolts used on our cars.
I have this one. Looks pretty good.
Yes, will be a direct plug & play