See post 13.
Type: Posts; User: GLI_DRIVER
See post 13.
Sounds like a blown out DMF.
Does anyone have the part #'s for this job?
2.8l 24v VR6 use the black covers.
Stand the axles up then look at height.
I am experiencing the same problem on my R. Wheel spin for days and intermittent rear end engagement. Scanned 22 and I have a clutch mechanical malfunction 01155 code. Output test on the lift shows...
Regarding the 2.0t:
A intake port cleaning of the cyl head is your next step. The BG service will help but you can get more results by cleaning it manually. If you want to DIY get injector seals,...
I came from the mk2 realm too. The UM tune is the ONLY tune worthwhile. I may see you around I work in Portland and live in Vancouver. I have a DBP with a roof rack. Please don't "stance" it!:beer:
US cars do have the key position switch. I just replaced one recently.
Has anyone looked into this option?
Manifold gauges are diagnostic tools. That's not "throwing parts at it."
The next step is putting some manifold gauges on the system too see what the refrigerant is doing exactly.
I use BG frigi fresh. Works perfect:thumbup:
The fuses on top of the battery is for the fans and fan controller. There is an ac fuse that when it shorts it keeps the fans on all the time as a failsafe. Its one of the small fuses in the fuse...
Either the fan switch is shorted "On" or you have a blown a/c fuse in the dash fuse station.
My console has DIY led's in it. :thumbup:
Has anyone tried RIT dye? I use it on my RC parts all the time.
Did you swap the metal rings on the end of your stock cams to your after market cams?
So ever since the cam install you have these codes?
The side to side pivot on top of the selector shaft needs attention. That pivot is possibly corroded making the shifter not return to center.