Type: Posts; User: TheMel
Will that bolt on to a MkIV 1.8 or require retrofitting? I've always wondered...
In my mind it's possible. However, I have absolutely zero proof and this is totally circumstantial :thumbup:
If your belt looks too cruddy I'd hold off disturbing it until a new one arrives :beer:
Temp sensor was replaced :thumbup:
Does the squeeling happen all the time or just when it's cold? Maybe the belt is stiff when it's cold and isn't turing the alternator very well.
Yeah. Manual :P
My jealousy supercedes your coolness :P:P:P
Your car is amazing, my friend :thumbup:
You may be running rich or have an exhaust leak somewhere. How's the exhaust smell? Pipes rusty? Is the engine going, "Chugga-chug"? Check Engine Light? Milage?
Here's another shot of this sexysexy beast :heart:
1940 Packard Darrin
Holy S@$%! ^^^^^ :eek::thumbup:
Oh ok. Good deal!
FYI, trek on over to the MkV forums after you get it! Stop back with a photo when you get a chance :thumbup:
There's the key! You're already on the right track!
What kind of engine in the Wolfsburg? What year?
Did you do anything with that chain?
WT Mother F... Back to the Future promised me flying fkn cars. Those jerks have just three years left to comply or else. Dmnit.
I saw a Passat wagon on Craigslist with 213k miles for $2,000. My first thought was, "that's it? :laugh:
Volkswagen engines are pretty tough so, as the other posters have already mentioned, it all...
You might be a dubber if the sound of an air-cooled gives you a boner.
Make sure you put something on the back of your hand if you pull it without a tool. Coming back onto the block or battery tray (depending on if your're a righty or lefty) could gash your knuckles!