Just do the plug.
Type: Posts; User: darrenbyrnes
Just do the plug.
I have a Koni FSD/Eibach kit that lowered it about 1". I married that with an upgraded Rear Sway Bar and haven't looked back.
Well, the master is a lot easier to get at and isn't all THAT expensive. You could do that first, then if no improvement, do the slave...
I run those on the back of mine as well.
Wide as hell!
Coil Packs are super easy. I'd swap CPs from one of the other cylinders to see if the misfire follows. If it doesn't follow, it's probably not the CP.
I was having issues on 3 out of 4 cylinders...
I have a 5 speed but it's a Quattro...so my slave is in the bell housing...
What year is your TT?
That P/N seems to be used mainly for post-CAT applications, but is pre-CAT in some cases.
It makes your butt hurt?
It may be the slave cylinder. Mine needed to be replaced and, depending on the model you have, it can be a PITA to get at.
What code is it throwing? I used a universal one without any issues...
Friday morning - Changed the rear sway bar bushings. No more "clunk."
Activation for the Lite version will run $99.
I was using the Lite version for a while, but went for the full version after a spell. They will give you credit for the $$ if you decide to upgrade...
Wash, claybar, wax.
Unfortunately, the silica gel packs didn't help my HL condensation issue.
This is the vent I used.
No real issues about the A/C although I like having it down by my legs anyway...
It has room for too many gears!
...or you can just go out and get a FrankenTurbo.
Pulled my DS headlight to reseal it to try to keep the condensation down.
It didn't work...
Silica Gel packs on order now.
Shoot me a message if you want a pack or two for YOUR headlight...
I rolled the fenders on my Corrado "old school" style - by using a wooden Louisville Slugger. It worked for me on that particular car. Can't say it will work for you though.