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    1. 08-09-2004 09:31 PM #2
      Bumpin this, if you guys have anymore of these feel free to add them [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

    2. 08-19-2004 01:54 PM #3
      BUMP!

    3. 08-23-2004 02:57 PM #4
      sticky. nice brian [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      08-31-2004 02:00 PM #5
      can ya sort them by mark? I know not all of them are mark specific but alot of people are gonna get thrown off if they're trying to take out their a2 headliner based on a4 directions.
      I have a few to add for Corrados if you do.

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      11-17-2004 11:28 PM #6
      Brian: Great post! [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
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    6. 11-23-2004 06:01 PM #7
      Brian,
      I come to this forum to learn about cars, not about your personal opinions regarding women. What did you intend to gain by posting a derogatory quote like that here?


    7. 12-29-2004 09:48 AM #8
      TT pedal install page not found...

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    9. 02-12-2006 11:18 PM #10

      NewSouth Performance Column Pod + VDO Gauge install on 99 B5 Passat
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=2444372

    10. 02-19-2006 06:08 PM #11
      I need assistance with removing rear door parts on an 06 GLI

    11. 06-20-2006 05:00 PM #12
      Quote, originally posted by djsatan667 »
      TT pedal install page not found...

      ^^^

    12. 08-08-2006 10:31 PM #13
      Do It Yourself Car Seat Cover Removal
      Step one: Remove seat cushions from the vehicle in question, these came out of a VW Golf MK 4 if you need assistance in removing the actual seats, its fairly easy. I'm a petite girl and I had zero issues. The rear cushions basically pop off with one pull at the front tab and then unhinge from the rear. The actual rear top cushions need to be unbolted from the back. Same goes for the front seats. There are two bols in the front on the floor in the center .Once you remove the caps from the rear of the side rails, they just slide off.
      Step two: Flip the cushions over and find the black plastic that is tucked underneath the metal framing. The easiest way to do this is start at the exposed section and with a screwdriver
      pull a small peice out and then pull towards you. Do this all the way around and the metal frame basically falls off. It looks like this:


      Step Three:/ Starting at one side GENTLY pull the cover from the foam. As you start to do this you come to some channeling in the foam and those dreaded metal bars with the upside down bent into itself hook at both ends. I reccomend finding a good tool to pull with. I DO NOT reccomend undoing the hooks via manual distortion as you will need these again. This part requires PATIENCE. If you dont have the patience dont attempt this get someone to help you as you could destroy the foam cushion. I used a variety of tools until i figured out that a paint can opener of the metal variety works best. It has a little hook at the top and a bottle opener thing at the top and I think cost me $1 at Home Depot. It looks like this:

      Step four: Using the tool of your choice, hook into the metal loop at the top and pull slightly out note that I said out and not UP. This requires a little manipulation of the foam part but is pretty hands on, theres no real way to explain it, when you see it you'll understand. Try from a few angles I promise it just takes a little manipulation and not sheer force. I am a small girl and once I got the technique down it required very little actual force. I did not bend any of the metal rods in any way. They do not need bending to come off. I promise.



      Step five: Once you get the metal rod out of the channel flip it over and do the other side. I highly reccomend doing the two sides first and then the centers top, bottom, then middle as
      it makes the foam easier to manipulate. The rods just slide out of this little fabric pouch and can be set aside. Once you have these off you can wash the covers or reupholster them as you like. DO NOT PUT THE COVERS IN THE DRYER. Leave them out to air dry as it will probably warp the foam if it goes in the dryer.



      Replacement of covers is basically the same but backwards. I reccomend patience. I did it in a short amount of time. Once you get the hang of it, it is really quite a simple task.
      Ms. AlinaSquid signing off.

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      10-04-2006 04:03 PM #14
      Anybody know how decent the red or blue color match is on lit reiger gear shift knobs? I've got an '05 TDi and don't want a gear shift that lights up different from my instrument panel. Anyone?

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      11-13-2006 12:09 AM #15
      Hey.... I need to replace the vent on the passenger side of my 2001 Jetta GLS. The flaps that control the up/down angle of the air flow are broken. Know where I can get a replacement and how to install it?
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      11-13-2006 11:00 PM #16
      anybody?
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    16. 01-15-2007 11:09 PM #17
      COOLWATER! <~ AL

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      06-05-2007 11:33 AM #18
      The link to the Mk3 gauge cluster removal is LONG dead (S3 designs went away nearly 2 years ago)
      My name is...Shake-Zula. The mic-rula, The old schoolah, Ya wanna trip? I'll bring it to ya. Frylock and I'm on top Rock you like a cop Meatwad you up next with your knock-knock. Meatwad make the money, see. Meatwad get the honeys, G. Drivin in my car, livin' like a star. Ice on my fingers and my toes and I'm a Taurus. Check it. Check, check it. 'Cuz we drive the Cabrios, make the homies say ho! and the girlies wanna scream.

    18. 06-05-2007 07:45 PM #19
      Quote, originally posted by DaddyOfPayton &raquo;
      The link to the Mk3 gauge cluster removal is LONG dead (S3 designs went away nearly 2 years ago)

      removed it, if anybody else has any good links, PM me and I can throw them in the original post

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      02-23-2008 10:51 AM #20
      Anyone have some information installing a kneebar into an 89 GTI? Do I have to have a center console? Or can I run open?

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    21. 05-13-2008 10:37 AM #22
      Mk 4 four spoke steering wheel removal?? anyone know the nut size...

    22. 05-31-2008 02:33 AM #23
      I think it 24MM nut that hold the steering wheel. It the same for all MK3, MK4 Vdubs. Good luck.

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      06-04-2008 07:13 PM #24
      alright so i was cleanign out the interior of the car, and found two random springs under the seats. i have an 00 mrkiv with cloth seats. what are they and do i need them?
      Unghhhh Uhhhh

    24. 07-13-2008 01:41 PM #25
      Do you know a link that shows you how to remove the gauge cluster plastic lens cover without breaking it for the MK3 Jetta? I want to paint the bezel. Tnx


      Modified by jmj5150 at 10:47 AM 7-13-2008

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