^just above left tail-light
Installed new ngk plugs. I was getting lousy gas mileage and constant popping.. it seems to have cured both
After looking at alot of the projects I see on here I became inspired over the weekend and got busy:
replaced front struts
primed and painted replacement driver's fender
primed replacement rear bumper cover
primed trunk wing
removed and painted door panels
next on the list....
rewire the radio system so it works
pull the plastic interior parts and paint them
install seat covers
remove tape/glue residue from side moldings
start repairing the dents/ dings
Did the passenger side tinting...looks like crap around the bottom...that is the hardest part to get tucked under the window trim and remove the moisture...but it will do for the coming summer
Better to go ahead and remove the window glass and it would be so much easier. Going to try that with the rear side windows.
Took it camping this weekend. Car got really dirty, but it still pulled on a Cadillac CTS (V6) getting on the freeway with a full load.
Josiah "Mac" - Previous S/N: BMW4L1F3 VRSociety Member #114 VRalliance
1997 - Sequoia green GTi VR6 - sold to a friend.
2002 - GTi 24v VR6 - six speed. - gone
1996 - BMP Passat Wagon GLX 272 cams, h&r ultra ultra lows - My baby hauler
'13 Jetta Sportwagen TDi DSG Tempest Blue - wife's baby hauler
Finally installed one of my zr1 chargers on my ABA. Something up with PCV cause I'm blowing oil out of dipstick tube and funnel is broke.
Took off SRI, fuel rail, and some other odds and ends from old Golf Sport that's been sitting. Cleaned them up and polished some. Debating on installing with charger or selling.
Got the hardware i needed to mount the t-stat housing pieces to the engine. Installed all new coolant parts from the crackpipe to the t-stat housing.
Found 4 OEM VW bolts to mount the coilpack on ebay for $10 shipped.
Next purchase will be new coolant hoses for the entire engine.
cleaned my interior a bit
PLZ buy my Mk3 and take from it what you need $1000 or best offer!