after months i finally installed my headliner and my steering wheel...it was a pain in the @$$
Finally took the bumper off!
remove the grille then remove the 3 screws on top of the bumper then remove the 5 screws (on mine) from the bottom...then go to the wheel well and pop those plastic holding screws, two for me.
You'll see some white plastic holding tubes under the headlights, pull these up and out...I used a pair of bent needle nose.
Undo all the light plugs and then start at one side sliding/pulling forward then move to the other doing the same...evenly slide that bumper out.
My fog caught on the drivers side so check clearance and go slow...
thanks franciscomk3 and the rest off the vortex...
stock left/smoked right.
installed the fogs... will put the bumper back on tomorrow which will be yesterday on Monday
Thinking of putting yellow bulbs instead of these white ones.
Thanks again Vortex!
intake heat shield and lightweight batter, custom bracket... stock batt- 30lbs, new one 15lbs.
put the smoked fogs on...no autoshop, had any yellow bulbs in stock. What is it with special orders anyway...you know somebody will walk in ONE day asking for that particular part
Bumper back on...
replaced the stock screws holding the fogs in...
with SAE screws.
Then sprayed her down with water...and microfibre dried.
looked at it as I washed the wife's car. I havent driven it in a week and a half. Dirty and sad...
She keeps tellin me you should sell that POS everyday. And then I consider the alternative. A quiet, boring, lil eco box. And then when im on the on ramp to the highway I punch it and wind out 3rd gear and hear that intake and the exhaust together in perfect harmony as it rips a humongous hole in the ozone layer and causes the spontaneous explosions of tree huggers faces . I my VR6!!!
[QUOTE=guidoyanovich;77662540]checked out your music site mate...nice
Thanks for the music page compliment. Yeah everyone's ok. I had JUST come back from dropping my girl (preggo) to work so I'm glad she wasn't with me
Scored TT adjustable cam gear, and lw int shaft gear new for $100. Killin. Self control to not buy everything new is working really well for me right now!
Today I put on the textured strips Thanks to corrado1013 for selling them to me
old ones (kinda green stick ons)
clip on ones
'97 GTI VR6: GIAC, Schrick Intake Manifold, TT-catback.
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'13 Jetta Sportwagen TDi DSG Tempest Blue - Stock, for now