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    Thread: Where's my 1.8T Fuel Line (engine compartment)? Engine Diagrams Anywhere online?

    1. 05-06-2003 04:14 PM #1
      Hi,

      New owner of a used 99 1.8t seeking the location of the fuel line/filter
      in the engine compatment area.

      Any recommended manuals? Is there a Passat B5 Bentley

      Much easier to find on the A1

      TIA
      -Todd


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      05-06-2003 08:26 PM #2
      The fuel filter is NOT in the engine compartment. It is located under the car in front of the right rear wheel well behind a plastic skid plate.

      Yes, there is a Bentley for the B5 and also a Haynes/Chiltons. Bentley is the best but costs about $70, Haynes costs about $15.


      Modified by shrinermonkey at 2:52 PM 5-7-2003


    3. 05-07-2003 02:33 AM #3
      Thanks on the Filter info.

      Can you aim me at the actual point where the fuel line comes into the engine compartment?

      I am installing a magnetic mileage enhancer from JC Whitney, need a 2 inch stretch someplace.

      -T


    4. 05-11-2003 01:51 AM #4
      Oh come now, please point me in the right direction (literally).

      Left Right, up down of say, the dip stick...hehe

      -T


    5. 05-11-2003 09:46 AM #5
      Oh my!.

      I hope you are not really going to install that bit of automotive "snake oil" are you?


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      05-11-2003 09:53 AM #6
      Quote, originally posted by darthracing »
      I am installing a magnetic mileage enhancer from JC Whitney

      Be careful. Audi may deside to take the car away from you it they find out you did this! You may get on their "not worthy" list.


    7. 05-13-2003 02:00 AM #7
      Well, its just a VW so they might let me keep it
      _T

    8. 05-13-2003 02:01 AM #8
      Well, with that fancy trip computer I can see how much snake oil it is...if I find a spot to snap
      it on.

      I'm being told passenger side into black box then rails...

      -T


    9. 06-16-2008 07:28 AM #9
      here is my fuel line leaking: http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=u5lK45DWsTM

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      06-16-2008 10:27 AM #10
      I got two magnets and a zip tie, I will sell you my "mileage enhancer" for $ 9.99. It aligns the fuel molecules so they burn more efficiently.
      2004 Passat 4Mo, 1.8T, stick
      past: '96 Audi S6, forced to sell, F. U. nh emissions
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      06-16-2008 02:20 PM #11
      Seriously dude, don't waste your time and money.

      http://www.epa.gov/otaq/consumer/reports.htm


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      06-16-2008 08:19 PM #12
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