yes they were
Type: Posts; User: Dub-Nub
yes they were
450whp of pure madness accelerated the beast to "foo ****ing fast" and he couldnt slow down enough for a turn, slid into the guard rail, across median and into some other stuff. Front driver impact...
I wonder if this will fit the mk6 jetta.
To each their own. the MK5 is the ugly looking child of VW lineup. It is hideous looking and i wouldn't drive one if someone gave it to me for free.
2.5 l auto
Def a step down in terms of power, but I need to drive my family around and later I will be getting my own toy. Audi something.
I want to say thanks to the 1.8T technical forum for all the assistance and guidance you have provided me through the past years. I have moved on to mk6 platform. My buddy may be lurking these forums...
I did it in about an hour on my buddies car after i did mine. Just need to know how to put all the gears back in place properly.
yes, that is why they have the adapter plates. Without the adapter plates the coilpacks wouldn't have anything around the rubber to hold them in place.
You don't need the actual sensor, just fix the wire. Best option you have IMO is to remove that clip from the sensor, remove the metal prong inside the clip and re-crimp the wire on it. The sensor...
I cannot help but you need more information for help
What conversion you got.
This forum is for all transmission, so we don't know what you have.
i want to say those are for your reverse lights. When you put the transmission into reverse the sensor triggers and lights them up.
the belt tensioner for serp is held on by 3 bolts right above the alternator.
In this picture it's the 3 bolts to the very top left.
Gotcha gotcha. Makes sense if its a 020. I didnt even realize the transmission code for the 98 2.0 lol, now i know its a mk3. But my information was generic for all vw trannies that are transverse so...
extra cir-clip? I have never had to remove any cir-clips from anywhere when doing the clutches. Where is it? The flanges i have done had one long bolt.
Word of advice for putting flange back,...
Although I have never done any clutch jobs in the driveway, i have always done mine in my garage..which is pretty much exactly the same. I have dropped my transmission countless times and have done...
bringing this back from the dead for more information
02M with no fluid (overnight drain), no axle flanges and no shift tower was 92lbs packed up in a box with hard foam. Using home scale was 110...
I have had these on my car for over a year and love them. Not much different then Density line track setup.
Have you checked all the belts or done a boost leak test? those would be my next steps.