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Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 28-08-2009

How To: Fit Corrado rear seat in a MK2 Golf GTi [ Mk2 ]
How To: Smooth the tailgate / debadging [ Mk2 Golf's & Polo G40 & pos other ]
How To: Big 280mm Brake Conversion [ Mk2. Pos Mk1 ]
How To: De-Badged Grille [ Mk2 but could adapt to any car ]
How To: Fix your gear linkage. Hard to get in gear? [ Mk1 & Mk2 ]
How To: Chipping your 8v [ Mk2 ]
How To: Install VDO Gauges in your Mk2 Golf [ Mk2 could adapt to Mk1 ]
How To: Upgrading Your 8v Exhaust, Suggestions to pick an aftermarket exhaust [ Mk2 ]
How To: ABA Engine Swap, Installation of the ABA 2.0 block on earlier 1.8 engines [ Mk2 ]
How To: Improve your car’s security [ Mk2 but could adapt to any car ]
How To: Replacing Fuel Injector O-Rings Engine [Mk1 & Mk2 ]
How To: Replace Your Clutch Cable (manual car) [ Mk2 ]
How To: De-Locked Door Handles [Mk2 ]
How To: Fit Dual Outlet Manifold Swap [Mk2 ]
How To: Get your fuel gauge working again! [Mk2 ]
How To: Replace Your Speedo Cable Mk2 Golf [ Mk2 ]
How To: Modify Your Air-box [Mk1 & Mk2 ]
How To: Lay Flat Rear Wiper Conversion [ Mk2 ]
How To: Replace the outer skin of a 1980-1993 VW cabriolet. [ cabriolet ]
How To: Golf Convertible frame & top removal [ cabriolet ]
How To: Take the dash out Golf cabbie 90-93 [ cabriolet ]
How To: Stop your oil light coming on [ Mk2 & Mk1 ]
How To: Fix Vacuum Leaks [ Mk2 & Mk1 ]
How To: Setting the Idle on CIS-E cars. [ Mk1 & Mk2 ]
How To: Get your 8v through an MOT emissions test [ Mk1 & Mk2 ]
How To: Fitting Capacitor Crossovers for car audio [ Mk2 but could adapt to any car ]
How To: Make outer dash vents hot cars with AC [ Golf, Scirocco,Jetta,Cabriolet with A/C ]

How To: Golf GTi – Improving Air Flow [ POST 88 Mk2 8v & PRE 88 MK2 16v & PoloG40 ]

How To: Improving Your VW’s Brakes [ Mk2 could adapt to Mk1]

How To: Up-rating your headlight wiring loom [ Mk2 could adapt to Mk1 ]

Golf GTi Strut Brace Guide [ Mk2 ]

Guide to fitting a replacement hood on a VW Mk1 Golf Cabriolet


Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 25-06-2010

This guide is based on a car with a manual hood mechanism. There are minor differences on a car with a powered roof not covered by the guide. It might be advisable to turn the T shaped screw on the pump to allow the hood to be raised and lowered manually. This will allow the fitter to judge the tightness of the hood more easily. Please bear in mind that fitting takes a fully experienced fitter several hours & is not a job to be undertaken lightly. Remove the wiring to the heated rear window and then remove the window. To do this curl the lip of the window’s rubber seal away from the frame in one of the top corners and push against the glass in that corner at the same time. Ease the seal lip away from the frame all the way along the top of the window whilst pressing against the glass. Push it out just so far so that you can get outside the car and pull the window the rest of the way out. Or get a mate to catch it if you like!

A guide to testing the injectors on a VW Mk1 Golf GTI


Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 25-06-2010

Note that this is an old injector showing a deformed upper (large) seal, which could cause air leaks into the system. With time this will disintegrate. This seal MUST BE REPLACED. Some injectors may not have the silver ‘top hat’ as shown here. Injector seat insert and air shroud These parts are not normally seen, and sit in the cylinder head. Injector seat insert, showing the groove for the seal. Page 3 of 15 Injector seat insert and shroud with the injector in the fully inserted position. NOTE Before following the procedure in this guide you should verify that all other components of the fuel delivery system – fuel pump, accumulator and lift pump (later Cabriolets) – are working correctly, and that all related filters are clean.

Automatic Transmission 1997-2000 dodge REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


Filed Under (Dodge) by admin on 26-06-2010

3. Remove the skidplate(s) if fitted. 4. Remove the skidplate support crossmember, if fitted. 5. Remove any exhaust pipes and crossover pipes that would interfere with transmission removal. 6. Disconnect the fluid cooler lines at the transmission. 7. Remove the starter motor. 8. On Ram: remove the engine-to-transmission struts, if fitted. 9. On Dakota and Durango: 1. Support the engine with a suitable jack device and wooden block. 2. Remove the bolts attaching the engine-to-transmission brackets to the transmission. 3. Remove the bolt and nut securing each engine-to-transmission bracket to the motor mounts. 4. Remove the engine-to-transmission brackets from the front axle, if fitted. 5. Loosen the brackets on each side of the engine block. 10. Disconnect and remove the crankshaft position sensor. Retain the sensor attaching bolts. 11. Remove the torque converter access cover. 12. If the transmission is being removed for rebuilding, remove the oil pan and drain the fluid. Reinstall the pan before removing the unit to protect internal components. 13. Remove the fill tube bracket bolts and pull the tube out of the transmission. Retain the fill tube seal. 14. On 4×4 vehicles, remove the bolt attaching the transfer case vent tube to the converter housing.

1991 Mercedes Benz 300E Camshaft: Service and Repair Removing and Installing Camshafts


Filed Under (Mercedes-Benz) by admin on 10-08-2010

CAUTION: If the camshaft is renewed, the rocker arms must also be renewed. Inductively hardened camshafts must only be used with hard chrome-plated rocker arms (standard up to February 1989). Chilled cast camshafts may only be used with rocker arms with carbide metal coating (standard as from March 1989). If bearing fretting or severe scoring exists, the camshaft bearings can be drilled open by 0.5 mm (0.020 in) in the cylinder head or in the rocker arm bearing brackets and a camshaft with oversized bearing journals installed. After damage to a cam (e. g. worn cams), all the affected timing parts (hydraulic elements, valves, valve springs, valve plates and valve wedges) should be checked for signs of damage. If individual rocker arm bearing brackets are renewed, all the bearing brackets must be tightened to specification and the camshaft checked to ensure that it moves freely. REMOVAL Setting TDC 1. Set piston of No. 1 cylinder to TDC (arrow). 2. Remove front cover at the top, See: Timing Components/Timing Cover/Service and Repair 3. Remove chain tensioner, See: Timing Components/Timing Chain Tensioner 4. Mark position of camshaft gear relative to camshaft. This is done by applying colored marking next to the locating pin (20) on the camshaft gear. CAUTION: If the camshaft gear is renewed, the colored marking must be applied to the corresponding point on the new camshaft gear. The camshaft gear with 3 oblong holes (1st version) should be renewed if performing repairs with the camshaft gear 2nd version with 3 holes e 6 mm. The camshaft gear 2nd version can be used when performing repairs in place of the camshaft gear 3rd version with 3 7 mm holes. In this case the 3 holes should be widened from 6 mm to 7 mm. The timing can be set by turning or changing the side of the camshaft gear on the camshaft