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TDI Conversions Discussions on converting non TDIs into TDIS. More general items can be answered better in other sections. This is ideal for issues that don't have an overlap and are very special to swaping engines.

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Old April 5th, 2013, 13:00   #1
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Default ALH coolant flange option?

If you have this, or a similar problem when doing a conversion (oil cooler line pointing directly at your bell housing)



could you use this to fix that problem?



VAG Equivalent part number
038121132G


here is a sample of the vehicles the seller says it fits
VW PASSAT Variant (3C5) 2.0 TDI 16V 08.05 103 140 1968 Estate BKP CBAB
VW PASSAT Variant (3C5) 2.0 TDI 16V 4motion 08.05 103 140 1968 Estate BKKP CBAB
VW POLO (9N_) 1.9 TDI 01.02 - 06.07 74 101 1896 Hatchback ATD AXR BMT
VW TOURAN (1T1, 1T2, 1T3) 2.0 TDI 08.03 - 05.10 100 136 1968 MPV AZV
VW TOURAN (1T1, 1T2, 1T3) 2.0 TDI 16V 08.03 103 140 1968 MPV BKD CFHC
VW TRANSPORTER / CARAVELLE Mk V Bus (7HB, 7HJ, 7EB, 7EJ, 7EF) 1.9 TDI 06.06 - 11.09 75 102 1896 Bus BRS
VW TRANSPORTER / CARAVELLE Mk V Bus (7HB, 7HJ, 7EB, 7EJ, 7EF) 1.9 TDI 01.06 - 11.09 62 84 1896 Bus BRR
VW TRANSPORTER Mk V Box (7HA, 7HH, 7EA, 7EH) 1.9 TDI 06.06 - 11.09 75 102 1896 Box BRS
VW TRANSPORTER Mk V Box (7HA, 7HH, 7EA, 7EH) 1.9 TDI 01.06 - 11.09 62 84 1896 Box BRR
VW TRANSPORTER Mk V Flatbed / Chassis (7JD, 7JE, 7JL, 7JY, 7JZ, 1.9 TDI 06.06 - 11.09 75 102 1896 Flatbed / Chassis BRS

will this part fit an ALH? will my coolant sensor plug in with the stock clip? If so, is it only available from international sellers?
is there a better option?
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Old April 5th, 2013, 13:06   #2
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Just use your existing type flange, and cap that nipple with these two parts:

055-121-324 cap
N-016-402-1 clip
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Old April 5th, 2013, 15:55   #3
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sorry, I should have explained more. That is just a picture I found on google for reference.
In my application, theres a transmission cross member right where that downward facing nipple is. This is for a bay window bus.
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Old April 5th, 2013, 17:29   #4
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I had one made CNC custom. Was $pendy. If you can find an OEM part that works, that would be great.
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Old April 7th, 2013, 06:29   #5
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i might have to order one to find out. i couldnt even find a part number for the o rings to compare the two.
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Old April 7th, 2013, 06:32   #6
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That flange looks like the one I used on my TDI swap. I don't know the part number of the one I used as I just grabbed it at a u-pick.
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Old April 11th, 2013, 18:39   #7
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markd89, did you try flipping a plastic one upside down? mine is 50 feet away and its snowing (again), but I want to try that first.
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I have a 1Z engine which is a different issue. The 1Z flange points straight back towards the trans. My custom one makes a tight 90 degree turn towards the exhaust. I have a pic in my thread somewhere.
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sorry, I should have explained more. That is just a picture I found on google for reference.
In my application, theres a transmission cross member right where that downward facing nipple is. This is for a bay window bus.
Archemitis,
How did you resolve this? I broke my coolant flange while installing a new tranny. The flange is too close to adapter. I have 1.9 ALH out of a 2002 new beetle.
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The one with only 2 pipes is a brm one. Idparts has it for ~$15. Mine is flipped. Haven't put coolant to it yet though. The seal is fully covering the head though

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Has anyone tried 06a 121 132 yet? fits early 2.0 gasoline "AWD" and "AWW" code engines, but also looks like it'll solve an exhaust clearance issue on my insight.
Ordering one tomorrow to try, will update with results.
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Has anyone tried 06a 121 132 yet? fits early 2.0 gasoline "AWD" and "AWW" code engines, but also looks like it'll solve an exhaust clearance issue on my insight.
Ordering one tomorrow to try, will update with results.
AWD and AWW are 1.8T engine codes, not 2.0. These fit AEG and AVH engines, respectively.
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AWD and AWW are 1.8T engine codes, not 2.0. These fit AEG and AVH engines, respectively.
I was just going with the ECS tuning page's application data

Actually found one in my stash of "broken but good for mockups" parts (good god I have issues, somebody tie me up and throw all this garbage away)

right side up the heater hose is still where I don't want it, and the coolant temp sensor is mashed against the vacuum pump
upside down it could probably be helpful to someone at some point however. Just not on a transverse application as it points the rad hose the wrong way.

Looking more and more like I'm going to be making my own coolant outlet for the insight.
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ECS SUCKS!!!!!

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I was just going with the ECS tuning page's application data

Actually found one in my stash of "broken but good for mockups" parts (good god I have issues, somebody tie me up and throw all this garbage away)

right side up the heater hose is still where I don't want it, and the coolant temp sensor is mashed against the vacuum pump
upside down it could probably be helpful to someone at some point however. Just not on a transverse application as it points the rad hose the wrong way.

Looking more and more like I'm going to be making my own coolant outlet for the insight.
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