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Old August 25th, 2010, 05:42   #61
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Here is something that a member in Croatia found for me:
http://www.autozone.com/autozone/rep...00c15280267ac6


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Old August 25th, 2010, 05:47   #62
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sorry about posting that I thought I had deleted it when I realized that they were 100% different.

FYI my local VW dealer often works on european VW because of all the NATO forces that are located in Virginia Beach/Norfolk. As long at you have proof that the car is legally here they can order parts from europe. You might want to try ordering them through either your dealer or try contacting Bud (Parts Manager) at Checkered Flag VW. He is very well known on the vortex for his VW enthusiast support.
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Old August 25th, 2010, 06:44   #63
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It appears that the water pump is the serpentine driven style, not off of the timing belt.

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This is the good old stuff vs TB driven WP

Btw, try www.europartsdirect.com they might have the WP that you're looking for.
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Old August 25th, 2010, 11:03   #64
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Confirmed! Rock Auto has the water pump. They also have a timing belt kit but I'm not sure its any good. Anyone hear of "Dayco"?

I can get the timing components locally but for a lot more money.

Also, QUINTON HAZELL - its 36 bucks for the water pump vs 200+ from VW or 100 shipped from UK(also QUINTON HAZELL).

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Old August 25th, 2010, 12:29   #65
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Dayco is a good belt. its an upgrade for the ALH that costs more money.

its unfortunate that you can only get a 60k mile timing system for that engine. but with such a rare beast, its probably worth it.
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Old August 26th, 2010, 20:31   #66
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I was going to do the EGR delete but I decided to wait because i don't want to tune it yet and I heard that limp mode is randomly induced by removing the EGR stuff. I didn't do it because I noticed where the cooling lines went, it looks like one goes to the heater core and one goes to the block, do I pull the one off the block and one off the EGR and take the one from the EGR to the heater core and connect it to the block?


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Old August 27th, 2010, 12:12   #67
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What was old is now new again - this vehicle popped up here at tdiclub in June of 2001!
http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=23320

As for trying to find the second one, is it possible to do a wildcard search on car fax using "WVWMG63B9WE*"?
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Old August 27th, 2010, 13:57   #68
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I love the pass side mirror on these Passats. My buddy has a 1.8 t wagon with the stubby mirror and the blue glass. Nice ride.
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Old August 27th, 2010, 13:59   #69
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Thanks for posting that link! I'm definitely going to print that out to go with the records on this.
I have a copy of the original purchase receipt at $24,000 even.

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Old August 27th, 2010, 21:45   #70
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What kind of mileage did this car get?
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Old August 27th, 2010, 21:55   #71
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I put about 400 miles on it and averaged 42mph, most of the driving was above 70mph on the freeway. I did one trip around 60 and averaged 46ish.

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Old August 27th, 2010, 22:20   #72
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The B5 is more aerodynamic then the similar golf / jetta, hence why that car was EPA rated at 50, while the 99.5 jetta was rated at "just" 48. It is heaver though so the city mpg suffers.

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Old August 28th, 2010, 13:40   #73
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The B5 is more aerodynamic then the similar golf / jetta, hence why that car was EPA rated at 50, while the 99.5 jetta was rated at "just" 48. It is heaver though so the city mpg suffers.

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Even the C6 Corvette has a coefficient of 0.28 Makes me sorta proud...I'm just missing about 200-300hp.
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Old August 31st, 2010, 20:12   #74
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Project update:

So I got some parts, timing belt, window regulator panel and coolant reservoir. I emptied the water from the previous flush, added new for a new flush, drove it around the block and warmed it up, then parked it so I could work on the regulator panel(which i screwed up in the process of trying to fix the locks).

I got most of that done, window back in, etc. lock functioned properly but I pulled on the handle and got nothing, as if it was locked still, but the plunger is up and everything seems right except it doesn't work. I fiddled with it from the inside and out(with window down) and pop, it opens, then it opens and closes fine.

Previous to this, the whole reason I had it apart is that it wouldn't lock, it would go half way down then back up, whether you hit the lock button or push down on the knob, on top of that the key spun in the door. I took care of that but now it won't open. So I have a project for myself, again, take the window out and regulator panel out and hopefully fix that thing!

Tomorrow my water pump should arrive, ECS still hasn't shipped my order which is the rest of the timing stuff and a few other misc parts.
Rock auto called me today and they said they searched their warehouses and have no more serp tensioners and discontinued them. I've got a couple messages out to people.

I also talked to Malone tuning, sounds like I can go as high as stage 3 without much for supporting equipment(I do plan on getting some/most of it if I go this high). He had no issues with the ECU number but wasn't too familiar with the car or layout(longitudinal). I'll have to shop around and see what else is available.


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Old September 1st, 2010, 08:22   #75
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Jon, I think I'd stick with a stock tune to start with and get all the issues fixed. Then after the car is mechanically solid again then consider the tune. I think as your car is really unique, you need to tread more conservatively.
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