Apparently Florida has a new 'Florida man' to keep the rest of us entertained. (y)
But seriously, what is it about a state 3000 miles away from you that has you posting your political trash in this forum? Do they owe you money?
That's what I call pollution!
Maybe you're in a bit of a hurry but in your case I would disassemble the head, tank it and skim it.
Check the guides because they tend to wear early. Then lap all the valves equally. After that you're good for a half-million more miles.
2002_auto_tdi, read up on the procedure at kansascitytdi.com.
The electrical connections are fragile and easily damaged during disconnection.
KCtdi even has a special tool to keep from breaking them. Good luck!
If you've never changed the trans fluid, change it and the filter then after several
hundred miles change it again. A lot of fluid stays in the torque converter, etc.
Speaking of the TC, if you got the TCC code before, keep an eye on your RPM's
while at a steady cruise speed. If you see them...