From TSB 19-17-01
Coolants G11, G12, G12+ and G12++ and G13 have been replaced by a newly introduced G12Evo coolant.
The GEN III EA288 TDI (MY2015 2.0L TDI CVCA and CRUA) MUST still use G13 coolant.
G12Evo coolant has been introduced as the...
Post on IG from a trucker;
"$5.15/gal! just think about that when you buy your milk. I have to fill my refer and my truck. All y'alls prices going up"
I can work around the prices, up to a point. But what about those who have to drive? What else price wise will go up because of the price at...
Found these links to help;
from another thread here on TDI club link
and over at Ross Tech Link
I just changed the last digit of the coding until I found an impulse number correction that worked for me. Not totally random thou, I did look at which way the correction needed to be and change to...
I used VCDS to play with the gear ratio correction value until I found one that made the speedo very close to GPS speed. Verified against mile markers and stop watch.
When you code the cluster one digit of coding is a correction value based on the transmission. In my case it changed my speed...
Checking out GasBuddy and found Chevron in Essex, CA listed RUG $6.79/Gal. Needles, CA is even weirder - $5.99/gal D2 on I40 and just across the river in Arizona its $3.81/gal D2.
Here in SoFLo we got $3.46 RUG and $3.89 D2 in West Palm and $3.34 RUG and $3.52 D2 by the house in PSL
In VW part numbers the letter after the 3rd set of 3 numbers is revisions and versions of same parts. Most of the time higher letter replaces lower letter, but not always. The extra 3 letters AND numbers is color code. This is what will tell you its Pearl Grey. The part number with no letter and...
Customer just brought in their 2006 BRM Jetta, 228,194 miles. Original owners and no record of t-belt or water pump. Owner insists they never did it. From the looks of the parts I would agree. Only mild wear on cam lobes of 1 cylinder. Did the t-belt kit and pump, and customer is saving up to...
dude - punctuation so we can follow your thought process.
Now I really want to see what a humped tooth looks like ;)
If one of the spring clips pops off the pliers there's enough force to strike a spark just by hitting a metal part. I have seen that on the bigger clamps.