If this was a MkV or VI I would agree some of that, but my experience with MkIV is there is not much wiggle room shifting sub-frame to balance that amount of cross camber. I would obviously try first, but I still think there is more tweaked suspension parts in there causing that camber.
True, but FWD toes out when power is applied, more so when car is accelerating, but even when hold a constant speed. So that becomes -.04 or even -.1. That's why spec is slightly toed in, to counter act normal toe out during load and acceleration. The end goal is neutral toe at operation...
What the heck kind of alignment was that??? Over a degree of cross camber - we have less cross camber cause substantial pull. And why did you go from massive toe in to slight toe out?
Toe out makes for sharper turn in (term?) for auto cross while being "squirrelly" normal driving on the...
We see those a lot during summer. Usually find out customer never checked tire pressure. Even with TPMS systems that people ignore. Running a tire on a Jetta spec 36PSI at 15-20 PSI long enough and the rubber gets hot and degrades - and does that.
On a side note - even if pressure is correct...
Ironically my "free" Jetta is a 2.5L and it passed up the TDIs in the total miles club. Only car I've had with more miles was a Sirocco with 756K miles.
Have though of a couple conversion ideas, but funds are always a problem. 2.5TSI or 2.0TDI 4Motion
In the mean time I'll keep running the...
We had a work p/u that still has the original plate (well close to) on it - 1951 GMC 2500. My 1978 Scout still has it's original lic plate front and back. Both are from California and the only reason the '51 would not be original is back then they issued new plates, then metal tabs each...
Off the top of my head - some CCM require a reset for coding to take effect. You may have to lock it for a hour and try again. Or disconnect battery for 1/2 hour and retry. Sometimes these CCMs don't like change.
No need to remove the outer joint from the axle to replace inner.
So, you left the axle in the knuckle and removed the whole assembly?? And what, just pulled axle out of inner joint and let it hang? At that point just take the inner joint center piece of the axle and slide the boot on. If...
Ideal is around 30 PSI low side and depending on car and how hot it is outside between 150 and 250 high side (though 180 is a good number in 80*F weather out of direct sunlight).
Standing pressure (car/AC not running, will be close to ambient temperature. BUUUUUUUT, soon as you start the car...
VW changed the connector from early designs with the metal clip to later version all plastic, but the compressor is basically the same. So some after market places sell one version with an adaptor to fit older cars.
Not camber so much as total toe/thrust angle, but I do try to shift the mounts on rear axle beam cars to point them straight. But there is only so much you can (or should) do before just replacing the damaged axle.
Unless something has changed just order by VIN and it will come coded to you existing key. Unless you already changed lock cylinders, then it will be coded to the original key.
But I see the plastic tab that is part of the "key in ignition" function break and jam up the lock cylinder. Hope its...
Just got RUG this morning @$3.43/g and D2 was selling at $3.71/g in PSL Florida. BTW premium was selling at $3.83/g. This is at Sam's Club. Local stations around it are selling RUG @$3.55 to 3.65 and D2 about $4
Not to complicate the alarm honk any more, but mine was the radio - it shares the hood latch circuit to the CCM so reads as hood latch trigger. Had to remember to smack the radio every couple months.