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...
Our 2002 wagon has had intermittent limp mode for a while with the charge negative
deviation code. I ran the operational N75 test and got zero vacuum after the N75.
The vacuum pump pulls down to 25" Hg so that's not it.
We'll see if a new N75 does the trick when it shows up next week, courtesy...
wildn, if you decide to tackle the TB on your own I have the needed special tools and
VCDS to adjust timing when you're done. You need to be to good with torquing, etc.
I've only had to do my TB once so far so I'm hardly an expert.
You may be better off taking it to AG Autowerks...