Speaking of the washer fluid reservoir.....
The one in our cars holds so little fluid that I hear that stupid beep all the time and it makes me jump every time.
Anyone know of a source for the larger fluid reservoir? Tmtuning used to sell them but not sure where to get one now.
I recently did my own alignment on my car and it turned out great! BUT all
I had to do was adjust the toe. I believe most alignment shops will only adjust the toe. There is a shop in my town that specializes in alignments and they do set ups for a lot if track cars. See if you can find somebody...
They will probably work fine. I'm not sure where the factory frequency resistor things are but they are probably mounted on the speakers which you'll be removing. You will lose a bit of your imaging clarity but you might not really notice.
Yeah I moved both the front and back of the seat all the way down but that just makes me feel like I'm sliding off a beach ball. It must just be that the cushion is in relatively new shape. I'll have to camp out in my car for a few weeks and bounce up and down to break in the cushion.
Okay. Serious, SERIOUS question time!
Do power seats sit higher than manual seats?
I feel like I'm driving around sitting on a pool raft.
1. Power seats sit higher to accommodate the motors.
2. My Ass derived seat foam molding powers are just out of this world and my old seat...
Just finished installing my power driver's seat. Install went smoothly.
I hooked up Pin 3 to one of the 30amp locations with an inline 30 amp fuse.
I hooked up Pin 4 to the factory ground point behind the hood release pull.
I hooked up Pin 5 directly to the 75x post and used an inline 10 amp...
Quick question. I don't have a Bentley manual and I'm assuming the answer would be in there:
Why do the seats require two separate power sources? I'm assuming one powers the memory module and the other powers the motors. I'm referring to the 3-5 pins on the female power receptacle.
Figured out where the memory control module attaches to the underside of the seat.
Located all plugs and their relevant receptacles.
So I have everything in place under the seat and just need to wire it up.
If I simply plug in the airbag plug from my old seat, the heated seat plug from my...
After a little more digging I now realize that the module I have isn't the ccm but rather the seat memory module.
Where on the seat does it attach too? I'm assuming under the cover next to the seat switches. Unfortunately the seat was delivered to me in two pieces so I don't know how the...
I have a 2004 Jetta GLS with heated leather seats. Recently I purchased a power/heated leather seat from a 2002/3 jetta.
I've read through Flash9's post fairly thoroughly but I have a few simple questions:
With the seat I got what I believe is the CCM (part # 3B1 959 760 E).
1. Do I...
I used to know where one was but the link is on an old (and long dead) laptop.
Anyone know where an online parts diagram is for all VWs?
I need to replace a few parts and have to look at parts diagrams to find out what the parts numbers are.
The clips you are seeing in your car are probably the child seat restraint hooks.
GLX models came standard with a retractable screen the rolled out of the rear deck and hooked onto clips at the top of the C pillars.
To install one in your car you need a new rear deck panel, the roller blind...