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  1. CC
    2010 VW CC 2.0 TSI M/T I recently removed my engine to repair bent valves due to a timing chain tensioner fault. I also upgraded the clutch and flywheel. But I have no idea how to run coolant, transmission fluid, power steering fluid ect. back through the vehicle correctly once the motor is...
  2. CC
    Hey all, I am having the following issue. So the other day as I was just getting to my home, the coolant light came on in my CC. It said that it was low. So I opened up the hood and noticed that there was coolant all over, underneath the hood. IT was like if something had busted, causing the...
  3. Golf IV & Jetta IV
    So I’m doing work on my Golf right now to install a Schimmel Performance short runner intake which requires I relocate a LOT of vacuum lines. In the process of doing that I’ve also removed my AC system since it didn’t work to begin with and my SAI because why not. My first question is what do...
  4. Golf IV & Jetta IV
    I was wondering if there was any way to simplify the engine bay of a vr6 mk4? Is there anything you can delete to make everything else easier to work on? Are there throttle body’s you can buy that don’t have coolant houses ran to it? Can you delete the air pump, what purpose does it have, if...
  5. CC
    Ive got 2010 2.0 with about 120K miles. During the summer months I have had issues with the car overheating. Now while the car is moving, it will stay at the normal operating temperature. But while stuck in traffic or waiting at a light, it tends to start running hot. Before it would go all the...
  6. Tiguan (PQ35)
    hello! I have a VW Tiguan 2011. My coolant started leaking as shown in the picture below and I have no idea what’s wrong with it. Please help and let me know if it’s an easy fix. Thank you!a
  7. Corrado Parts
    Both items are new $40shipped for both items, within 48 connected states IMG_2234 by LouisFCO, on Flickr IMG_2235 by LouisFCO, on Flickr
  8. Volkswagen News Blog
    The coolant hose flange is located on the driver side of the cylinder head and connects the radiator hoses to the cylinder head. The factory flange is constructed from plastic and overtime begins to warp and crack leading to coolant leaks. Until now your only option was to replace the factory...
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