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  1. Jetta/GLI VI
    Hello VWvortexers! Long-time lurker and VW fan. Doing the timing belt job and decided to remove the camshaft sprocket to replace the seals but then realized there are a bunch of specialized tools that are being recommended for the job... and the same for the crankshaft seal. I have a 2011...
  2. New Beetle & New Beetle Convertible
    2004 vw conv, 1.8l turbo, 170xxx miles. Needing help because I am running out of ideas. Currently the codes I have are p0016, p0300, p0301, and p0302. Originally had 2 misfire codes and the crankshaft position sensor code, which went away after replacing. Things I have replaced: oil pump...
  3. Golf V & Jetta V
    My golf starts to idle rough when the outside temperature falls below 0° C (or 32° F). It threw out a fault code regarding G28 Crankshaft position sensor. Here is data from VCDS: 1 Fault found 16719 - Crankshaft Position Sensor (G28) P0335 - 009 - Malfunction - Intermittent The...
  4. Volkswagen News Blog
    Mindfulness. Yoga. Self-care. All seek to heal your soul and one of them sounds like a pretty dirty euphemism, but none is as effective as this 14 minute video of a Volkswagen crankshaft being forged, all shot on an organic, GMO-free, sustainably farmed potato. Sure, Mindfulness and meditation...
  5. Engine Classifieds
    Time to unload a few spares.. This crankshaft has had the following performed on it. 1. Cryo treated 2. REM surface treatment 3. Balanced 4. Oil shedding coating on the counterweights (reduces windage) I have silly money in this for a spare high boost engine that will never get built (the...
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