Looking for recommendations on tools to buy for working on VAG cars. Currently have a '12 Audi A3 TDI and looking to buy a MK8 Golf once the market cools off a bit.
Listing what I know, it's typically:
Triple Square Bits/Sockets
Torx Bits/Drivers (incl. inverse torx sockets)
The home mechanic is a dying breed – and that’s a darn shame, if you ask us. Everyone should get to experience the satisfaction of fixing or modifying their own Volkswagen, and many routine maintenance jobs are so easy that you could save a significant amount of money for very little time and...
As a new Mk6 GTI owner, I am looking forward to tinkering on my car and adding mods but this is my first time modifying a car so I don't own any basic tools, does anyone have recommendations on a kit I should buy that should cover most needs? I was looking at this one but I'm not sure...
I need to replace the 12v socket on my 01 Cabrio. I really don’t want to try my luck and damage the interior using some sort of other method. But I need a VAG socket puller from my understanding, (Puller -T 40148) anyone had any luck with renting them out? I know you can probably...
Trying to pull the heater hose and heater core together on a 2010 VW cc 2.0T. I’ve watched many videos and it seems the heater core should easily slip right on to the heater hose. My old heater core was a beast to remove. Tried putting on this new heater core however it is so tight and difficult...
No desire to split these up.
ARP billet tapered piston ring compressors machined to sit flush on a VR6. Will work for ANY VR6 engine.
Piston ring file - Very little use, stone is still in great shape.
Cylinder hone - Snapon/Bluepoint.
$260 shipped in CONUS.
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