Mmmmm, my 1.8T rubber fuel lines were hard. Granted I would think they would be hard as they would have to withstand high pressure fuel running through them.I noticed my rubber fuel lines are very hard to squeeze, This normal? Car has been off for hours. I would think the return should at least have some give. anyone here squeeze there fuel lines? 2.0 AEG btw
Edit: checked my other car (also 2.0 AEG) and the OE lines were soft to squeeze. PUlled fuse 28 and started the car till it died. No change in feel. Pulled line apart and there was no pressure. Just a hard rubber line. I did replace them a while back. Maybe I ended up with something other than the 30r9 or whatever is the ethanol safe high pressure. So material issue if anything. feels like a rock, had me scared the pressure was way high.
Here is a pic of a 24VHi guys, I need a new serpentine belt for my 02 Golf GTi VR6 but I'm not sure if it's the 12V or 24V model. How can I find this information? Paperwork I have says the engine is 2.8L if that helps.
I can say there is a big difference between OE and the hard ones in my jetta. The OE in my golf are pretty soft. They are also 200k/20 years old though.Mmmmm, my 1.8T rubber fuel lines were hard. Granted I would think they would be hard as they would have to withstand high pressure fuel running through them.