Rear wheel bearings inspect and repack them.
Brake fluid flush it with DOT 4 Castrol LMA
I'm even anal enough to flush the power steering fluid, just make sure to use the right ****
Replace all the crumbly vacuum lines in the engine compartment. Don't use that cheap rubbish hose bought at vatozone or Krappens. The dealer has the right cloth braided **** for the job.
Yes i have a 2.0 and plus. I wouldn't want change the motor. Unless i have the money for a vr then that's a different story.
Okay so timing belt kit. Changing of the vac. Hoses. Maybe all hoses.
Flushing out all fluids possibly power steering.
And soon have to change my oil at 98k so ill also get my coolant changed.
replace the hoses while you do the coolant flush, instead of wasting that expensive vw coolant later down the road. might as well replace the air filter along with the fuel filter. and if you have the time knock out the heater core.
the heater core is such a hassel.. But its worth it. I guess. While I'm in that area. Which i believe its in the same area ill check my vents. Anywhere else i should check and replace? And its okay i don't have to worry about my windows fallin down. I got lucky with that and got manual windows. But it sucks trying to find black door cards.
I have beige doorcards. With couple scuffs. a whole in da passenger side.and the grab handles are cracking? Idk something ha. Bought the car with them. I'm trying to convert the inside with black cards, seats,center console, carpet, and the back thing that by the back windsheild
Water pump should be done with timing belt and while you're at it with coolant and oil drained replace the o-ring on top of the oil cooler. It can be done without draining coolant but is much easier if you can disconnect the two hoses.
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