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VANAGON archives – September 2014, week 3

Table of contents:

  1. "VW" Stamp on Long Coolant Pipes Means they're original?

  2. 88 Vanagon parts

  3. 88 van - 2.1 L WBX

  4. A few pics from Westies at Watkins 2014

  5. Air Bubble?

  6. Audi rotors instead of SA discs?

  7. BTU rating of Westfalia stove burners?

  8. Brake Booster - 1991 Carat

  9. Brake booster and ECU

  10. Cooling Fan - '91 Carat

  11. ECU - 1988 Van

  12. ECU: burned parts. PICS (Jetta Engine in Vanagon)

  13. EVAP pres

  14. Floppy mirror + contact cement

  15. Friday - nice unimog for sale in victoria

  16. Hard steering when van not moving

  17. Mystery Mouse

  18. Mystery Mouse now an Ex-mouse

  19. Poor shifting: air-cooled Westy

  20. Power Mirrors

  21. Quick throttle body re-bush

  22. Rear bearings and grease question

  23. Rearview mirror

  24. Replaced the axle seal

  25. Silverwood Lake

  26. Where to purchase oil analysis kit

  27. Wire gauge for the shielded wire for the O2 signal

  28. Wire gauge for the shielded wire for the O2 signal?

  29. need automatic 1.9 coolant bleeder valve

  30. will I need to bleed-replacing 1.9 hose junction/bleeder
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