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VANAGON archives – September 2014, week 4

Table of contents:

  1. 85 Vanagon Parts in San Diego

  2. Bunch Of Parts For Sale

  3. Bus Life Music Video

  4. Coolant Pump: wear at case

  5. DIY vanagon cover for storage?

  6. Does your Vanagon have a hole in right wheel well?

  7. Engine Shudders -2.1L WBX.

  8. Fwd: Re: Ignition - 2.1L wasserboxer, 1991 Carat

  9. Ignition - 2.1L wasserboxer, 1991 Carat

  10. License Plate Light Socket Housings

  11. On going Oxygen sensor issues...

  12. Rearview mirror

  13. Removed windows...

  14. Rubber

  15. Some kind of cleaner/restorative for brown auto shift handle?

  16. Spark plugs - 2.l L

  17. Syncro 91- repair resources-Los Angeles

  18. Timing - 1991 Carat, 2.1 L wbx, auto-tranny

  19. Tool for removing sliding window latch?

  20. Tool for removing sliding window latch? Now parts NLA

  21. Turn signal weirdness

  22. VW Shop Reviews at

  23. Vanagon Rescue Squad help?

  24. WBX Oil Filler Metal Pipe Rust

  25. [NVC] Need someone to cut some threads

  26. [WetWesties] Re: [Syncro] Bunch Of Parts For Sale

  27. difference's between model years

  28. factory front carpet and sound deadening FS Tampa FL

  29. re-use WBX Coolant Hose Spring Clamps?

  30. split pushrod tubes

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