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VANAGON archives – September 2015, week 2

Table of contents:

  1. Air lift best rear spring bags

  2. Automatic vs Manual trans. ( Friday )

  3. Bamboo Westy mats

  4. Buying a Eurovan in Quebec

  5. Cougar and my westy. Friday.

  6. Faint coolant smell

  7. Highway driving

  8. Idea for Mud Extraction

  9. Intermittent hot start problem

  10. Intermittent hot start problem - check all connections!

  11. Looking For Repair Shop In Orlando, FL. NVC New Beetle

  12. Looking for a project or two?

  13. Muffker weld- non Vanagon

  14. My 'new' Westfalia in Hungary

  15. Oil cooler R&R

  16. Replacing Thermostat... and gas mileage

  17. Rough Idle troubleshooting need

  18. Sliding Door

  19. Sliding door threshold

  20. Thermostats...question(s)

  21. Van-O-Rama #15 tomorrow 9/13/15

  22. Vanagon Outing in SF bay area

  23. Vanalong for Sale (Stretch Vanagon)

  24. Westfalia dimensions

  25. Where is temperature sensor & why does needle drop when heater is on?

  26. [WetWesties] The Vanagon cooling system.. it's counterintuitive.. (long post)

  27. bouncing tach

  28. engine compartment perimeter coolant rail

  29. sliding door stop

  30. vanagon Digest - 10 Sep 2015 to 11 Sep 2015 - Special issue (#2015-319)
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