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VANAGON archives – March 2016, week 3

Table of contents:

  1. 5 Cly. Eurovan Coil Intermittent Failure PICS

  2. Aftermarket bumpers

  3. Carat

  4. Carat new engine locked up

  5. Cross country trip

  6. Door seal question

  7. Ever added up your receipts?

  8. Frydae Fun: Restoration Week 4

  9. Fwd: Hesitation while driving (manual)

  10. Fwd: anyone know about cap city vanagons

  11. Go Westy heater valve

  12. GoWesty heater valve--it just works

  13. Heater Valves

  14. Heater hoses under van

  15. Hose cover at top of rear hatch

  16. Model year question on 90/91 Vanagons

  17. Redline MT 90 Gear Oil

  18. Slow cranking with fully charged battery

  19. Smelly dirty vanagons ..

  20. Starter

  21. The Story of One Door

  22. Tiptronic-Modification now public Domain

  23. Tranmission R & R

  24. Vanagon parts ...

  25. Vanagon sucks!

  26. cheap '85 Westy....3500 bucks

  27. late vanagon armrest repair

  28. my Carat

  29. rare single person middle seat, for sale in SoCal $150

  30. skylight seal

  31. vanagon Digest - 13 Mar 2016 to 14 Mar 2016 - Special issue (#2016-42)

  32. vanagon doors and hatches for sale, and gas tanks
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