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VANAGON archives – March 2017, week 4

Table of contents:

  1. 2.1L WBX - Turns well but no fire.

  2. 2.1L engine won't fire

  3. Another business opportunity! (Friday, NVC)

  4. Another propane leak!

  5. Both temp light and gauge not working

  6. Engine died after a mysterious "BOOM!"

  7. FS: Vanagon front seat upgrade - pair of grey Stow-n-go Chrysler 2nd row seats

  8. Front cot

  9. Front top shock bushing needed PN# 251-411-130

  10. Fuel Injector Service

  11. Hatchback struts

  12. It's Alive!

  13. NVC - Bendix Fluxgate Compass System parts needed

  14. Oil Pump Puller

  15. Rear side marker light experiment

  16. Reimo seats for 1982 vanagon

  17. Resolution of propane woes

  18. Stuck on CA highway 5 near Bakersfield, need a starter for an '87 Vanagon 2.1 Automatic

  19. Test 4

  20. Vans for sale. Negotiable.

  21. Westy propane tank fill valve fix

  22. Where's the other end of my broken ground strap?

  23. Zoltan retires

  24. advice on new propane tank

  25. cheap '87 full westy in NJ - 5 grand

  26. dash tray...

  27. seat upholstery removal tip request

  28. seatupholstery removal tip request

  29. vanagon Digest - 21 Mar 2017 to 22 Mar 2017 - Special issue (#2017-97)

  30. heard of them
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