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VANAGON archives – June 2017, week 1

Table of contents:

  1. 1.8t motor confirm my suspicions

  2. Blindspots sensors

  3. Braided coolant hose - red strip - where to get it??

  4. Brake Adjuster Push Rods '84 Vanagon

  5. Don't yell at me but I tried led H4

  6. Finally saw another one

  7. Follow Up: Thumping from Tires (?)

  8. Fwd: testing

  9. Hatchback struts

  10. Interesting syncro seen in Mexico

  11. List archives have problems w. encoded email formats. Set your email program to plain ASCII text

  12. Looking for diesel vanagon water pump pulley and shims

  13. My Son needs YOUR help in getting his Dad's van back on the road

  14. Mysterious Hard Plastic Tube- 2.1 L WBX.

  15. No Start & Sliding door handle'

  16. Protect PTFE AN8 hose from heat

  17. Recommend a good tire pressure gauge?

  18. Synthetic oil test by AAA

  19. Thanks to Dennis Haynes! Gearbox rebuilt!

  20. Troubled with my Westy 1988 clutch slave cylinder

  21. best way to install a killer switch

  22. experience using Mocal Thermostatic Sandwich Adapter (Oil Thermostat), Type 4 Engines (-8AN Tight Clearance Fittings), MOC-SP1TM18

  23. rear window

  24. testing

  25. vanagon Digest - 3 Jun 2017 to 4 Jun 2017 - Special issue (#2017-215)
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