The pith display can be rotated 90 degrees should the turntable be used as a standard setup or battle style. This works on the TTX, TTX1 and TTXUSB as the manual seems to be lacking information.
Very simple do-it-yourself instructions for replacing the valve cover gasket on Volkswagen 2.0L AEG engines to help seal vacuum and oil leaks. Includes Jetta, Golf, and GTI.
Quick tutorial on how to make your Technics sl1200 platter shine brighter than new. Using common household products.
Transmission flush DIY for all VW cars on the MKIV platform using Pennzoil synchromesh. 17mm and specialty bit # XZN16MH are used depending if your car is a GLI 20th or standard MKIV.
My new Jetta MKIV 2.0L had some serious brake issues going on. But they were easier to fix than I thought they would be.
Here is a way to take the cheap Bosch oxygen sensor #15718, made for Ford cars, and use it on your 2.0 L Volkswagen engine. This is an old trick on the MKIII engine but has not been tried on the MKIV.
The braided hose that is connected to the fuel pressure regulator (FPR) is a common spot for vacuum leaks on 1.8T cars. Your FPR itself can also get clogged and stuck.
List of DIY's for Jetta GTI Golf Passat 1.8t 2.0l VR6 cars of the Audi A4 platform. All diys include part and tool numbers. fluid flush, brakes, O2 sensors, MAF & TB cleaning, Spark plugs and cheap mods, the more I have...
DIY for changing the valve cover, half moon seal, and cam tensioner gasket on VW Audi 1.8t jetta, gti, golf A4 cars. great for polishing and fixing vacuum leaks.
How to remove and replace the fuel filter to help with rough idle, lack of performance or low fuel pressure. For VW MKIV, Jetta, GTI, and Audi A4.
DIY guide for installing a boost gauge and wiring in a VW MKIV Jetta, Golf GTI, or New Beetle.
Easy way to remove warning decals printed on your vw/ audi sunvisor.
DIY on how to remove replace your boot and shift knob as well as cut the shift rod for a homemade short throw shifter for MKIV MK4 Audi/VW
DIY to remove Intake manifold on 1.8t VW audi cars. Jetta, GTI GOLF, A4 and B5. Replace old gasket that is causing vacuum leak. Or removing Intake for polishing. 028-129-717 part # MS96151
How to fix or replace broken wire harness clips or plugs on all VW and Audi cars: 1.8T Jetta, GTI, Golf MK4, and Audi B5 and B6. You can use a special tool or a paper clip!
DIY on changing out your coolant temperature sensor that can lead to rough idle and a number of other problems. This DIY works for Audi and VW across the board depending on year.
All 17 Race Modified cars, prices, pictures and tunes for Gran Turismo 5, GT5.
A very straightforward and simple job. This DIY covers how to change the tie rod in Jetta, GTI, Golf 1.8T, and MKIV. The tools needed and the tie-rod part number.
Driftwood is a pleasurable add to any freshwater aquarium. It gives the feel of nature, and the tank a natural look. When you look deep into an aquarium filled with live plants and real wood your mind slips reality and...
A quick DIY with part number for fixing a broken back seat latch for VW, Jetta, Golf, GTI, MKIV
Replace the light bulb inside the climate control/heater knob in your MKIV, Jetta, Golf, Gti, Beetle, or Audi.
Clean and replace the throttle body for VW and Audi 1.8T engines, to cure rough idle and carbon build-up.
DIY for Jetta, Golf, GTI, Passat, New Beetle, A4 on cleaning or replacing the MAF (mass air flow) sensor. Step-by-step pictures, part numbers, and tools required for the job.
I have had a lot of friends asking how I keep my aquarium plants so green and healthy. The trick is to have good lighting (around 1.5w per gallon) and carbon dioxide to help your plants grow when that good lighting...
As I sit here after my big holiday feast, munching on cookies while washing them down with a 40oz of Steel Reserve and a smooth breath of Pall Mall between every bite, I realize something. Something that I realized...
DIY on how to change spark plugs and coils on VW jetta, GTI, and Golf 1.8t; also Audi TT and A4 1.8 engines. BKR7E & BKR6E 6962 & 4644.
There is no cure for eczema, but there are some effective home remedies out there. My favorite is apple cider vinegar, a cheap and effective remedy that's been around for hundreds of years.
Good ole' Cl time wasters. I get at least 10 emails a day of "is this item still available". Please call me at "blank", so i can waste my time leaving a message. People have no morals or accountability anymore. Every...