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Oh.. Ok then. hehe saves me some time on that one... thanks.
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Thx a million!! I just replaced my front and rear brakes and find that the pedal pressure returned after bleeding the brakes; HOWEVER as soon as I turned the engine on the pedal became super-soft again.

I was told the booster may be bad and I logged in to find out more info. Thanks to you I NOW KNOW where the booster is!!!
when you bleed the breaks you need someone inside of the car pressing the break peddle while you open the bleed valve. have the person inside pump the breaks a couple of times while the bleed valve is open, the last time they press the break keep it held down until you close the valve then repeat until there is no air left in the lines.
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Need held to identify the speed sensor. I think I have a clue but not sure. Any help would be appreciated!!!
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which speed sensor? Engine or vehicle?
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I think its the engine... My speedometer will cut out then start acting normal then stop working its so frustrating. same with my gas gauge.
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That would be your vehicle speed sensor, your engine speed sensor measures RPM's. I dont think its a problem with your sensor if your gas gauge is acting up as well. Could be a problem with the gauge itself. Pull out the gauge and check all the connections.
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Will do. Thanks for your help man!!!
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Go nuts, thats what i did. Im not buying a 40$ plastic hose, thats ludacris. My fuel hose has help up just fine. The only problem you will run into is trying to connect it to the breather valve on the cylinder head. Leave a little bit of plastic hose at that end then connect new hose to it. You'll see what im talking about if look there.
I had the same problem except it was $70 from the vw dealer, I jerry rigged the old one but am considering having one made out of steel at a machine shop. I think that would take care of the problem forever.
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something like this i need for my 1400 cc 60 hp , code ABD 44 1992 model
where can i find?
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Not sure we dont get that engine in North America.
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Not sure we dont get that engine in North America.

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96 Golf GL, 2.0L. Just changed thermostat and temp seems to get to middle of gauge and stay there. Idling the rad fan does not seem to cycle on. Want to check the fan circuit, on my VR6 the fan switch was on the side of the rad, in the 2.0L diagrams I can't find it. Does the rad fan work off the temp sensor and the relays under the expansion tank, or does it have its own switch?

OK, found it on the middle left side of the radiator, same as always. Just making sure there are no leaks before I flush the system and switch whatever green, muddy stuff is in there now to G12.

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Yeah its the same as VR6. My fans didnt turn on after my thermostat replacement as well because i still had air in my system. Burped it all out and the fans worked.
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Hey I know this dosent have the relays included but my car is acting like the neutral safety switch has gone out and I'm looking for the main relay. My bently manual talked about it but it isnot listed on the relay panel under the dash. Appreciate any help.

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