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FINALLY have something that resembles an exhaust system, im poor and needed to do something on the cheap.

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When the motor is going down in revs it sounds awful.
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All the poping and shit? I think my bad o2 sensor is causing that. Got new one on order. I also got some wiggling sqeeky sound in my head At idle. Its still a miles ton better then it was when i bought this evil mk4 sitting parked barely running on its own.
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Just slaped some new cheap ass car quest rotors on the back with new jasper pad. Old shit finally broke. Thing actually stops now. Not sure why the handbrake is not fuctioning as it should
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Probably just the cables came off the yoke inside the console. If one comes off it loosens enough to drop the other, but will work like garbage for a while first.
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Cables are fine. I think it could be the lever where the cable connects on the right cal is pretty sticky. Gonna look at it when we do brakes in school next week. Post a few pics of my brake work i did when i gets home. Lost a pad and only had te backing and destroyed the rotor so i did both sides for good mesure.
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doing working getting ready for a new rad, new thermostate, new motor mounts, plugs and im gonna joey the lights finally since then bumper is off and the lights are out.

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Works all done also had to replace a rear cal.
Had a seized thereo housing bolt. Evil prick.






Didnt bother with the joey mod. Wanted to drive. Its been a month.
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Thread title still strikes me as being odd since it's not a wagon, but it's your thread!

Keep up the work!
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Id changed it to " the peice of shit that pisses me off but still love build" buts thats long. Haha and it is a volks"wagon". She pulls mich better on wot now and shifts much much better. hope for a career in automotive yea. Done schholl for it in june
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already graduated outta tech school and got all my certifications.. the hardest part is getting into the dealership as a dealer mechanic, thats where the money is at.

also look forward to a life of lower back pain and broken knuckles and in general alot of pain... been wrenching on cars for almost 10 years now and my back kills every day but i push thru it.
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I love "doin work" pictures.
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lol me too
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Yea im 30. Iveas a hardcore skateboarder. Im alrdy always in pain from that and yup me poor ol back today. Hehe. Vw dealer here is looking for an apprientice. Thats my goal. Fix euros
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