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After a lot of contemplation I’ve decided to sell my Volkswagen and my Harley to purchase gasbuddy map an adventure bike for an upcoming move to the Southwest. Please read the entire ad and see photos before contacting me. I am happy to answer any questions you may have over the phone or by email. It’s been a great car for me, and I hope you electricity quiz grade 9 like it. It has a clean title, in my name, in my hand. Cash only, unless you have a well-maintained BMW R1200GS for trade. I’m not always on the forum, so the best way to reach me is by email or phone. (503) 544-9468; john.q.rogers@gmail k electric jobs.com.

2002 Volkswagen Jetta GLS TDI wagon, 1.9 liter ALH engine, black leather interior, Malone tuned with upgraded turbo/intercooler/clutch, etc. 5-speed, reflex silver, approximately 117k miles. No accidents. I get around 40 MPG. All power functions work (heated seats, windows 100 gas vs 10 ethanol, doors, air conditioning, sunroof, etc.), with the exception of the leveling function of the OE HID headlamps.

Black leather interior, OE Recaro heated front seats, brushed aluminum trim, R32 driver-side rear view mirror, Japanese market passenger-side (smaller) rear view mirror (base plate swapped); OE blacked out HID headlamps with 6k bulbs; shaved hood with Bonrath badgeless grill; shark-fin style antenna from VW Phaeton spliced into factory wiring; 18×8 Audi npower electricity power cut TT ALMS wheels with 225/40R18 tires; Audi TT pedal, brake, clutch, and dead-pedal set electricity in water; rubber Jetta Monster floor mats plus original carpet mats; amplifier installed for subwoofer; mufflerectomy; beefy steel oil pan skid plate from Mk4 2.0 installed; stubby headrests; leather Momo shifter; Omori boost gauge; Diesel Geek short shift kit; HR front sway bar; Autotech strut bar; replica anniversary side electricity for refrigeration heating and air conditioning 9th edition pdf skirts in black; Touareg rear emblem … I’m sure I’m missing a few things.

At 84,000 miles the original VNT15 turbo failed on the freeway. Immediately pulled over, stopped, and dropped the clutch in 5th electricity for beginners pdf to stall and save the engine. Got a tow to the local VW shop to have the engine checked. No damage to timing belt, valves, or engine. Time for a new turbo… and an upgrade. The following were ordered new from suppliers and installed by myself and my neighbor (professional diesel mechanic electricity explained) (I’ll give you the receipts if you’d like):

Paint is not in the greatest shape, especially the rear quarter panels. The original owner was into customization, and had the car featured in Performance VW magazine in 2007. Fenders are stretched, which required new paint. Previous owner had 10 rear wheels gas city indiana police department at the time, which rubbed on the fenders resulting in some minor damage. See photos. I can take more if you’d like; just ask. I contemplated having the car ‘dipped’ or painted but never got around to it.

Leather on the two front seats electricity meme has some damage, and the driver seat has a tear on the left bolster. I accidentally electricity magnetism and electromagnetism left the windows cracked during a rain storm, and the resulting water seemed to cause these problems. As a result of the rain, both seats have some stiff/rough patches, and the small tear separated a bit. I tried to photograph the best I could. I contemplated getting some black sheepskin covers but never got around to it.

I’ve had an intermittent e 87 gasoline check-engine light for the past couple of months. It comes and goes; more goes than comes. VCDS tells me it is a throttle position sensor. I can send the log if you’re interested. Nothing urgent, and I don’t have a great place gas vs diesel engine to work on it right now so I’ve just left it. I only drive on the weekends to run errands.

Registration with the state of Texas expired at the end of January. I have the passing emissions report on hand dated 1/25, but figure it isn’t worth me paying registration for a year only to sell it a week later and for you to pay registration again, giving the state twice the money. Maybe there is a problem with that? Not that I can think of, but electricity laws physics let me know if you know otherwise and I’ll update the tag.