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1986 Volkswagen Cabriolet Engine Oil Filler Cap Febi

P311-195F830    W0133-1962763  New

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Febi Engine Oil Filler Cap
Brand: Febi
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1986 - Volkswagen Cabriolet
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1987 Volkswagen Cabriolet Engine Oil Drain Plug Gasket CRP

P311-0AF200F    W0133-1644359  New

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CRP Engine Oil Drain Plug Gasket
  • M14 x 20mm
  • 14x20mm Copper
Brand: CRP
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1987 - Volkswagen Cabriolet
Victor Reinz
1990 Volkswagen Cabriolet Engine Oil Pump Pickup Tube Gasket Victor Reinz

P311-2B0137B    W0133-1736662  New

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Victor Reinz Engine Oil Pump Pickup Tube Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • O-Ring, 20 x 3.15mm
  • O-Ring - 20 x 3.15mm
Brand: Victor Reinz
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1990 - Volkswagen Cabriolet
APA/URO Parts
1993 Volkswagen Cabriolet Engine Coolant Hose C-Clip Retainer APA/URO Parts

P311-13029B3    W0133-1733681  New

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APA/URO Parts Engine Coolant Hose C-Clip Retainer
  • Hose Flange, Temperature Sensor & Plug
Brand: APA/URO Parts
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1993 - Volkswagen Cabriolet
FAG
1987 Volkswagen Cabriolet Wheel Bearing FAG

P311-3B38F7A    W0133-2033095  New

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FAG Wheel Bearing
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 29mm I.D.
Brand: FAG
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1987 - Volkswagen Cabriolet
FAG
1988 Volkswagen Cabriolet Wheel Bearing FAG

P311-3B38F7A    W0133-2033095  New

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FAG Wheel Bearing
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 29mm I.D.
Brand: FAG
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1988 - Volkswagen Cabriolet
FAG
1986 Volkswagen Cabriolet Differential Pinion Bearing FAG

P311-3B38F7A    W0133-2033095  New

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FAG Differential Pinion Bearing
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 29mm I.D. - End
Brand: FAG
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1986 - Volkswagen Cabriolet Manual
FAG
1988 Volkswagen Cabriolet Differential Pinion Bearing FAG

P311-3B38F7A    W0133-2033095  New

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FAG Differential Pinion Bearing
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 29mm I.D. - End
Brand: FAG
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1988 - Volkswagen Cabriolet
Febi
1989 Volkswagen Cabriolet Engine Coolant Hose Flange Plug Febi

P311-3F8D4E0    W0133-1644310  New

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Febi Engine Coolant Hose Flange Plug
  • Use This Plug to Seal Unused Coolant Ports
  • May require (1) 032 121 142 C Clip Retainer and (1) N 903 168 02 Coolant Pipe O-Ring.
Brand: Febi
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1989 - Volkswagen Cabriolet
CRP
1989 Volkswagen Cabriolet Windshield Washer Pump Grommet CRP

P311-297EA1E    W0133-1644229  New

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CRP Windshield Washer Pump Grommet
  • Windshield Pump
Brand: CRP
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brakes, rough engine

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Question From mkinsey7 on brakes, rough engine

1990 Volkswagen Cabriolet, 4 cyl


My brakes are not working right, my engine is running rough; I believe it is the brake power booster. How can I test it before I spend $150 on a new one?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Pinch off the vacuum hose going to it and see if the engine straightens out.

85 cabriolet suspected fuel problem

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Question From elwood73 on 85 cabriolet suspected fuel problem

Here's the story:

In may I purchased an 85 volkswagen cabriolet. It had been sitting for about 3 months but ran fine (supposedly) before I purchased it. At $800 how could I go wrong? Well it wouldnt start, I suspected the fuel pump and had it replaced with a used one. It ran fine after that... for a week or so. Then I noticed it would stumble upon accelerating after shifting. This got progressively worse. The mechanic I took it to filtered the gas because it apprently had some junk in it and changed the fuel filter. Fine, she runs OK for another week or so and it starts happening again. It worsened quicker this time and eventually it would stumble all the time, jerking back and forth and stalling. So I take it back to the mechanic, he filters the gas again (apparently the gas is still full of gunk) and changes the pump in the tank itself. OK, it runs ok for another week or 2 and it starts happening again. I take it back, still junk in the tank so I have the tank completely redone and the fuel injectors changed. I picked it up today and barely made it home. It's stumbling again upona cceleration after shifting and like always I suspect it will get worse to the point of jerking back and forth all the time. Where do I go from here? (Besides a different mechanic) Essentially my whole fuel system has been redone. The distributor and plug wires are quite new so I don't suspect that.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Bet the car sat a lot longer than three months or did at some time. Fuel can go bad. Actually the fuel is pretty stabil - the additives are not. There are some strong solvents out there that have helped me with fuel problems. I've seen the junk in old gas - in a gas can - it looked like little red BBs of jelly. That will screw things up.

The fuel filter can only hold so much junk. A fuel pressure test at engine, solvents and another fuel filter would be my next approach.

How did this mechanic so called "filter the fuel"?

I've had great luck with a solvent that breaks up gummy stuff in gas called "SeaFoam" and I've only seen that one at NAPA. Another with a good reputation is a product by Chevron in a black bottle - the exact name escapes me.

I hope this wasn't foul play like someone putting junk in your tank! Expect to replace your fuel filter again and hopefully after a few tanks of new fuel this will go away. The filter should be protecting your injectors. T

Response From elwood73

Hi, thanks for the reply. The last thing I had done to the car was to have the tank removed and completely redone inside... removing the rust and partucles and what not. The dirty gas that was in the engine at the time was not put back in. I put fresh gas in it right after picking it up so I suspect there is another problem here. Another interesting aspect of this story is that my car runs just fine for about 15-20 minutes after I pick it up from the mechanic, I can short shift from first to second and just nail the gas and it responds right away. However, after a few minutes, the trouble begins.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hi,

If rust was found inside the gas tank it's junk and needs to go. I don't think you could win that battle. -- without a new tank. Just my opinion. Even so you will need a fuel filter - perhaps more than once as said.

Hey - you once said you wern't sure of the mechanics. Just have to say that if I worked on a car in all good faith as always that if what I did fixed it - I would consider it done in most cases. If I wasn't sure I'd be talking to you about it.

Sorry this crap has happened to you. If you think a new mechanic is the answer go for it. There's only so much you can do with a keyboard. Let us and the world know how you make out as we like to know and others will read this world wide, T