Yes I have put many into golfs before. They fit fine but you do need a engine lift and some patience. Its a long process and will take you the better part of a weekend.
It is important to know how much fluid to put into a cars engine. For a 1997 Jetta Vr6 needs about 5.3 quarts of engine oil.
As a direct drop-in, just another VR6.If you're willing to do a lot of work, you can put anything in there. You will have to replace the engine, radiator, transmission, position of the motor mounts...
did you use the ecu that was with the new engine as the engine setup would have been different.
put in a faster engine
Yes you can!! BOV for Golf GT 1.4 TSI Engine
No none of the vr6 were ever turbo charged from the factory. I mean you can put a turbo on them but they are all N/A which just means they dont have a forced induction system. They do make a twin turbo vr6 in Europe.
Yes you can. They can handle a super charger as well.
With a little welding you can put any engine in. However if there has been no modification to it, you can tell which engine went in it by checking the vin (on a tag on the door jamb side of the door. Once you find it this is a really good place to decode it http://www.ford-trucks.com/vin-decoder/index.php
You take the old pump off........ then you put the new pump on.
You will need to attach the alternator, with the retaining bolts, to your 1999 VW Jetta engine. Attached the wiring harness to the alternator. Put the serpentine belt on to the alternator. Attached the battery cables.
The golf game is unlocked when you are older.
Open the door, put in the elephant, and close the door.
That depends on how your door seals are! Just kidding. The most gasoline I have ever put in mine without running out is 14.3 gallons.
It was 1744 when golf has the first-known rules of golf were put down in writing in Edinburgh. Modern golf started that year and so on.
You can't but you can put them around the door.
yes you can!!
Put it in.
Open door, sit down, close door, put on seat belt, put right foot on the brake, put shift lever in park, turn ignition switch to the start position and start the engine, put shift lever in D, release foot from brake and put it on the accelerator, push accelerator and drive off.
i also own a 96 passat GLX VR6 and it is alot of work to change the alternator in a vr6 you pretty much have to take the front of the car off you need to remove the headlights to get to the raidator then you have to remove the radator to get to the alternator from there its a pretty simple process you need to remove the belt from the alternator then remove the bolts that hold it on and put the new one on and use a screwdriver to replace the belt onto your new alternator then you have to put the whole front of the car back on hope that helps