1991 was the last year that VW brought in Vanagons to the US. In 1993 the Vanagon was replaced by the Eurovan until 2003 when VW stopped importing them as well to the US.
sorry bro l cant trpe it in
tires are 14"
The VW Vanagon is the third in the line of the Volkswagen Transporters. It is classified as a van and has either rear wheel drive or four wheel drive.
Under the back seat
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Volkswagen Vanagon Official Factory Repair Manual Bently Publishers.com
Spark plug gap is .028
Find the leak and fix it.
The VW Vanagon Westfalia was a van made by Volkswagen. It was a combination of a van and a camper, which included a cooking area and table which converts for sleeping. It was able to seat up to 6 persons.
4.8 quarts after a filter change.
Here you go: http://www.vanagonparts.com/fuse_panel_86to91.html This covers 86' thru 91" VW Vanagon fuse boxes
It is a large slotted screw located on the throttle body.
Right in front, to the left. Under the A/C if you have one.
For a 1.9L WATER COOLED, IT'S 1-4-3-2
The 1985 VW linkage has adjusting swivel nuts on each end of the linkage. Turn the swivel nuts to lengthen or shorten the linkage.
Our shop foreman recommends the Bosch W7DTCs for both the Digijet (1.9L) and the Digifant (2.1L) EFI systems. Originally, VW called for Bosch W7CC0, if I recall correctly. These plugs are obsolete, or nearly so. I have the W7DTCs in my 1984 VW Vanagon Westalia.
Prayer, lots of prayer....
I have an 86 VW Vanagon and just installed 6x9s in that spot but be sure to use speaker covers so as not to damage the cones by kicking them while going in and out.
The tank needs to be lowered down and the top seals replaced.
Yes. It's on the positive side of the coil.
check your book that came with the van...i used 20-50 during the summer time...
5 degrees +/- 1 degree BTDC @ around 2300 RPM, with coolant sensor disconnected.