i would suggest if you havnt done one before then don't do it, they are pretty straight but not for someone who hasn't done a cambelt change before cos if you don't line the pulleys up right you will bend the valves so i would let someone else do it for you.
mk3 fiestas dont have a timing belt it is done by a chain tis chain will probably outlast the engine however if the timing is lost the chain is lose and is a big job to change it best looking for new engine it will be easier to change engines wja
You can find a Golf GTI MK3 for purchase at your local certified Volkswagen dealership. You can also look through websites such as Craigslist to find a used Golf GTI MK3 for much cheaper than you would at a certified dealership.
Dead easy, take drive belt off power steering pump. Slacken off alternator's two 13mm nuts, push down on spring loaded alternator, take off alternator belt, put on alternator belt. Reverse process. Job done
NO, turning the distributor cap at all on any vehicle will throw the timing off.. if you know what your doing and use a timing light you can advance or decrease the timing depending on how exactly you want the engine to respond.
The Mk3 is a compact car with a diesel engine and a seating capacity of 5 adults. The Volkswagen Golf Mk3 was introduced in Europe in 1991 and North America in 1993. The Mk3 replaced the Rabbit in North America.
The question doesn't really make sense, but anyway... Timing mark is on the flywheel (open up the green cap), timing advance needs to be set at 6 degrees BTDC using a timing light. Hope i answered your non-question. lol
yes as long as they are the same stud fitment. The mk4 golf is 5x100 bolt pattern and the mk3 golf is 4x100. unless it's a vr6 model which has the 5x100 bolt pattern so in general the mk4 wheels will not fit a mk 3.