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    What do you mean by sticky clutch? After itís hot...

    What do you mean by sticky clutch? After itís hot and a high rpm run over 4-5000 rpms or all the time?
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    Help! Got any pictures?

    Got any pictures?
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    Nice. I'll take the black one.

    Nice. I'll take the black one.
  4. Thread: Tires

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    Question: Technically no. Any tire 7-10 years old should...

    Technically no. Any tire 7-10 years old should not be driven regularly. That is why you should check the born on date on any new tire you purchase.

    I would not drive on 16-17 year old tires.
  5. GM Press Release: Insurance companies are going to love...

    Insurance companies are going to love this.........
  6. Thread: 300 + MPH Bugatti

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    Not impressed. Top Fuel and Bonneville have...

    Not impressed.

    Top Fuel and Bonneville have been doing this for decades, and their vehicles are just about as streetable.....:)

    Plus this is a Volkswagen.

    No flame intended to the OP, keep...
  7. I doubt it, plus you would lose your TPMS sensor....

    I doubt it, plus you would lose your TPMS sensor.

    There is no way I would do it even if there is one somewhere.
  8. Thread: Legacy

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    And here I was thinking Subaru...........

    And here I was thinking Subaru...........
  9. Thread: Oil pump

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    It needs to be diagnosed properly. Start with a...

    It needs to be diagnosed properly. Start with a manual pressure gauge installed and check the readings.
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    I would be looking for a vacuum leak, I use...

    I would be looking for a vacuum leak, I use propane and a hose. The PCV hose on the throttle body is known to deteriorate, I would try there first. Do a close visual for any wiring chafing or rodent...
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    AGM is a lead acid battery that has glass mats...

    AGM is a lead acid battery that has glass mats absorbing the solution, so no spilling or maintenance is required. They charge at different rates than flooded lead acid batteries and should be charged...
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    I have a Battery Tender brand, Yuasa also. Any...

    I have a Battery Tender brand, Yuasa also. Any brand name AGM battery tender should work fine. I would stay away from cheap/bargain off brands because this is an important piece of equipment.
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    I can match that more than once...:)

    I can match that more than once...:)
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    The OP's transmission is a manual with a clutch,...

    The OP's transmission is a manual with a clutch, and not an automatic, so it is just a drop and fill which is good to do for maintenance.
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    I can wait, let me know........:)

    I can wait, let me know........:)
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    Well done. Under dash work is no fun, I never...

    Well done.

    Under dash work is no fun, I never look forward to it.
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    More interesting will be the double and triple...

    More interesting will be the double and triple bumps by the dealers for the actual selling prices.

    I really want to see one live.
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    I would use a tender that is compatible with AGM...

    I would use a tender that is compatible with AGM style batteries.
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    The heater can work ok until the coolant level...

    The heater can work ok until the coolant level gets low enough to not fill the heater core, both damp carpets and oily residue on the windshield can happen. If it’s bad enough you can smell the...
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    Nice. But brown???

    Nice.

    But brown???
  21. Thread: C6 2005

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    Question: Yes, I still have those old style accessory port...

    Yes, I still have those old style accessory port 9V/12V battery memory savers also, but didn't want to bring it up because they don't always work and some vehicles have an ignition on only accessory...
  22. Thread: C6 2005

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    Question: Not trying to get in the middle too much, but...

    Not trying to get in the middle too much, but there are memory savers than can be plugged into the OBD2 port to save memory in the computers while changing out the battery.

    Also I have read about...
  23. Thread: turn blinkers

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    Help! Start by checking all your fuses under hood and...

    Start by checking all your fuses under hood and under dash passenger side with a test light or voltmeter and the key on in the ignition position. Make sure your test light or voltmeter has a good...
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    Heater cores are usually a big job, water pumps...

    Heater cores are usually a big job, water pumps not too bad.
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    L FWIW, I never use a hand held pump tester, I...

    L FWIW, I never use a hand held pump tester, I want real world hot hoses and coolant flow. I fill the radiator full when it is cold, then fill the surge tank or reservoir (two entirely different...
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