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About pjslowik

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  1. Pentosin has returned to the approved list. I use it in all my VW's and will begin again in my 03. Pento High Performance II 5W-40.
  2. Where do you get the order type for any given vehicle? Thanks.
  3. TP, In that photo the bearing appears to be a ball bearing. Do you have any pics of the older style bearings? I thought they were roller type.
  4. TP, can the bearing be removed from the case and shaft from behind that cover? Thanks. Usually there is a lot more damage than just the bearing (a whole lot more). I was wondering if it could be replaced before failure. According to Tool Pants, guess not. Thanks.
  5. TP, can the bearing be removed from the case and shaft from behind that cover? Thanks.
  6. Well that clears it up for me. I just didn't realize that plain ole dried air was so much more expensive to bottle than a single element.
  7. This is where I got mine. Rapid Parts
  8. Wow! Thanks for this info. I'm gonna forward it to NASCAR so all those teams can stop wasting money.
  9. On my DMF, when tested, it would not spring back. Also, my clutch and pressure plate were only engaging in the outer half of the diameter. I never heard of this before. I was just out in my 99. I bought it new and do all the work myself. I really enjoy it and am glad I decided to use synthetic since new even though it was not required at the time. I love that turbo motor. I also have an 04 Passat GLX V6 4Motion and an 87 GLI with 240K miles. I doubt the DMF and clutch are the same in the two cars, but I know for a fact that the 5 speed is the same as the Passat/A4 5 speed, except for
  10. I don't think they have much choice. If there is no evidence of abuse, and the part is defective, there's no reason to deny warranty coverage. I have had mine replaced under warranty. I also have a 99 Passat that has a DMF and original clutch with 115,000 miles, and they perform perfectly. Both cars have the same transmission BTW. If your denied by one dealer, try another or squawk to the factory rep.
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