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by Al Published on 25-08-2015 01:13 PM
The tutorial will show you how to convert your MK1 Caddy, Golf or Scirocco 1 & 2 to Hydraulic Clutch using our components that we designed many years ago and are now the standard for MK1 conversions. This exact set up has been ripped off several times by trolls with little imagination wantin...
by Al Published on 13-08-2015 04:48 PM
“How To” Axle Flip a MK3 Caddy 2K the proper way, with the Just Caddys Saddle & Shackle kit Up until now your only option was to use the very heavy lowering brackets, which apart from added 8kgs of un-sprung weight, they also push the wheels forwards in the arch which can lead to...
by Al Published on 23-07-2015 08:21 PM
BLS to ASZ or ARL Engine Conversion Chances are that you are reading this because your Caddy that is fitted with the engine code BLS and has put a connecting rod through the block!?! Or you just want to just fit a stronger engine for an increase in power? Well this “how to” deals with...
by Al Published on 23-07-2015 07:24 PM
(How To) MK3 Caddy (2K) 6 Speed Gearbox Conversion This is a straight forward swap so long as you get all the parts you need from the donor vehicle which are: 02M 6 Speed Gearbox 02M 6Sp Flywheel and NEW Bolts 02M 6Sp Clutch Kit Inc. CSC (Concentric Slave Cylinder) 02M Gearbox Sandwich...
by Al Published on 03-10-2013 10:31 PM
A lot of people steer clear of swapping the VE (VerteilerPumpe) TDI engines into an older vehicles as they are unsure of how to overcome the DBW complication when they are used to cable operated accelerators. The common VE 1.9 Engines are the 1Z, AHU, AGR, ALH, AFN, AVG etc... The vehicles...
by rusty_nuts Published on 07-10-2011 07:28 PM
As far as headlining install's go, the Mk1 Caddy is a pretty painless task. Here's my approach to give you some idea as to whats involved. First off you will require: * Shiny new headliner * The original rods, or a 300cm length of 3mm steel rod to make your own. I actually prefer to...
by DubMonkey Published on 02-10-2011 11:29 PM
I don't think this has been posted before so I thought I'd have a go at posting how we did Blenkis wishbones So you start with an ugly knackered old bush like this.. For the rear bush you can just pull the mount off, well you'll end up winding it back and forth a bit...
by caddytiddy Published on 21-01-2011 01:56 PM
Quite a few Mk2 van owners on here have asked about the cause of a vibrating noise over 50mph. It sounds like its coming from the dash but on further inspection it is caused by the thin plastic rain tray below the wipers. At Monkey's request I have produced pictures and a guide on how to fix this...
by FlySpeck Published on 15-01-2011 12:29 PM
This procedure is for people who suffer the engine going limp when or while pulling up an incline, or under power anywhere in a high gear, and if switching off and re-starting the engine makes it work again for a little while. (absolute proof of wrong Boost level causing the ecu to go into limp...
by Caddlad Published on 18-12-2010 01:40 PM
First of all you will need the following tackle; Philips screwdriver, Trim removal tool, Pliers, 6mm Hex key, Tub of grease. Unscrew and remove door lock pin. Unclip winder handle (assuming you have manual windows)
by Ziggy253 Published on 18-03-2010 01:45 AM
HOW TO: Notch Your Chassis Legs Tools for the job: Die grinder with a cut off wheel Carbide burrs ( asssorted ) Sawzall or Small airsaw Ruler or Tape measure Card stock for template Angle grinder with sanding disc
by Al Published on 08-03-2010 03:10 PM
MK1 The MK1 Caddy was fitted with 2 different types over its lifetime. VW do not show any specific cut of dates by chassis or other means but they are easy to identify. Early Type This a "pressure sensitive" regulator that is bolted direct to the chassis on the left side inner sil...
by regcheeseman Published on 31-01-2010 09:35 PM
The pictures are all of the turbo pump but the NA is a simpler pump and the gov will be the same or very similar. The AAZ pump; there are at least three variants of this pump distinguished by the LDA or lack of it - basically if it has a domed top it's good, a flat top or no LDA is not so good......
by DubMonkey Published on 25-01-2010 11:45 AM
There seems to be a bit (a lot:D) of uncertainty around the 100mm vs. 90mm. I've just fitted my 100mm driveshafts so I'm going to try and clear a few things up. Cos I'm nice like that. Why am I not using the original caddy driveshafts?? The gearbox I am using is an CDA code which came...
by minty Published on 31-12-2009 12:44 PM
This is how I straightened out my tailgate, very effective and cheap to make. Use at least 50x50mm box section or 50x50x 6mm angle, 12mm screwed rod and25mm flat bar.make the uprights at least 100mm, I drilled 5 holes about 150mm apart but only used 3 of them to straighten my tailgate, weld the.....
by m6m62 Published on 11-11-2009 09:11 PM
Mk1 ‘Lights left on’ buzzer mod for pre-'89 fuseboxes Someone else posted up a thread about the plug-in relay mod for the late (post '89) fuseboxes. However, after messing about with the relay and wiring for a bit I've got it working on the earlier fuseboxes I’m not an auto electrician by...
by DubMonkey Published on 14-08-2009 07:34 PM
This is intended as a guide only, it's not the definitive way to do it, just how I did it. Click the pics to open a larger pic in a new window. Any modifications to your seats are done at your own risk niether I nor will be held responsible for your actions! OK Tools you'll....
by regcheeseman Published on 24-07-2009 08:59 PM
I've seen other dubious ways to take a screen out but this seems to be the easiest and most successful - thanks to ART1234 for this gem of a tip..... Make about ten little pieces of metal with a slight bend in the middle Now I know there wasn't ten in the photo, that's because the others....
by macetheace Published on 23-06-2009 11:01 PM
Thought I'd finally put this all together. Al can you move to "how to section" You'll need - 2 pairs of rear lights Drill Small cutting disc (like a dremel) Heat Gun Clear silicone
by sitrials Published on 20-10-2008 01:19 AM
Time: 1 week (approx 24hrs) Tools Required: MIG Welder Spanners, Sockets, Ratchets 90Degree Angle Clamps (x4 preferably) Angle Grinder (cutting discs and flap wheels) Hack Saw Mitre Saw
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