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33790

Re: super diesel price

3.29 for both in several places in the Seattle - Everett area. ----- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Snohomish
John
Jul 30
#33790
 
33789

Re: Optimum RPM for clean intake manifold

I'm not sure it is the issue it was. My 2004 never clogged, and I did not mess with egr until 255kmiles. Albeit I tended to drive it hard. shawn Sent from my
kb1ckt
Jul 30
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33788

Optimum RPM for clean intake manifold

I'm an experienced diesel and TDI owner (two Golf diesels prior to 1998, a 1998 TDI, presently own a 2014 TDI). the one thing I hate about TDIs is the
johnspeth
Jul 30
#33788
 
33787

Re: super diesel price

Here in southern California, Diesel is about $2.80 to $3.10 while regular gas is about $3.95 to $4.20 so currently more than $1 difference. I've seen up to
syncro4me
Jul 30
#33787
 
33786

Re: super diesel price

By me in Wisconsin, diesel is around 10-15 cents a gallon cheaper than regular unleaded. On Wednesday, July 29, 2015, 'ScottC-N' scotsnoisymbox@...
Paul Fisher
Jul 30
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33785

Re: 2000 Jetta ALH Turbo Actuator needed

Reading up on diesel motorcycles I find that high revving engines are preferred for those lightweight vehicles. So I guess they don’t blend together nicely.
Dave
Jul 29
#33785
 
33784

Re: 2000 Jetta ALH Turbo Actuator needed

There was an article about an 80mpg Diesel m/c designed for the military. Haven't seen any more about it. I know what you mean about driving a wrecked jetta,
John
Jul 29
#33784
 
33783

Re: 2000 Jetta ALH Turbo Actuator needed

Thanks Dave Cook and John! I’ll probably go with the $35 one then. If I was going to keep it I would have bought the Garrett actuator, but after my Jetta was
Dave
Jul 29
#33783
 
33782

Re: super diesel price

Not quite the same, but its been a LOOOONG time since I’ve seen the price of diesel even close to the price of regular. The other day Diesel @ $2.74/g was
ScottC-N
Jul 29
#33782
 
33781

Re: 2000 Jetta ALH Turbo Actuator needed

I used a reman turbo actuator module on my jeep, sounds like the same kind of problem. The wk CRD also uses a garrett turbo. So i'd say aftermarket shouldn't
John
Jul 29
#33781
 
33780

Re: 2000 Jetta ALH Turbo Actuator needed

I don't remember for sure 100%, but odds are high it was this one here: http://www.germanautoparts.com/Volkswagen/Jetta/Engine/229/6 It was a new part.  Dave
Dave Cook
Jul 29
#33780
 
33779

Re: 2000 Jetta ALH Turbo Actuator needed

So what did you do or which brand actuator did you install? used/new......garrett or aftermarket?
vwdoc2001
Jul 29
#33779
 
33778

Re: 2000 Jetta ALH Turbo Actuator needed

I chased that same problem for a long time.  In that Jetta, it was just a tiny pin hold leak in the actuator, so it didn't always show up which, of course,
Dave Cook
Jul 29
#33778
 
33777

2000 Jetta ALH Turbo Actuator needed

Hello all, Finally had a chance to drive it with the VCDS connected. Yes it went into LIMP mode and the code disappears when I stop & start the engine again.
vwdoc2001
Jul 29
#33777
 
33776

Re: super diesel price

Normally I envy your fuel prices, but this is way beyond. Here in Hawaii, our diesel prices never went down as gasoline did, when the Saudis started the price
Marc Myer
Jul 29
#33776
 
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