Weekend Warrior

mostly about cars, driving them, fixing them, rating them and occasionally fixing computers, phones and things around the house

VW Transporter

So I figured out how to remove and replace the air filter. After I got a new one, it came to my attention that the filter has a rubber top and bottom. This means they are malleable and can be squeezed passed the body and the throttle body. 

I have replaced the spark plugs, oil, oil filter and air filter. I had to spent a few minutes looking for the fuel filter. It turns out it's behind the back rest of the back seat but out outside obviously. It might require taking out the wheel but since I'm small I might get away with just reaching passed the wheel.

Then leaves the gears. The clutch has to be pumped a bit before it can engage gears and most of the time the noises that come out of the gear box sound like something is being murdered.

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