Category: A3 Jetta TDI

TDI Fuel Injection Systems: Rotary, PD, and Common-Rail

This article explains the differences between the three different fuel injection systems in TDIs available in North America and how they function.

Fluid Capacities: All TDIs 1999-2006

**All fuel tank sizes are without “ventectomy”, which usually adds two or three gallons.   2006 Fuel Oil Coolant ATF Golf  14.5 4.3L 6.0L 3.0L Jetta  14.5 4.3L 8.0L 5.2L Jetta Wagon  14.5 4.3L 6.0L 3.0L New Beetle  14.5 4.3L 6.0L 3.0L Touareg  26.4 11.5L 9.0L 9.0L (new fill) 2005 Golf  14.5 4.3L 6.0L 3.0L ...

Lowering Your Volkswagen

Quick Do’s and Don’ts for lowering your VW…

Steering Repair & Maintenance

We get calls all the time from customers looking to change their springs, shocks, or struts because of a noise or suspension problem. Often times, though, another smaller (and much cheaper) suspension component has failed. In this article, we run through some of the more minor components of the suspension and symptoms of their failure.

Volkswagen ATF Fluid Guide

We answer frequently asked questions about automatic transmission fluid, like, when does it need to be changed and what fluid type is required.  That all depends on what model you have, read more to learn what your VW needs.

Biodiesel: A Guide

Biodiesel is an exciting alternative fuel that can be used as a supplement to traditional diesel fuel that offers dramatically lower emissions and is renewable.  But, running it isn’t always simple.  This guide overviews some biodiesel basics and which cars should or should not use biodiesel.

TDI Turbos Demystified

It can start with a screeching sound on acceleration, a “pop” and a cloud of white smoke, or, at its worst, your car accelerating uncontrollably—a runaway. Or your TDI just stops making power. No matter how it happens, your turbo has failed. And the next question is usually, “Should I upgrade?”   Choosing between a ...

The Best Diesel Fuel Additives

There are many, many different fuel additives available for diesels. A quick google search or a stroll down the aisle at your local parts store will give you plenty of options from which to choose.  Are they necessary and which one is the best?