Question about 1985 Volkswagen Cabriolet
Do you have the EFI or the CIS injection? If you have a metal device on top of your air box with braided metal lines going to each cylinder it's CIS. If there are no braided metal lines, then it's EFI. If it's EFI, then the injectors are held in by the fuel rail and the fuel rail bolts down to the head with 2 or more bolts. Remove those bolts and pull the rail... HARD. If you've never removed them it will be a hassle. If it's the CIS, then the injectors are held in by a snap ring retainer. They can be removed with a flat screwdriver or a strong pair of needle nose. Once that retainer is pulled out, the single injector will pull out (pull hard). Good luck.
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