Question about 1993 Volkswagen Cabriolet
It's only takes a few minutes as long as you have all four wheels above the ground. The most I've spent is about five minutes. If it doesn't use quick release couplers then it's just a simple turning 1/4" hose clamp. The earlier models have them by the fuel distributor and connected to banjo bolts which you cover with a rag while cracking the 19mm bolt while countering it with a 21-22mm wrench on the filter body. The newer models moved the filter rear passenger side area bear the filler tube.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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