Question about 1998 Volkswagen Golf
Regarding the timing, I would advise you to get the fault codes read using the on-board diagnostic system. This will point you in the right direction. It might not be the timing at all but one of the sensors either not working, or not connected properly.
As for the lop-sidedness, I'd suggest double checking that the engine mounts are all present and correct. Did the recon engine come from your own vehicle or another one, and if so was it the same model?
Hope this helps. If this "fixes ya", I'd appreciate a rating for my reply, If not, please delay the rating and add a comment with any extra info you have and I will try to think of something else.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
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