20 Most Recent 1992 Volkswagen Cabriolet Questions & Answers


Engine getting hot? Had you check spark plugs and timing?

1992 Volkswagen... | Answered on Feb 14, 2018


There is a seat realease in the trunk, on the drivers side you pull out, it's round. There is a strap to pull the seat down, feel in between the seat and trim panel... they sometimes break off so yours may not be there.

1992 Volkswagen... | Answered on Sep 20, 2017


the sensor is the coolant temperature sensor and is mounted in the vicinity of the thermostat housing
It will have at least 2 wires in a plug , may even have 4 wires and the plug is square shaped
it tells the ecm via fuses that it is to energize the fan relay to run the fans

1992 Volkswagen... | Answered on Mar 04, 2016


IT IS LOCATED ON DRIVER SIDE OF ENGINE BEHIND THE THERMOSTATE HOUSEING IT HAS TWO WIRES YELLOW AND BROWN HOPE THIS HELPS .
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there is a fan control relay under the dashboard with the other relays check that then check the temperature contreol module theat is located in the engine compartment
--------------- there is a 2 speed sensor/sender on the lower part of the radiator, facing the driver. It's on the tube at the end of the radiator. The fan motor has three leads, an orange, which should be hot, and is monitored by a 40 amp fuse located either on top of the battery, or with the fuse modules/relays under the dash. (according to the book, I still can't find mine, it may be NEXT to the battery. The negative must be thru the chassis, so it would be a good idea if, at temperature, with two hots going to the motor, look for a shorted ground. If one of the hots isn't, then the sensor or 40 amp is bad. After those are ruled out, it's the motor.

1992 Volkswagen... | Answered on Mar 04, 2016


Try a can of Heet dry gas this is often a symptom of water in the fuel.

1992 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jun 02, 2015


Is the transmission fluid at the correct level? How long since the transmission fluid has been changed? It may be time to change it & top it off.

1992 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jul 26, 2014


This vehicle as well most other Volkswagens of that era are notorious for oil sludge in the engine. Go to any Vw forum and you will see. You have to get this sludge out or otherwise it contaminates fresh oil and makes it lose its viscosity.

As far as the oil pressure, DO NOT DRIVE WITH NO OIL PRESSURE. If it is making noise from the valve train, there is no pressure. Be very careful running it, you may ruin an internal engine part. If you can idle it until the noise lightens up, then you can drive as long as there is oil pressure.

1992 Volkswagen... | Answered on Mar 22, 2014


pull the fuse box and see where it's broken

1992 Volkswagen... | Answered on Mar 13, 2014


1992 vw cabriolet is not a hydraulic clutch, it uses a cable

1992 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jan 18, 2014


check for worn rubber seals and gaps

1992 Volkswagen... | Answered on Oct 08, 2013


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1992 Volkswagen... | Answered on Aug 24, 2013


Getting to the ignition switch housing is going to be a task in itself however once you get there you will need to drill a small hole into the houseing of the ignition switch small enough to push a retaining clip down in order to remove the ignition (key). Drilling the hole in the right place is critical, you have to measure approximately 1/4" back from the edge of the lock from the top of the off position (when you remove the key), now measure about 3/16" left of that mark and make a mark, this will be where you will drill a 1/16" hole, becareful not to go deeper than an 1/8" (tip: just drill slowley pull back and check to see if you've got past the housing.
Now look down the cylinder (where you removed the lock from) and you will see a retaining screw which holds the ignition switch, unscrew it and replace. Now put it all back together again.

1992 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jul 01, 2013

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