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Vauxhall indicator problems on one side is always the big yellow relay under the black cover on pass side under bonnet. If none working now check its fitted properly, fuse not blown and not a defective relay. One relay works hazards and both sides of indicators. So are hazards working?

1985 Volkswagen... | Answered on Nov 16, 2013


hello, the part number for your relay is 12 38 505 opel and GM is 24433728 and its located on the realy box, inside the car
hope those numbers help you to get your replacement
hope this helps

1985 Volkswagen... | Answered on Feb 17, 2013


Not sure, but I believe the lambda sensor is the feedback sensor, to determine if the mixture really is right.
On most cars that is the oxygen sensor I believe, and is located in the exhaust manifold or the top of the exhaust pipe.

1985 Volkswagen... | Answered on Apr 20, 2010


should be behind the plastic cover below the wipers on passanger side i think but be carefull when you remove the top of the box cause it will set the alarm off DONT LEAVE THE KEYS INN THE CAR it might lock depending on the system

1985 Volkswagen... | Answered on Feb 08, 2010


Check the side thats clicking fast, normally it's just that one bulb on that side is burnt out.
If not though it could be a problem with the wiring.

1985 Volkswagen... | Answered on Feb 08, 2010


put a manual box in it ,easier in the long run

1985 Volkswagen... | Answered on Nov 15, 2009


VW admitted that there was a problem with the gaskets, and would pay for part of the replacement cost. This program seems to have expired, however. One thing that seems to help is a yearly coolant change, something that every water-cooled Vanagon owner should have done.

1985 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jul 03, 2009


Are you using a Phosphate free antifreeze. This should NOT happen if you are. Phosphates in regular antifreeze eat and pit the aluminum that the heads are made of. Have you ever seen an old piece of aluminum that's all powdery and pitted and nasty ? phosphates in regular antifreeze do it even worse. sounds like you will have to replace the leaking heads. Then make sure you never use regular antifreeze in your bus. Dexcool is a good one to use but there are lots of other brands now that so many autos have aluminum heads. also if your going to replace heads I would get performance heads. little bit more money but way WAY worth it. More power is much needed in any bus. :)

1985 Volkswagen... | Answered on Mar 03, 2009


Ok is the engine maagement light on.If so your air mass meter will cause the problem.Some times the managemen light does not come on when this is faulty.This air flow meter is lockated on the inlet manifold pipe by the air filter box secured with two clips.Unplug and slacken clips and replace.Quite a simple job.You dont have to reprogram this meter,the e c u will detect it its quit an easy do it urself job.But make sure you get the genuin part.There are so many out there cheapys.Dont go there they want work and you will find your self out of pocket.The cheap air flow meters are not calabrated for your car.Hope that has helped you, let me now how you get on.

Volkswagen agon... | Answered on Jun 15, 2011

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