I posted a reveiw a few weeks ago about
my '92 Jetta GL, I said it got factory
stats with a blown head gasket, I had a
compressions test done and it gets
awsome compression, Which in turns
means no blown head gasket. The things
it was going looked like one, but after
some time of trouble shooting, I
relized that an O-Ring on the coolent
Resivor had moved. Thus the pressure
wasnt regulating, no was allowed to
build up proberly. So if you think you
have a blow head gasket check the o-
ring on your resivor cap, and get a
compression test just to be safe.
Very Relieable, ruged durability, and
even off road capable. Rally car soul
in that car.
Skid plats, and better splash gaurds
around lower belts, oil pad and trans.
Indepentent rear suspension.
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