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  1. My 93 Polo Coupe's back box is a right mess and I'm looking to change it, I've been looking at a Cherry Bomb Back Box but I'm wondering if anyone has any better ideas. I can only really go as far as £50 as I'll need the rest for labour charges. cheers.
  2. My 93 Polo Coupe has UV damage where "FOX" side decals used to be, I'd quite like to cover up the damage with new "FOX" side decals but can't find a pair anywhere. I've found a German parts website but they only seem to do a left side decal but not the right side. Does anyone know where I could get a left & right side decal? cheers.
  3. So I'm running a Hybrid on AFH injection and the rev gauge feed has been put on the coil but iv heard that you're better off going off the hall sender?
  4. mcordez

    Mk2f bonnet wanted

    Time Left: 1 month and 24 days

    • WANTED
    • USED

    Hi people. Thanks for taking the time to look at my ad. As the title says I need a bonnet for a mk2f. colour isn't an issue nor is paint condition stratches etc, it needs to be free from rust and dents, very minor dents may not be an issue as long as the panel looks flat and straight. I appreciate I will probably have to collect as delivery will be an arse!

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

    - GB

  5. harris.racing

    Mk2f - front hubs, late steering column

    Time Left: 1 month and 13 days

    • WANTED
    • USED

    Hey, After a pair of Mk2/f front struts. Don't need dampers or springs or drive flanges or bearings, just want the strut/knuckle.. whatever you want to call it. Also after a LATE Mk2f steering column (with the UJ at the bottom) Based in Coventry but can travel a bit or pay postage. PM me. Cheers, nick.

    £123,456.00

  6. Hi just looking at replacement both of the coolant temperature sensors. I removed both blue and black sensors and both have stamped on them max temp 125c. Question is what's the starting temp ? Both sensors are og VW parts . Many thanks
  7. Hi just want to make sure before I order that a new clutch kit is 190mm for mk2f 1ltr . Thanks.
  8. Hello, So I have been swapping a 1.6 ABU in my polo and my car came with the clock cluster originally. While I was swapping the engine, I also changed out the cluster for one with a tachometer, but it's not working currently. I was wondering which wire is responsible for it? Is it going through the ECM to chassis connector (5 or 6pin, dont remember off of the top of my head)? I have 2 wires not connected there, a yellow and a yellow/white one. By schematics, both of those should be for Data Link Connector (named that way in those schematics), but on the 1.6 engine there is only one wire that connects to the DLC. Where does the tacho get the singal from? Distributor or ECM? If you need any additional info, I'll gladly answer.
  9. When i bought my Polo the sunroof was sealed shut with some horrendously ugly (but ultimately effective) black silicone sealant. It wasn't a deal-breaker so I decided if its not leaking then I can just live with it. However as I've been tidying up the rest of the bodywork this monstrosity on the roof is starting to look increasingly crappy by comparison and has started to stick out like a sore thumb! The paint needs redoing on the roof and the colour of the steel sunroof is decidedly off compared to the rest of the car - wouldn't mind sorting that. Not to mention the fact that the weather has been great recently which got me wondering what it would be like to have a sunroof... So I think I need a bit of a reality check really! Is it worth hacking away at all that black silicone and re-doing the sunroof seal? Am I just going to indroduce a new leak further down the line? I'm also wary of how much it would likely cost for what is basically a small hole in the roof on a sunny day...Haven't found any sunroof seal parts apart from on VW Heritage for ~90 quid. I guess you should also ask why someone decided to silicone up the roof in the first place - Was it leaking like a sieve? Was the leak due to a rotting roof and they couldn't be bothered to repair it? Were they just another idiot with a sealant gun and an itchy trigger finger? The bogan in me says if I want a smarter roof I should remove the silicone and fill in the gap around the sunroof smooth with body filler and paint over the whole thing as if its a plain roof. I could probably do with being told this will be a terrible idea also...
  10. Hi all I have a 1994 MK2F 1.3 Genesis and have noticed this little leak from the engine - what are people’s thoughts on what the cause is? I think it may be the thermostat housing? coolant level and temperature are all fine so no overheating issue.
  11. Which factory VW steering wheels fit a 93 MK2F (26mm spline)?
  12. Time Left: 1 month and 1 day

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    As the title says ran these in my car, these are made for Side Mounted bucket seats but could probably be used for base mounted ones too. Work exactly the same way as original seats mount and served me for long enough, Only reason I am selling as I have welded the mounts in.

    £40.00

    Guisborough , Cleveland

  13. So I'm (thankfully) down to just the selector shaft seal leak on my '93 Polo now and want to have a crack at replacing it next week. I've got an OEM seal and 3l of oil - do i need a replacement bush as well? One of these guys? https://www.vwheritage.com/001301209-guide-bush-for-gearbox-selector-rod-vw-spare
  14. MonsterL35YFP

    AFH mk2f injection

    Im wondering if anyone can give me some pointers on wiring up a AFH to run injection, I'll be removing the Immobiliser from the ECU and all the wiring, my questions are can I get the mk2f rev counter to work with it? Because I know it runs of the coil, how do I go about wiring in the fuel pumps, how do people get the oil pressure switch to work and what do you use iv been told to use both the AFH and the mk2f and get an adaptor, do I need to use the AFH fuse box aswel as the 2f one? Anyone can answer one of these questions would be great.
  15. jordoan

    Jordan's MK2F breadvan

    Hi all been wanting to do one of these for a while but only just got the chance i bought my mk2f breadvan from stockport around september 2017 & it's been an on going daily project ever since. i painted it blue with graffiti paint lowered it on an ebay lowering kit & started doing shows in 2018. after blowing the first 1l engine up i did a quick engine change to another 1l for under £100 just to keep the car on the road. comes to november 2018 time & i wanted to start a winter build. started with painting the car, the car is now melon yellow - done with montana graffiti cans. yes i painted over the windows because i liked the look of a panel van & couldn't be bothered trying to track down some actual panels. bought a GT conversion with the 5 speed short ratio box, stainless manifold and a few extra bits. i liked the idea of having brand new parts even if the old ones were fine.. driveshafts, front coilovers, top mounts, bottom arms, track rod arms/ends, ARB Blocks etc. this build isn't the best thing ever but certainly is a eye catcher & i love the thing aha. this car is built to what i like... not what other people think. if i listened to everyone else it'd be sat here with a 40/60 lowering kit on bbs hahaa STRIP - DROP - RATTLE - ROLL (a motto i like to use from a club called DUBRATZ) if anyone has any questions feel free to ask. photos may not be in order the car currently isnt finished & i'm waiting for a few parts to arrive, i've just bought a new bonnet & wings as ones on the car had dents. follow me on insta: _jordoan_
  16. Mikecoupegt

    Mk2f gt judder

    Got a judder coming from the front/ nearside front when pulling away. It feels like an engine mount but I've replaced the lower one with a golf rallye unit a while ago. Tia , Michael.
  17. Planning to change my wheels on my mk2f coupe, car is too low to get under the sill jacking points, are there any alternative points on the car I can safely jack from?
  18. Vio

    Had a dream last night

    Had a dream that we moved into a new house and previous owner had left a mk2f saloon in the garage. No rust, big spec - headlight washers, front fogs, sunroof - the lot. Went to give it a service. Popped off the oil cap. Blown head gasket.
  19. Just a quick question.. about to buy an exhaust that's come off a MK2 breadvan, would it fit on my 2f coupe? Or would I have to make adjustments?
  20. Hey all, After replacing the fuel filter on my '93 MK2f I noticed a fuelly smell stopping at lights recently. When I got back home i saw it was dripping petrol pretty heavily from the outlet end of the fuel filter. I popped a new, wider clamp on the junction but it looks like the old hose is splitting so there is now a delicate balance between enough clamping pressure to seal the leak without crushing the hose too much and propagating the crack further. I've got it to drip only occasionally but obviously this needs sorting asap. Looking at the parts list: https://volkswagen.7zap.com/en/rdw/polo+derby+vento-ind/po/1993-120/2/201-22001/#20A The hose in question is 20A - apparently a reducer pipe going from 8mm to 6mm. I can't for the life of me find one anywhere (admittedly haven't tried a dealership or TPS - both are kind of a pain to get to for me, the only TPS nearby is 'Trade Only'). However from the pictures of the part it looks a lot shorter than the pipe that is on my car at present - I suspect someone may have bodged their own thing in the past. So my question is - is there going to be any adverse difference to fuel flow if I make up my own reducer using a section of 6mm hose and 8mm hose joined by a 6-8mm hose joiner insert and some clamps? The pressure increase will be identical at the 6mm end but I guess flow could technically be worsened with the sudden change in diameter? The hose itself is quite hard to come by too it seems - however it looks identical to injector hosing (cotton reinforcement between a sandwich of rubber) rather than braided fuel hose. Will injector hosing do the job? Thanks for the help!
  21. Projordio

    Mk2f Breadvan project

    Hi guys, recently bought a mk2f breadvan and need some inspiration for wheels, suspension etc. I'll upload photos when I can.
  22. Hi all, Came out the other day to give the G a blast after a couple of days standing and it's completely dead. Dashboard lights/radio/headlights all come on but no turn over. Not even a solenoid click I can also hear an electrical motor sound toward the rear which i presume is the fuel pump. I don't think it's the battery as all the electrics work and i've tried jumping it with a battery pack. Anyone got a clue what might be up? My mechanic skills are a work in progress so it's all a learning curve!
  23. I've been given a MK3 golf with a 1.4 abd that I plan on putting into my mk2f that's currently got a 4 speed box so will need a 5 speed. Whats the best box too run?
  24. I've acquired a rear tailgate spoiler for my MK2F, looking for any guidance on fitting. It has tapered nylon fittings which presumably requires associated female clips that are fixed to the bodywork? Any advice gratefully received.
  25. Eskey

    Polo Green smurf

    Greetings to all, my name is Oleg, I am from Russia. In our country, second-generation polos are not very popular due to the small number of such cars, and so I decided to look for communities outside my own country. And so about my baby: 1992 release, engine AAV, coupe, well, or a hatchback, 4-speed gearbox. I bought it in 2013, it has a lot that worked badly, there was a lot of putty on the body, but I was happy to move from car with carburetor on car with injector, I was most attracted by the work of the engine, it worked like a clock even at an air temperature of -30°C, and I was not scared by the puffed putty on the body. First of all, the technical part was brought to an acceptable condition and it became my daily car. Here is a photo of how it looked after the purchase: It looks pretty good on the back, but the front look was not as whole as I thought... As it turned out - this body was in an accident, there was a head-on collision, and the left spar was curved, and the hood with front fenders needed to be replaced. Some time later, I managed to find the front fenders and hood in excellent condition. I don’t have a photo with an old hood, but there is a photo with old fenders and a new hood: Then I replaced the front fenders, and also installed the missing part of the front panel: The grille was also replaced: For comparison, posted a photo as it was and as it became: At that time I was very pleased with my work, however - it was 2013. He lived with me in this config until 2015, then I had an accident, because of the lack of a bumper amplifier, all my work was destroyed. After that, I ordered new body parts: bumper, bumper amplifier, front panel and grille with headlights. I decided to complete the work before the new year (it was in December) Here I got to the front panel: Instead of a normal amp bumper was bolted unknown origin design. All of this has naturally been removed from the body: All new parts were installed in place without difficulty. I don't know how you call the front panel, but we call it TV: And everything is in order... I will continue the next days, see you soon!
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