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Transmission problem: 04 jetta 1.8 turbo with tiptronic shift. Trans was found to be "dry" I mean like 2 Qts. and 1 gt.lucas ,after adding I went for a drive and it was beautiful,turbo kicked in and I was off like a shot,drove for about 45 minutes and returned to my shop,shifted perfect,low end and above the shifting was right in line with the performance I was looking for. Buttoned it up for the night and came out to drive the next afternoon and back to same old problem(no drive when in drive. looked around on top and nothing unusual,underneath I could signs of oil leaking ,but not sure where from,no puddles in driveway this morning,could it have blown out when on test drive for 45 minutes yesterday? Stumped in Texas.
Ty Gargamelmk2. That will be my next big project to my car
DIY headliner removal
basically take out the airbox and drill holes =P
also a k&n drop in filter is a good way to go
Thanks for that SCM link, unfortunately I cannot get the pictures to load in a decent size. I cant really see them
actually a Swiss cheese intake = oem box + drilled holes. saved me the money of tubing it and well it does the job of a short ram intake. cold air you risk of sucking in water and hydro locking your motor. my air box has a high flowing K&N filter. nothing special.
hey so i see in your sig you have the swiss cheese intake, is that better than an cold air intake? whatcha think?
with the grill....its both oem