Got new locks or doorhandles and need to re-key them to your old key? It’s all explained here! Thanks to Joe Mair for this technote.
You know those numbers on the back of switches, relays, panels and more? They are the DIN standard terminal numbers. They can help you troubleshoot electrical problems. For example, Terminal 15 is ignition on power. Read on for the big list!
This is just a quick tip on Exhaust Studs for the head. These are better than the stock ones, they are made of better metal, and they have a torx heat to make removal much easier. These are much less likely to break than the stock ones.
Many earlier cars still use a points-type ignition. While this has been replaced by transistorized ignition, there are good reasons to keep it original. If you are doing a full restoration, of if you just trust your breaker-points car that will survive a nuclear explosion, this technote is all about points!
This technote is still in it’s beta version. More will be added very soon!!
Got your OXS light on? It’s just a milage counter, it has nothing to do with the sensor. Need to know how to reset it? It’s easy!
Time for the Drum brake technote. This is how to replace the linings, drums, bearings, parking brake cables, and even replace a stub axle. This one has an excessive amount of pictures (132, actually!), so read on for the whole thing.
What is this is a Frankenstein Stroker Motor? 1991 16V Passat 9A block. TDI 95.5mm Stroke Crankshaft. 83.5mm 8V JE Pistons from Autotech. 3A Audi motor head. And what else? Oh yeah, do not forget about the Schrick 272 camchaft. Read on for the build…
This technote will be all about the Megasquirt relay board. I have just ordered one, and I will install it after the MD/PA Megasquirt Tech weekend GTG.
This technote specializes in exactly how to configure the megasquirt to read the hall sender in a VW distributor and then fire the coil. This applies to the V3 PCB and Processors Megasquirt I and Megasquirt II.