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The VW belt tension pulley can become too tight or too weak, allowing the serpentine belt to wear prematurely or slip under normal operating conditions. The belt begins to squeal when the tension pulley is not tight enough, causing the engine to overheat because the water pump is not operating ...
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Hi Alex: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. How do I reset my mailbox settings in AOL Mail?
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Answered: I have a 1997 Volks Jetta that wont start, car alarm is stuck how do I

Well, U don't say whether it's Factory Alarm or After Market? Factory usually "Plugs" into the Fuse Block so that if a Problem developes, U can Un-Plug it & Plug in the Original "Starter Relay" (usually put in Glove Box or tied under seat in bag) & go about Ur business - Un-Alarmed. John
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I am pretty sure they have different interior trims, the TS has 2-tone leather. TS has a 6spd tranny, while the turbo/sport one has 5.

Why can't I play AOL radio anymore. when it ...

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