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bullet Dixie
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Carol. post this over in the FORUM, under AROUND THE CAMPFIRE" Also, if U get on facebook, get on Full Moon there & post your query.
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Hi! My name is Carol. I am looking for a reliable and reasonably priced VW mechanic in the Savannah GA area. I have a 1971 bus that has dead AZ tags and a salvage title. I need to have it inspected in order to license it. To pass inspection it needs to have the blinkers fixed, neither works, they did in the beginning (4years ago) then, something happened and they stopped. Need to make sure the brake lights are good too. My horn needs to work and my right windshield wipers needs some minor stuff done to it. I haven't been able to drive it for almost 2 years but she runs well, just needs to get rolling again. Anyone know where I can find help? I'm use to having my bus family in Tucson around and never having her idle for long but, I don't personally know anyone on the east coast. Once I get her rolling, I hope to meet some of you folks at some of the camping trips in the future !
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If i have to replace my fridge in the 85 Vanagon, any ideas, because that Dometic RM 182 B is no longer manufactured, and the replacements are slightly different dimensions. HELP!
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If i have to replace my fridge in the 85 Vanagon, any ideas, because that Dometic RM 182 B is no longer manufactured, and the replacements are slightly different dimensions. HELP!
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Lynnandj
Tue Dec 20 2011, 03:31PM
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225,000 miles on the EVC, its time to talk about replacing the transmission controller, valve body and the plastic circut thing. has anybody done this before, any ideas or suggestions?
Is there anything else I should replace while I have the trans open?
Are there specific error codes that a valve body corrects?
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You ask all those hard questions, I don't know , but try this site https://www.wittrans.com/Default.aspx? and see if they can help you.

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Lynnandj
Wed Dec 21 2011, 05:51AM
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Thanks Bear yes, they have the parts. See you around New Years!
I am hoping to meet up with Kurt at New Bus and decifer the trans codes. GoWesty suggests replacing the trans computer first then replacing the Trans. Withoutt he trans codes, I plan to replace the valve body, test the ribbon cable, and if problem remains replace the controller. Of course the trans codes could change all that. What I was wondering was if anybody has heard of any other parts failing in these trannys, that I could replace. OR do I just start looking for a rebuilt trans, and forget about the whole thing?
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Wed Dec 21 2011, 07:31AM
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last one I had done was by aamcco it least it had a warrenty. later md

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my guess would be that you must replace exact part numbers with exact part numbers. ran into the problem with the ecm for one of my '93's

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