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    The Volkswagen Jetta is a compact car/small family car manufactured and marketed by . MEDIASERVANT.INFO Overview. Production, – – ( China) The winning car was a Jetta Turbodiesel found in Blue Rock, Ohio which.

    Probably one of the most popular was the Jetta GL diesel, which received a boost in power for , to hp. Also available was the Jetta.

    1991 jetta diesel

    1991 jetta diesel

    The capacity of the luggage compartment was litres To reduce noise, the engine employs a "pilot injection" system which injects a small amount of fuel prior to the main injection. Both the Jetta GLI and its 2. Leather was still available on Canadian-spec models. Antilock brakes and front airbags its available in manual and automatic transmissions as optional.

    1991 jetta diesel

    1991 jetta diesel

    1991 jetta diesel

    1991 jetta diesel

    1991 jetta diesel

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    User Name Remember Me? April 13th, , I realize this is probably in the wrong place, forgive me as I am new here I also apologize if this has been covered a bunch.. I know a guy with a Jetta Wolfsburg edition, manual 5 speed diesel. The car is pretty straight and the interior looks good from the pics. Is it worth it to fix this car? He claims between mpg. Does that sound about right? How hard is it to turbo this engine? Ive read very conflicting theories on the web about it..

    Haven't done much reading YET on swapping a TDI, but will the tranny it has work or will I need or maybe want out of it being an inferior tranny to swap trannys? Thank you all in advance! April 14th, , First, car is 25 years old. Not an expert on this, but a 1Z or AHU tdi engine from the late 90's is near a drop in. Trans is different as tdi ratio is set up for lower rpm.

    1991 jetta diesel

    Hard part is getting the computer in and all wired up. TDI runs on a computer, the 91 is all mechanical. I would not bother putting a turbo on that engine, I think the turbo version has piston cooling nozzles and the NA does not. Car is pretty slow with no turbo, but gets the job done. First Owner and very happy No Problems, never left us stranded on the Highway.

    Average useage is about between under 4 ltr. You just want to look at it? A new one will be cheaper! Originally Posted by Ski in NC. You can't really add a turbo to the NA engines and have them hold up. The head gasket is easy to replace, especially on the NA motors. His MPG estimates are about right. If you were going to do a TDI swap this would be a good car Bought back by VW.

    1991 jetta diesel

    It means a lot to me! MPGs sound a bit low to me, but I've not driven a mk2 to know for sure. We get mid 40s in town no problem in our TD, 52 highway. And the fuel is turned up a bit. If theres no rust it sounds like a good deal to me. You'll find a lot of people on here seem to think that cars began with the mk4 so they'll be anti-older car. I wouldn't bother with a turbo, fix whats wrong and drive it. I suspect you can get better mileage than that.

    A Mercedes D with a 5spd can do 40mpg without too much effort, a mk2 is lighter and has a smaller engine, 45mpg shouldn't be that tough. If you want a faster car look forward in time. Yes, rust is the big factor. Everything else is easy to repair on those cars.

    Thanks for the responses! I am not at all worried about it being an old car. The mentality of "its an old car, so its going to cost you piles and piles of money" is not my mentality. Its very dependent on a lot of things That being said, its something to consider. The car has new front struts, new rear brakes, new front CV joints and a JVC head unit not my ideal brand, but better than stock and 4 JVC door speakers. Also, he sent me a picture of the engine It appears to have an aneroid on the IP, or at least I think so Ill try to upload a picture.

    1991 jetta diesel

    Yes, the late NA cars used that for altitude compensation. Definitely no issue putting a turbo on one of these, as long as you also fit an EGT gauge and take it a little easier than you might with a true turbo motor. Lots of them running like that over on vwdiesel. I wonder if i should look for a TD head to put on when I do the head gasket and maybe head studs depending on how the cylinders look once the head is off of course! April 16th, , Average 50mpg on the highway. He hasn't touched the engine other than new injectors , miles.

    Find More Posts by Tom W. BB code is On. All times are GMT The time now is Gone, but not forgotten. Are you a newbie new to the forums.

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