[Vwdiesel] TD engine identificaiton
natewall1 at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 18 08:30:51 EDT 2003
The only SURE way is to pull the oil pan and see
firsthand the piston oil squirters and notched piston
skirts. Up til '86 the TD had a different cylinder
head than the NA. After that, I think the heads were
the same. The '85 TD head number ends with the letter
"N". The "M" head is for NA motors.
--- Shawn Wright <swright at zuiko.sls.bc.ca> wrote:
> On 16 Jun 2003 at 19:17, Michael Hitchings
> <mhitchings at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hey gang,
> > Does the 1.6 TD have the CCV hockey puck on the
> top of the valve cover?
> Mine does, taken from an '87 or '88 Jetta.
> > I was looking at the donor engine I am picking up
> and then looking at
> > other pics of TD's online and had a thought.which
> one am I really
> > looking at? I can't see the side of the block to
> see the identification
> > on the side.and the VIN didn't give me any hints.
> > If anyone has pics of the different engines they
> want to show me I would
> > be very appreciative.
> What are the other possibilities that it could be?
> Another clue is the aneroid on the
> injection pump, and vastly different intake
> plumbing. --
> Shawn Wright
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