[Vwdiesel] '84 Quantum TD: water drains
quantum-man at hotmail.co.uk
Mon Sep 24 17:15:10 PDT 2007
Looked on the American KATE and no sign of a water separater on any
year/engine type for Quantum. Not on Jetta either which surprises me!
Only on mk2 Golfs. Just a water drain on fuel filter on bulkhead...
I vaguely remember seeing an 'upgrade' by Bosch that consisted of a water
level sensor built into the drain tap...
>From: "Andrew Buc" <AndrewBuc at staxman.net>
>To: vwdiesel at vwfans.com
>CC: audi-vw-diesels at yahoogroups.com
>Subject: [Vwdiesel] '84 Quantum TD: water drains
>Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 09:39:12 -0700
>So I was driving to meet my car pool this morning, and the glow plug
>light start flashing intermittently. A couple flashes, a couple minutes,
>a couple more flashes. Fortunately I was pretty close to where I meet my
>While waiting for the other members to show up (another guy drives the
>rest of the way to work), I looked in the owner's handbook. I knew about
>the water drain on the fuel filter, but according to the handbook,
>there's another drain under the right rear of the car. That was as
>specific as the handbook got. Anyone have a more precise location? I
>didn't really have time to look for it, and it was dark.
>I get the impression that I really shouldn't keep driving the car until
>the water is drained. If I can't get the water drained tonight, I can
>ride the bus home and come back in my other car, but I hope it doesn't
>come to that. I carry a spare fuel filter--should I install it, or is it
>enough to drain the existing one? Thanks.
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