> This post is currently a draft Quickstart Pick the timing method you want to perform to see how it's done. Alternatively, read on for more information on timing a Type 4 engine. Timing procedureUsageProsConsStaticFirst motor start after a rebuild or distributor replacement. It's not yet possible to use one of
Starting with model year 1975, VW busses of the era featured fuel injection via Bosch's L-Jetronic system, with an analog Electronic Control Unit (ECU) to manage fuel induction. Over the years Bosch and VW produced different types of ECUs, with a plethora of part numbers. This guide seeks to provide
A quick visual reference to the pinout (wiring) of the Electronic Control Unit [https://davidplanella.org/vw-type-2-ecu-part-number-reference] (ECU) used in the 1975-1979 VW Type 2 bus, from the harness side. The ECU was at the heart of the fuel injection system Volkswagen chose to reduce emissions and for better fuel
For the '74-'79 fuel-injected Bay Window bus (Type 2) Vacuum hose identification No.Part No.DescriptionInside diameterOutside diameterLengthMaterialNotes1n/aHose (brake booster)---13 mm---Hard tubing, black---2022 133 083 DElbow------------ ---3071 133 086Hose (decel valve to brake booster)13 mm15 mm250 mmHard tubing, transparent, vinylVanagon part number, but same hose4N 90402301Hose (decel
Nearly two years ago, the Ubuntu Community Donations Program was created as the framework behind the donations page on the Ubuntu site. Time to look back, listen and adjust. With the Ubuntu Community Donations Program [http://community.ubuntu.com/help-information/funding] those individuals who download Ubuntu for free [http://ubuntu.
Over a week ago, we announced the Ubuntu Scope Showdown [http://developer.ubuntu.com/showdown/]: a competition to write a scope for Ubuntu on phones in 5 weeks and win exciting prizes. Scopes [http://www.ubuntu.com/phone/scopes] are Ubuntu's innovative take at revolutionizing the content and services experience.
As part of the Ubuntu App Developer Week [https://web.archive.org/web/20140305073303/http://developer.ubuntu.com/2014/02/announcing-ubuntu-app-developer-week-2/] , I just ran a live on-air session on how to internationalize your Ubuntu apps. Some of the participants on the live chat asked me if I could share the
[http://loco.ubuntu.com/events/global/2677/] Following the call for volunteers [http://www.jonobacon.org/2014/01/06/ubuntu-loco-team-app-dev-schools-volunteers-needed/] to organize App Dev Schools across the globe, we're excited to say that there are already events planned in 3 different countries [http://loco.ubuntu.com/events/global/2677/]. Every