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Requesting some information folks! This morning my hubby was filling up my windsheild washer fluid and noticed that the oil cover was just sitting on top of the pipe or tube. Upon inspection it looks like the treads on the oil cap are screwed in and it appears that the threaded piece the actual cover screws into has become detached from the pipe or tube. We are wondering what part(s) we would need to have this repaired. The car just had a oil change 2 weeks ago and although we cannot say for sure we are left wondering if this was broken at the shop at the time of the oil change. No much we can do at this point other than to see if we can get it repaired. Would appreciate your help if you can tell us what parts we should be looking for.
As always, thank you for your assistance!
 

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Well of course the shop that did the change broke it, it didn't break itself, but it may have not been their fault actually (stuck, already cracked, etc). But it certainly should have been brought to your attention. Call them up or go by and tactfully ask them how they are going to handle it, free oil change, what? Probably going to be a dealer part, or they are available at www.ECSTuning.com and numerous other online VW parts dealers and resellers.

Hope your oil change place used the proper VW spec oil, most don't carry it.

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Thank you Morav. Yes, we will definately be going to the shop! Can you tell me what this part is called? We are still searching without success.
 

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Morav,
I am maybe not explaining properly. It's not the cover that we need. Its what ever the cover screws into. We can just physically lift the cover without even unscrewing it and then once its in your hand we can unscrew from the threaded piece. So I guess maybe the proper question is what is that threaded piece called?
 

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Morav,
I am maybe not explaining properly. It's not the cover that we need. Its what ever the cover screws into. We can just physically lift the cover without even unscrewing it and then once its in your hand we can unscrew from the threaded piece. So I guess maybe the proper question is what is that threaded piece called?
What year is your Bug :confused: :confused:

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Guessed at 2001

Which part do you mean :)



Guessing you mean #25



Partlist:


cylinder head / 1.6/2.0 ltr. / 4 cylinder


cylinder head cover / cylinder head / 1.6/2.0 ltr. / AWH,AEG,AQY,


cylinder head cover
/ "BR":APK (1) 06A103351F

cylinder head
/ AWH (1) 06A103265DX

cylinder head with valves and camshaft
/ AWH 1 06A103351E

cylinder head
/ AQY,APK (1) 06A103265CX

cylinder head with valves and camshaft
/ AQY,APK 1A 06A103351C

cylinder head
/ PR-ML8:AEG 2 N 0444115

stud
M8X30 / AQY,APK; PR-ML2:AEG 3 038103085C

shaft oil seal (shaft rotation: to right)
47X10 / 4 044103499B

connecting socket
/ AEG,AQY,APK 5 N 01155811

washer
8,4X15X1,6 / 6 N 0110088

hexagonal nut
M8 / 7 N 0444115

stud
M8X30 / AEG,AQY,APK (7) N 90188902

stud
M8X35 / AWH (7) N 0444076

stud
M8X50 / AWH 8 N 0160241

sealing plug
M10X1 / AWH 9 N 0138115

seal
A10X13,5 / AWH 10 035103379

plug
8,9 / 11 06A103383L

cylinder head gasket (metal)
/ AEG,AQY,APK (11) 06B103383H

cylinder head gasket (metal)
/ AWH 12 06A103384C

cheese head bolt
M10X1,5X115 / 13 N 0119142

locking cover
24 / (13) N 0119143

locking cover
/ 16 056103397

stud
M8X56 / 17 N 0444622

stud
M6X25 / AWH,AQY,APK 17 N 0444622

stud / F 1C-Y-020 001>>*
M6X25 / PR-ML8:AEG 18 037103419B

valve guide
36,5MM/7MM / 19 06A103475C

cylinder head cover
/ AWH,AQY,APK; PR-ML2:AEG (19A) 06A103429A

cylinder head cover / also use: / F >> 1C-Y-423 000*
06A 129 776 B / PR-ML8:AEG (19A) 06A103429G

cylinder head cover / F 1C-1-423 001>>*
/ PR-ML8:AEG (19A) 06A103429E

cylinder head cover / F >> 1C-1-444 974* / F >> 9C-1-634 469*
/ (19A) 06A103429G

cylinder head cover / F 1C-1-444 975>>* / F 9C-1-634 470>>*
/ 20 06A103544

oil deflector
/ 21 056103591

strip
/ AWH,AQY,APK; PR-ML2:AEG 22 050103591

strip
/ AWH,AQY,APK; PR-ML2:AEG 23 N 0150825

hexagon nut, shouldered
M6 / AWH,AQY,APK; PR-ML2:AEG 23 N 0150825

hexagon nut, shouldered / F 1C-Y-423 001>>*
M6 / PR-ML8:AEG 24 051103483A

gasket
/ AWH,AQY,APK; PR-ML2:AEG (24A) 06A103483A

gasket / F >> 1C-1-444 974*
/ PR-ML8:AEG 24A 06A103483C

gasket / F 1C-1-444 975>>*
/ PR-ML8:AEG 25 06A103465

breather assy.
/ AWH,AQY,APK; PR-ML2:AEG 26 06A103483D

gasket
/ AWH,AQY,APK; PR-ML2:AEG 27 021133287A

seal
/ AWH 28 06A129776B

hexagon head bolt c/w shoulder / F >> 1C-X-040 000*
M6X32 / PR-ML8:AEG 28 06A129776B

hexagon head bolt c/w shoulder / F 1C-X-040 001>>*1C-Y-423 000*
M6X32 / PR-ML8:AEG (29) 06A905471

cable holder / F >> 1C-Y-460 000*
/ PR-ML8:AEG 29 06A103733C

retainer / F 1C-Y-460 001>>*
/ PR-ML8:AEG 30 06A103485F

locking cover
/ 31 06A103483D

gasket
/ 32 06A103309H

retainer
/ AWH,AQY,APK; PR-ML2:AEG 32A 06A103357

retainer / F >> 1C-X-040 000*
/ PR-ML8:AEG 33 06A103733A

retainer / F 1C-X-040 001>>*
/ PR-ML8:AEG 34 06A103733B

retainer / F 1C-X-040 001>>*
/ PR-ML8:AEG 34 06A103733B

retainer
/ AZG 35 06A103211H

tube
/ AWH 36 N 90039603

round seal
9,25X1,78-N / AWH 37 N 10226102
 

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Hey Blugg!
She's an old girl! A '98 but I still love her!

From the diagram we are holding # 30 and 17 or 31 in our hand and can twist off either 17 or 31. It looks likeit may be # 25 and 26 that we need to replace so the cap will screw in. Are we right and if so what are these parts called?
 

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Year and engine, please! There is a TSB (Technical Service Bulletin) that may pertain to this.
 

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Hey Blugg!
She's an old girl! A '98 but I still love her!

From the diagram we are holding # 30 and 17 or 31 in our hand and can twist off either 17 or 31. It looks likeit may be # 25 and 26 that we need to replace so the cap will screw in. Are we right and if so what are these parts called?
Here's the page

http://www.vagcat.com/epc/cat/vw/BE/1999/206/49/

You'll need to register to get the images. Though you can match the part numbers to my image ;)

Change your user settings to show your Bug year and model, makes helping easier and quicker ;) :p

Just take part numbers to VW Dealer and they will give you them (for a price) I wouldn't get your mechanic to fit them though, i'd find another who looks after Bug's better :)

Year and engine, please! There is a TSB (Technical Service Bulletin) that may pertain to this.
It's posted in the 2.0ltr forum ;)
 

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:shoot: MORAV Ninja edit :lol:

Your image was better though
No, actually yours works better, and the TSB doesn't apply, it was for the 2.5L

M.
 

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By the Bentley, My pic of the '98 AEG sure looks different than yours.

Digging a little deeper, apparently your going to have to figure out which one is yours. The one Blugg put up is the Steel Cylinder Head Cover, this grawing is for the Aluminum Cylinder Head Cover. Bentley shows both for the 2.0 AEG, and doesn't differentiate which was used when.
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Morav:
From this diagram it looks like we may need # 24. Do you have the corresponding part names past the # 13 listed in your post?
 

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Same here, it's not until i reply and read my post i see it up above and have to edit, hoping nobody saw it :lol:

Time for the Gym, have a Great Thanksgiving :) :)
Ginko Biloba all around :D

Happy Thanksgiving to all and to all a Good Tryptophan Coma. :D
 

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Morav:
From this diagram it looks like we may need # 24. Do you have the corresponding part names past the # 13 listed in your post?
WOW, #24 is the Valve Cover. That piece will be expensive since you also need a new gasket and it is time consuming to replace. Are you sure you need a New Valve Cover? That thing is usually Aluminium and it shouldn't get that easily screwed up at the section where the Oil fillter cap screws in.
On the 1.8 Motor there is a plastic tube that screws into the Valve cover gasket and then the Oil filler cap screws into that but that doesn't seem to be the case in the 2.0 engine.

Okay, the diagram that Blugg posted on Post #7 looks a bit different and it also shows a Breather Assembly or a part that screws into the Valve cover gasket and then is capped off by
the Oil filler cap. On MORAV's post #16 it doesn't show it. So if all you need is a Breather Assembly that wouldn't be so bad but if you need a Valve Cover then it is going to get
pricey also because of labor unless you do the work yourself. Here is a link to the Breather Assembly : http://www.vwoempartsonline.com/partlocator/index.cfm?action=searchCatalogOEM&siteid=216781

Okay, the Valve Cover is actually only about $30.00 bucks plus another 23 or so for the gasket. Here is a link that shows the diagram of the 1998-2000 2.0l engine and parts associated with it.
http://www.vwoempartsonline.com/partlocator/index.cfm?action=getJointLocator&siteid=216781&Sectionids=0,2453&groupid=2459&subgroupid=2470&componentid=&make=35&model=Beetle&year=1998&graphicID=9210190&callout=1&catalogid=2&displayCatalogid=0

Here is the price list. VWOEMPARTSONLINE.com is a Dealer that sells OEM parts for far less than your dealer will charge you and I get their stuff within 2 - 3 days after I order it.
http://www.vwoempartsonline.com/partlocator/index.cfm?action=getJointLocator&siteid=216781
 

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Morav:
From this diagram it looks like we may need # 24. Do you have the corresponding part names past the # 13 listed in your post?
Sorry, my capture program won't scroll in the Bentley and I have to capture in screen sections, didn't go beyond what was up thinking all was there you needed. Rest is posted up now. #24 is just a bolt. As I also added to the post, either drawing could be applicable, depending on which head you have.

Let us know which one it is, and Blugg can put up the p/n's if need be. My parts diagram site is down.

M.
 
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