Just love these pics yo are posting!!
Why dont you throw up a new thread????? Please do and post all the pics you can there.
If you need any help/advice/practical help you are welcome to contact me anytime.
Im a happy man to see that a beat up abandoned bug is being brought back to life!!
Is your car a 71 or a 72??? Does it have its original 1200cc engine or has it been changed in the past?
''hope Asad bhai does'nt see this post !!!!
How big of a deal is it to have a Toyota Corolla steering system istalled in the car.
My steering flick arm coming out from the steering shaft is broken and soo are the switches on the dash, what is the right way to go around about fixing these problems.
Can i get the indicator flick arm fixed, do I need a new Steering coloumn, or should i just get a Corolla coloumn fixed for the time being till and when i go for a complete rebuild. ''
Bad luck!! Ive seen what you post!! And someones about to get hurt!! Dont tell me you are even remotely considering installing a toyota or any Jap steering system in your bug!! Its one of the unforgiveable sins you could do to a VW.....
You can get a 'flick switch'.....thats the indicator switch right?? Either from a junkyard or if you are lucky your parts store might have a brand new one. Either way it would work beautifully if properly fit.
Dash switches have to be sourced from a junkyard.
If you have a big budget and the means, get some imported personally.
You should not need a complete column unless yours been messed around with by an idiot. BTW why should you preserve your original column?? Reason number 10967 is that it was collapsible starting from 1968!!
Get a Corolla column fit in and that would be the lat day you hear from me!!
''according to most mechanics, the corolla steering (with kit) is the most easy and convenient fit (if u want 2 go for a modern steering)... ''
I dont believe this!! Are you trying to ADVERTISE Japanese crap here??? Wait till I see you next!! Will pull your ears hard!
Maybe your comment knocks some sense into people who are even remotely considering putting in Jap steerings and columns. Btw that is not a fox you see in the Wolfsburg logo, its a wolf.