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Hi all.

I just got my hands on a 1994 2.5l Kombi AAF Manual. It's only had 2 previous owners and only 128,000km on the clock.

It has a small oil leak from one of the oil pressure sensors, a defective water temperature gauge (I am guessing faulty 4-pin sensor), as well as worn gear selector bushings.

I am desperately trying to get my hands on a workshop manual that contains official part numbers and drawings or photos, but the only ones I can find seem to be for the TDi models or other engine types/years, but none for the AAF type engine.

Anyone that could help me out with a PDF manual perhaps? I'm willing to pay a fee if necessary.

I really appreciate any help you could give me.

Cheers,
 

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Is it the Audi 5 cylinder unit used in the 90/100/A4/A6?
It's a 5-cylinder 2.5l engine, however I'm not 100% sure if it's the same as in the Audi. However I think it's likely that it is the same one.

Do you happen to have the manuals for it?
 

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Do you happen to have the manuals for it?
No, but a Haynes for an Audi 100 should be easy enough to find.

Wikipedia suggests that the AAF was unique to the T4, but I'd be suprised if it wasn't the same block and many components. Needs someone with more knowledge than me to answer that!
 

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Very small chance any OEM parts will still be available, even iF you had the part numbers.
I've gotten in contact with a friend of mine in Italy that runs a wholesale business supplying mechanics with OEM and aftermarket parts. He told me he has an employee that specialises in VW parts, and although OEM parts may not be available anymore, he can still make use of the part numbers to source them from aftermarket companies.

But I'm mainly after the repair manual to find out how to fix certain things myself, I am also looking into the possibility of buying a Ross-Tech interface to see if I can tune up the engine at all. I am unsure as to if that's doable though.

Anyone that has some info on the subject?
 
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