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A cheap, easy replacement for a broken rear seat release tab in a Mk1 Cabriolet
A replacement solution for the broken strap used to release the latch on the rear seat in a Mk1 Cabriolet.
Contributed By: Sparky on Saturday, May 24
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How to dry out your interior.
Got mold? Leaks? Wet carpet? Get it dried out before it rots your interior and rusts your floor. It's cheap and easy.
Contributed By: Sparky on Friday, December 19
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How-To: Folding the rear seat forward in a Mk1
A tutorial explaining the process of folding the rear seat forward for more storage room.
Write-up courtesy of Chris, (Fry) of www.Mk1Dubs.com
Contributed By: Sparky on Saturday, May 24
* * * * * (1 votes)2152
How-To: Glove box lid removal on 1981-1993 Cabriolet and all Jettas after '80
A tutorial explaining the process of removing the glove compartment lid on a Cabriolet / Jetta dash,
Contributed By: Sparky on Saturday, May 24
* * * * * (1 votes)2666
How-To: Removing the gauge cluster and installing custom gauge faces in a Mk1 Cabriolet
A tutorial showing the processing of removing the gauge cluster from a Mk1 Cabriolet and installing custom gauge faces. This also covers changing the color of the lights in your gauge cluster
Contributed By: Sparky on Saturday, May 24
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How-To: Repairing leaking, whistling air vents.
The foam that blocks off the fresh air vents in your dash breaks down over time. This tutorial explains how to make your own pieces to prevent your vents from whistling and blowing cold air on you when closed.
Write up courtesy of Briano, of www.Mk1Dubs.com
Contributed By: Sparky on Thursday, May 22
* * * * * (2 votes)2418
Installing vapor barriers.
This write up demonstrates attaching vapor barriers behind the door panels on a mk1
Contributed By: Sparky on Friday, November 07
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Leather seat reconditioning
Ditchdigger explains the process of restoring leather seats. Don't throw those cracked seats away, they can be repaired.
Contributed By: Sparky on Saturday, November 08
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Mk1 interior door panel removal
A tutorial explaining how to remove Mk1 interior door panels.
This covers door handles, window cranks, door pulls and remote mirror adjusters
Contributed By: Sparky on Sunday, May 18
* * * * * (3 votes)8531
Repairing split cardboard interior pieces
A tutorial explaining how to repair damaged interior panels made of cardboard.

Contributed By: Sparky on Friday, May 16
(0 votes)2229
Seat cover replacement
Chef explains removing seat covers, foam, and installing new ones.
Contributed By: Sparky on Tuesday, November 11
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