2004 - BEW engine- Baja/Rally Style

2004 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan

Volkswagen Jetta 2004 technical specifications

Condition: Used
Item location: Shreveport, Louisiana, United States
Make: Volkswagen
Model: Jetta
SubModel: Sedan
Type: Sedan
Year: 2004
Mileage: 205,111
VIN: 3VWSR69M94M105188
Color: Burgundy
Engine size: TDI-BEW
Number of cylinders: 4
Power options: Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
Fuel: Diesel
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: FWD
Interior color: Tan
Options: CD Player, Sunroof
Vehicle Title: Clear
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BEW engine (only sent to the US in 04-06) (direct injection as opposed to common rail)- the direct injection engine is preferred in Europe, direct injection is what is found on big rigs and does not have the notoriously unreliable fuel pump found on the common rail engines. THIS CAR RUNS ON DIESEL FUEL.

-Turbo upgraded to VNT-17

-turbo return oil line upgraded to stainless steel

-Some brake lines upgraded to Stainless Steel (visible in front, not in rear)

-oil cooler upgraded to larger unit used on Toureg V10TDI (boosted oil capacity to 5 quarts from about 4.5 OEM)

-Sigma short shifter from Dieselgeek (5sp)

-Panzer plate full metal jacket (Dieselgeek) with new installation kit ready to put back on

-Metal hood pull lever (OEM plastic one breaks if used when hot)

-Glove Box Kit & Console Kit by AARodriguez installed

-Big 3 upgrade kit installed

-High output alternator-still in box

-signal modifier type performance chip (installs under the hood in 20 seconds)

-front springs upgraded to Jetta wagon for an extra 1.3 inches of travel

-rear springs upgraded to European Jetta Wagon Tow package springs for an extra 2.5-3 inches of travel

-Struts and shocks upgraded to Koni Red Specials for the Jetta wagon (for travel length)

-Eibach red (the thicker ones) sway bars front & rear

-Purple Gravel Rally strut mounts (front) from USRT

- most suspension bushings replaced with synthetic

-Enkei Titanium 17’ wheels with matching spare [225/45/17 (5)] plus full sized OEM spare

-condenser needed to make A/C cold (heater and blower work fine) - new in box

-synthetic steering bushing- new in box

-new headlight kit (lenses, bulbs, etc- entire units replaced less than 10k ago)

-rear tires have less than 1k on them, front are at about 50%

-Kerma TDI OMI (Old Man Intake)- not installed

-Increased capacity battery (not needed but good if your plan to add stereo equipment)

-OEM oil is 5w40, I have used/car is filled with Mobile-1 full synthetic 0w40 (was not available when car was built, but is superior)

Most suspension mods done in the last 20K miles by VW certified mechanics (Eibach sway bar set has about 25k on it)


-Headliner & door panels recovered (fabric is in poor condition, fabric in rest of car is acceptable)

-Included condenser needs installation for A/C to be cold

-Headlight wiring work (one dim light does not work, both brights work, fog lights work, blinkers work, to drive at night I usually turned on the fog lights so it looked like both headlights were on)

-Horn wiring needs to be spliced together again (stopped working after new headlights were installed)

-Right rear fender guard (or you can take the rear left one off to show off suspension mods)

-If a heavy subwoofer box plus amp and capacitor are not placed in the trunk (big 3 installed, high amp alternator included-not installed), and it is not used for towing(which I never did-it has no tow hitch, but if installed, it could handle a 3-500lb tongue weight with the rear springs on it), the included shims need to be used to realign the rear (not needed to drive it any distance, just to slow rear tire wear)- if used for heavy towing, a transmission fluid cooler might be a good idea, it already has an increased capacity oil cooler installed

-The car is set-up to go fast on off-road trails and rock roads, it is not fast enough to race in a rally or at Baja, but could serve as a press/transport vehicle

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