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Aircooled VW Ignition Tune Up Parts Chart

Find the Ignition tune up parts you need for your Aircooled VW with this handy chart. Locate your distributor model, and to the right will be the parts you need to get your ignition running it’s best! Distributor number(s) are stamped on the body of the distributor, below the distributor cap. We’ve included typical vehicle model and years to help you narrow it down, but you absolutely should NOT simply go by the model and year information! This is because these cars and engines are so old, and parts have been changed for years and decades, that the only way to know for sure is to look at the # on the actual distributor body!

We have done our best to ensure accuracy, but typos/errors are possible. Reference charts are provided for your convenience, and should not be relied upon exclusively.

 

Vehicle / Years Distributor Number Points
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TMI VW Upholstery Fabrics – Tweed, Vinyl, Velour

TMI VW Swatches

TMI VW Upholstery Fabric Options: Choose from Vinyl, Tweed and Velour:

Due to differences in screen and monitor color presentation, the color swatches above are only APPROXIMATE. We recommend you consult a TMI swatch card for accurate color matching.

TMI VW Ragtop and Convertible Top & Boot Fabric Options

TMI VW Swatches

TMI VW Ragtop and Convertible Top & Boot Fabric options:

Due to differences in screen and monitor color presentation, the color swatches above are only APPROXIMATE. We recommend you consult a TMI swatch card for accurate color matching.

TMI VW Headliner Fabric and Color Options

TMI VW Swatches

TMI VW Headliner Fabric and Color options:

Due to differences in screen and monitor color presentation, the color swatches above are only APPROXIMATE. We recommend you consult a TMI swatch card for accurate color matching.

TMI VW Carpet Colors

TMI VW Swatches

TMI Carpet Colors and Styles

Due to differences in screen and monitor color presentation, the color swatches above are only APPROXIMATE. We recommend you consult a TMI swatch card for accurate color matching.

VW VIN Number Anatomy Lesson

VW VIN Number System

What is a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)?

The VIN number on your VW can help you to identify the origin of your VW and it may also give you clues regarding the stock parts that were used in your vehicle when it was built. Early VINs were not standardized between manufacturers, nor were they called “VIN”s yet! VW used a combination of two numbers: The Chassis Number, and the Engine Code to convey information about their vehicles. A format for Vehicle Identification Numbers was “officially” outlined in February 1977, and shortly afterward, US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration began requiring that all road vehicles contain a 17-character VIN. VIN numbers are comprised of only numbers (1-0) and capital letters (A – Z), however, the letters I, O and Q are never used in order to avoid confusion in reading. There are no signs or spaces are allowed
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