How to identify which 2.0 block used in my car?

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  1. swight New Member

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    Hi, I have just bought a 1992 Golf Gti with a 2.0 litre conversion, looks to have been done really well, runs great.

    What I need to know is which 2.0 block was used.

    So how can I tell?

    Thanks
     
  2. Tristan Forum Junkie

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    Has it a crank sensor?
     
  3. swight New Member

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    Hi, can't find one!

    So that means?
     
  4. IgorCRO New Member

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    That means to me that you have 2e engine.
     
  5. Tristan Forum Junkie

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    Or perhaps ADY I think.

    AGG had a crank sensor on the front of the block down low, to the right of centre.
    There should be an engine number on the block, on the front, just under the head gasket area.
     
  6. IgorCRO New Member

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    Ady have also crannshaft sensor. Is under gasket near the water connector to block. Or you can see the code on time belt plastici cover .
     
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    1992 Golf GTI MK2?
     
  8. swight New Member

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    Thanks Guys will have a closer look.

    Yes its a 1992 Golf Gti Mk2
     

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