VW Fuel Injection
There is a limited selection of Volkswagen Fuel Injection Parts on the market. We carry virtually every VW Fuel Injection part that we have access to.
If you are not able to find the parts needed to restore your VW Fuel Injection system, it might be time to convert to Carburetion.
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VW Type 3 Fuel Injection
More Information About Volkswagen Fuel Injection:
The 1968 Volkswagen Type 3 (Squareback, Fastback, and Notchback) was the first car produced with Fuel Injection as stock equipment. The Type 3 was the only air-cooled VW model to come with Fuel Injection until 1975. In 1975 Volkswagen began producing the VW Bug, Super Beetle, and Buses with Fuel Injection as standard equipment. Although the stock VW Fuel Injection system was very functional, it is also very archaic. Today it is extremely difficult to obtain parts to restore your classic VW Fuel Injection and even harder to find a mechanic qualified to do the repair.
Many VW enthusiasts simply cannot access the resources to get their Volkswagen Fuel Injection working. At that point, the best option is to convert to carburation.
When you have come to that point where you simply cannot get your VW fuel injection working, converting to a Carburetor may be your best bet.
As always, whenever changing engine components, check your local smog laws as such a change may not be legal.
We offer VW Fuel Injection to Carburetor Conversion Kits for 1968-1973 Type 3s, 1975-1977 Standard Beetles, 1975-1976 Super Beetles, 1975-1979 Super Beetle Convertibles and 1975-1979 Buses.
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