What kind of engine did Westfalia camper have?

What kind of engine did Westfalia camper have?

The first 1980 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia Camper models were available with 4 cylinder 2.0 litre (1970cc) aircooled fuel injected engines. The engine was still mounted in the rear as it had been on the VW bay window Type 2 model that the VW Vanagon replaced.

Where does the fuel go in a Vanagon Westfalia?

A solenoid actuates a needle valve allowing fuel to be forced through the injector nozzle. All four injectors open at the same time and inject fuel directly into the intake manifold near the intake valve. Injection quantity is controlled by the amount Of time the injectors Stay open.

What kind of fuel pump does a Vanagon have?

From 1980 to about 1984, Vanagons were fitted with a small square pre-filter before the fuel pump. This filter (133-133-511) had a 7mm inlet nipple and a 12mm outlet nipple. The fuel tank on a 1980-85 Vanagon has a 7mm outlet nipple. The electric fuel pump on all Vanagons has a 12mm inlet nipple. The pre-filter also acted as a sort of adaptor.

When did the Westfalia Vanagon camper Aircooled come out?

From introduction in 1980 to late 1981 if “van Dyke EN” (dark brown with multi coloured cubes) was specified the door trims, headrests and seat vinyl were dark brown. If “Gazelle EP” (lighter brown with multi coloured cubes) was specified the the door trims, headrests and seat vinyl were light brown.

When did the VW Westfalia Vanagon camper come out?

The VW Westfalia Vanagon campers were designed for the market in the USA and Canada and were available only in Poptop (elevating roof) form. Whereas the model built for Europe was available in both poptop and hightop versions. 1) 1980 – 1983 VW Westfalia Vanagon Camper engine options and approx price (inclusive tax when new in standard form):

What kind of upholstery did the 1983 Westfalia Vanagon have?

The 1983 Watercooled Westfalia Vanagon Camper had beige furniture and upholstery with either brown and blue or brown and green stripes (as had later versions of the aircooled Westfalia Vanagon Camper). 1983 Westfalia Vanagon Camper (Poptop) with “Van Dyck KD” (beige base with brown and blue stripes) upholstery

When was VW Vanagon camper Aircooled in the UK?

In 1982 a 1.6 litre (1588cc) diesel engined bus (water cooled) was added to the range initially with a 4 speed gearbox and then in 1983 with a 5 speed gearbox . You can normally tell if a VW Vanagon Camper is one of the earlier aircooled versions by looking at the front.