Volkswagen Fox Model Overview
Volkswagen Fox Cars
Wheris The Fuel Filtre
Replaced The Bosch Alternator With A Altima Alternator On My 88 Fox Gl Spor...
Now it starts sometimes only and the ohm meter shows it dis hatching. Instead of charging.. So I did some research and found out that the Altima alternator 90 amp has an internal regulator.. So sinc...
1988 Volkswagon Fox Gl
I NEED A TEMPERATURE SWITCH CAN ANY ONE HELP ME I HAVE A 1988 VOLKSWAGON FOX THANK YOU.
Were Can I Get Replacement Parts For Shifter And Linkage For My 92 Vw Fox
Bought the car was told linkage wasn't aligned correctly it wouldn't shift into reverse frove it home 1 thru 4 was fine shifting pattern on knob said it was a five speed but couldn't find it afte...
i have a 1988 vw for 5 speed need to know what all engines will bolt up also need hiperformance parts for my 1.8L sohc fi
Volkswagen Fox Overview
Produced by Volkswagen's Brazilian division, the Fox debuted in 1987 as a subcompact available in several different configurations, including an entry-level two-door coupe and a four-door sedan. A two-door Fox station wagon was also available for a few years before being discontinued after the 1990 model year.
As might be expected with a subcompact, power was minimal, provided of a 1.8-liter four-cylinder that generated just 81 horsepower. That would continue to be the Fox's powerplant throughout its U.S. run.
Standard features were also limited. Bucket seats, power brakes, a rear window defroster, and a passive restraint system with motorized shoulder seat belts (lap belts were buckled manually) were among the few standard amenities offered during the Fox's run. Air conditioning was added as a standard feature for the vehicle's final year.
Despite its lackluster engine and lack of amenities, the Fox was considered to be a reliable, fuel-efficient, and durable vehicle, with a decent ride for the money and a quick engine that made for a fun ride.