The Type 25 diesel engine is a watercooled inline four cylinder engine and is very similar to the diesel motor found in Golfs of the same era. This is a relaible, but not especially powerful engine in standard form. The first VW T3 Diesel engine appeared in 1981, and then later a Type 25 turbo diesel model was offered in August 1984, for the 1985 model year.
The normally aspirated version came as a 1600cc CS code in 1981-87 and then as a 1700cc KY code in 1984-92. The T3 1600cc Turbo Diesel was a JX code, and was offered in 1984 through to 1992.
We carry a great range of Type 25 Diesel engine parts. From the smallest bolt to vital Type 25 diesel cooling system parts, you are sure to find what you need for your VW Caravelle diesel engine here.
Rebuilding your Type 25 Diesel Engine
Unfortunately we’re unable to offer a reconditioned T25 diesel engine, but we can supply pretty much all the T25 Diesel parts you need to rebuild your own including complete Type 25 diesel cylinder heads. Whether you do that yourself, with the help of a manual or a YouTube tutorial, or you send your Type 25 camper engine off to a specialist, we’ll help you get back onto the road again soon.
Should you have any questions about T25 Diesel engine parts, or if you can’t find the part you require you can call our sales team on 01273 444 000 at any time during UK business hours. Alternatively drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or click onto Live Chat for assistance.
History Of The VW Type 25 Transporter (T3)
Early Type 25s are easily identified by a variety of means, namely twin round headlamps, pressed chrome metal bumpers with plastic end caps, pressed vents on the rear pillars, and no lower front grille appeture.
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