2001-04 STARTING & CHARGING SYSTEMS Starters – Golf, GTI & Jetta

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STARTER Removal & Installation (With 4-Speed Automatic 01M Transaxle & 5-Speed Manual 02J Transaxle) 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove battery, and battery carrier. See Fig. 2 . 2. Disconnect all wiring from starter solenoid. Remove starter cable from retainer. Remove starter wiring from guides. Remove guides. 3. Raise and support vehicle. Remove noise insulation panel. See Fig. 3 . Remove left-side insulation panel. See Fig. 4 . Remove brackets/retainers securing power steering pressure line. Place power steering
pressure line aside. 4. Remove bolts securing starter. See Fig. 5 . Remove starter. To install, reverse removal procedure. Tighten
starter mounting bolt/nuts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS . Identifying Battery Carrier Mounting Points Identifying Noise Insulation Panel Mounting Points Fig. 4: Identifying Left-Side Noise Insulation Panel Mounting Points

1998 Volkswagen Golf GL Removal (Thermo Tensioner Roller – 1997 & Up)

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1. Remove air cleaner with hot air intake and intake air duct. 2. Remove accessory drive belts. Release tension on ribbed (accessory) belt tensioner using Ribbed Belt Installation Tool (3299) and remove ribbed belt at generator. Remove ribbed belt tension roller and upper timing belt guard. Remove lower V-belt cover. Hold hydraulic (P/S) pump pulley using (VAG1590) or mandrel, and remove fasteners for coolant pump pulley. Remove coolant pump pulley and V-belt. Remove vibration damper/pulley. See Fig. 2 and Fig. 3 .
3. Turn drive plate (A/T) or flywheel (M/T) to align mark (arrows in illustration) and place No. 1 cylinder at TDC. See Fig. 5 . Remove lower timing belt guard. 4. Mark the running direction on the timing belt. Remove fastener for timing belt thermo tension roller.
Remove belt and roller. Remove timing belt thermo tensioner. See Fig. 8 .

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1998 Volkswagen Passat GLX TIMING BELT REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

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NOTE: Front lock carrier (radiator support) must be moved forward to remove timing belt. 1. Raise and support vehicle. Remove front, lower engine cover. Lower vehicle. Separate release lever from hood lock. Remove front bumper cover. See Fig. 1 . Remove bumper carrier from impact damper. 2. Unbolt air duct between lock carrier and air cleaner on lock carrier. Remove support bolt on passenger
side of lock carrier and insert one Lock Carrier Guide (3369) into hole. See Fig. 2 . 3. Remove lock carrier front support bolts. Remove lock carrier-to-side panel bolts. Insert Lock Carrier Guide (3369) into hole on driver’s side of vehicle. Slide lock carrier forward on lock carrier guides. Exploded View Of Front Bumper Assembly Fig. 4: Aligning Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks Removing Timing Belt

2000 Volkswagen New Beetle GL TIMING BELT Removal

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1. Remove engine cover. Remove noise insulation pan from under engine compartment. 2. Remove air duct pipe between turbocharger and charge air cooler. See Fig. 1 . Air duct pipe is located along bottom right of cross member. Fig. 1: Identifying Air Duct Releasing Serpentine Drive Belt Tension (1 Of 2) Setting Crankshaft to TDC (Automatic Transmission) Setting Crankshaft to TDC (Manual Transmission) Fig. 6: Exploded View of Timing Belt & Components

1999 Volkswagen New Beetle GL MANUFACTURER’S SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE

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Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 03-05-2010

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VOLKSWAGEN 2.0L 4-Cylinder – AEG, AVH, AZG, BDC & BEV Engines For 1998-00 model years, although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. For 2001-03 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 105,000 mile intervals.
NOTE: For 2004, manufacturer does not provide a timing belt replacement interval. REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Locating Engine Identification Code (AEG) Locating Engine Identification Code (AVH, AZG, BDC & BEV) Locating TDC Mark on Transaxle