Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 25-06-2010
Note that this is an old injector showing a deformed upper (large) seal, which could cause air leaks into the system. With time this will disintegrate. This seal MUST BE REPLACED. Some injectors may not have the silver ‘top hat’ as shown here. Injector seat insert and air shroud These parts are not normally seen, and sit in the cylinder head. Injector seat insert, showing the groove for the seal. Page 3 of 15 Injector seat insert and shroud with the injector in the fully inserted position. NOTE Before following the procedure in this guide you should verify that all other components of the fuel delivery system – fuel pump, accumulator and lift pump (later Cabriolets) – are working correctly, and that all related filters are clean.
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Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 18-06-2010
The power sun roof operates at all times when the ignition is in the on position. Power sun roof will operate after the ignition is turned off until driver’s door is opened. Power sun roof can also be closed by inserting key in door lock and holding in the locked position. If power system fails, sun roof can be operated manually by removing control panel and rotating crank. ADJUSTMENTS Adjustment information for EuroVan is not available. PARALLEL ALIGNMENT Corrado SLC, Golf, GTI, Jetta & Passat 1) Obtain radio code. Disconnect negative battery cable. Using Headliner Trim Remover (3195), disengage headliner trim frame from guide rails and push toward rear as far as possible. See Fig. 5 2) Pry off interior light. Remove sun roof cable drive cover. Remove cable drive mounting screws. Lower pinion drive until drive pinion no longer meshes with cables. 3) Move rear guides with cables to rear. Ensure pivots position is correct. See Fig. 1. Engage locking levers into guide rails. Drive cable should be in the closed position.
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Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 15-06-2010
LUBRICATION SERVICE INTERVALS Check fluid level at each oil change. Change fluid every 30, 000 miles under severe driving conditions. Replace filter if needed during fluid change. CHECKING FLUID LEVEL NOTE: VW ATF (G 052 162 A2) is light yellow color. 01M Transaxle 1) Set selector lever to Park. Start engine and allow it to idle. Raise and support vehicle. With transaxle at normal operating temperature, remove ATF level plug from oil pan. Any ATF present in overflow tube (inside plug hole) will run out. 2) If only a small amount, or no ATF flows from overflow tube, filling is required. Go to next step. If ATF continues to run out, fluid level is okay. Install ATF level plug with a NEW seal and tighten to 11 ft. lbs. (15 N.m). 3) Pry off fill plug securing cap and discard. See Fig. 1. Spring retainer type caps may be reused. Pull plug from filler pipe. Fill with VW ATF (G 052 162 A2) using Filler (VAG 1924) until ATF runs out of level plug hole. 4) Install ATF level plug with a NEW seal and tighten to 11 ft. lbs. (15 N.m). Install filler plug with a NEW securing cap if needed. Shift through all selector lever positions once. Recheck fluid level.
Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 02-06-2010
Removing Detach boot from frame. Remove shift knob and boot. Remove frame from center console. Remove nuts securing selector lever housing to center console (arrows). Fig. 48: Removing Nuts Securing Selector Lever Housing To Center Console Remove front crossmember (arrow 1) from below exhaust system. Remove heated oxygen sensor, oxygen sensor behind three way catalytic converter, and three way catalytic converter (arrow -2-) (where applicable), see appropriate EXHAUST SYSTEM, EMISSION CONTROLS article. Remove front heat shield (arrow -3-). Loosen rear heat shield (arrow -4-) in forward area. Fig. 49: Removing Heat Shields 1999-2002 TRANSMISSION 5 Spd. Manual Transmission 020 – Cabrio, Golf, GTI & Jetta