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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Assembly overview - emission control

Assembly overview - emission control

1 -  Bolt
20 Nm
2 -  Bracket
Renew if damaged
3 -  Nut
Specified torque and tightening sequence → Fig.
4 -  Bolt
20 Nm
5 -  Nut
Specified torque and tightening sequence → Fig.
6 -  Bracket
7 -  Bracket
8 -  Bolt
Specified torque and tightening sequence → Fig.
9 -  Bolt
Specified torque and tightening sequence → Fig.
10 -  Front exhaust pipe with catalytic converter
Do not bend flexible joint more than 10° - otherwise it can be damaged.
Install decoupling element so that it is not under tension.
Take care not to damage wire mesh on decoupling element.
Protect catalytic converter from damage by knocks and impact
Removing and installing → Chapter
Do not remove protective packaging from replacement part until you are ready to fit the flexible joint
Aligning exhaust system free of tension → Chapter
11 -  Screw-type clip
Renew
Specified torque and tightening sequence → Fig.
12 -  Seal
Renew
Removing and installing → Chapter
13 -  Turbocharger
14 -  Nut
30 Nm
15 -  Front clamp
Align exhaust system free of tension before tightening → Chapter.
Installation position → Fig.
Tighten threaded connections evenly.

 
     
Installation position of front clamp
–  Fit clamp in position shown.
Angle -α- = approx. 20°.
Bolted connection facing towards right
Nuts upwards.
 

Assembly overview - emission control

Installing catalytic converter - tightening torque and sequence
 

Assembly overview - emission control

1)
–  Fit catalytic converter to turbocharger and fit screw-type clip -arrow- without tightening
 
2)
–  Loosely screw in bolts -3, 5- and bolts -1, 2, 4- by hand
It should still be possible to move catalytic converter and bracket.
3)
–  Tighten screw-type clip -arrow-
15 Nm
4)
–  Tighten bolts and nuts in the sequence -1 ... 5-
20 Nm
Emission control
...

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