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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Assembly overview - fuel rail with injectors

Assembly overview - fuel rail with injectors

1 -  Fuel pressure sender -G247-
Checking → Chapter
Removing and installing → Chapter
Lubricate taper lightly with clean engine oil; do not lubricate thread
22 Nm
2 -  Fuel rail
Removing and installing → Chapter
3 -  High-pressure pipe
The fuel system is under high pressure.Risk of injury due to fuel which may spurt out.Release high pressure.
→ Chapter
Unions must not show any signs of damage
Do not alter shape
Removing and installing → Chapter
25 Nm
4 -  Bolt
Removing and installing → Chapter
9 Nm
5 -  Support ring
Renew
Fuel rail exerts force which secures injector in cylinder head via this support ring
Clipped to -item 8-
6 -  O-ring
Renew
Lubricate with clean engine oil.
7 -  Spacer ring
Renew if damaged
8 -  Injector
Removing and installing → Chapter „Removing and installing injectors“
9 -  Combustion chamber seal
Do not treat with grease or other lubricant.
Renew → Chapter „Removing and installing injectors“
Injectors
...

Removing and installing fuel rail
Removing The fuel system is under high pressure.Risk of injury due to fuel which may spurt out.Release high pressure. → Chapter ...

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