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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Assembly overview - steering wheel

Assembly overview - steering wheel

1 -  Steering column
Removing and installing → Chapter
The centre punch marks -arrows- on the steering wheel and the steering column must align when reinstalling. Some steering columns leave the factory with no centre punch mark. On these steering columns a respective centre punch mark must be made before removing the steering wheel → Chapter.
2 -  Steering wheel
Removing and installing → Chapter
Different versions possible. Refer to → Electronic Parts Catalogue
The centre punch marks -arrows- on the steering wheel and the steering column must align when reinstalling. Some steering columns leave the factory with no centre punch mark. On these steering columns a respective centre punch mark must be made before removing the steering wheel → Chapter.
3 -  Bolt
Renew after removing
30 Nm +90°
Steering wheel
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Removing and installing steering wheel
Special tools and workshop equipment required     Torque wrench -V.A.G 1331- Removin ...

Other materials:

Undercoated areas, body overview indicating differing coat thicknesses
  Note Undercoating (stone-chipping protection) applied during repair work must be identical in appearance and thickness to the original undercoating. Water drainage holes must remain clear. All threaded studs and welded nuts with metric ...

Opening and closing the bonnet
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Drink holders in the rear centre armrest
Fig. 120 Drink holder in rear centre armrest: examples of ways to adjust drink holder for different purposes Fig. 121 Drink holders in the rear centre armrest First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings  To open, fold the centre armrest down. To close ...

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