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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Connecting vacuum gauge for brake servo -VAS 6721-

Special tools and workshop equipment required
   
Vacuum gauge for brake servo -VAS 6721-
–  Pull vacuum hose out of brake servo.
First press the brake pedal several times in order to facilitate removal of the vacuum hose.
 

Connecting vacuum gauge for brake servo -VAS 6721-

–  Place brake servo vacuum gauge -VAS 6721- between them -see following illustrations-.
 

Connecting vacuum gauge for brake servo -VAS 6721-

Item number Component Explanation
A Cut-off valve In direction of vacuum hose, non-return valve and, if fitted, vacuum pump
B Cut-off valve
Open to facilitate removal of brake servo vacuum gauge -VAS 6721-
Open to simulate a fault source
Connection of manual vacuum pump -VAS 6213-
C Cut-off valve In direction of brake servo
 
     
–  Push hose -A- of brake servo vacuum gauge -VAS 6721- onto vacuum hose and press adapter -C- into brake servo.
 

Connecting vacuum gauge for brake servo -VAS 6721-

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