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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Electrical components

At some point, you have probably received an electric shock when touching a metal object. This is due to the electrostatic charge accumulated by the human body. This charge can cause malfunctions if you touch the electric steering rack and steering column components.
–  Before working on electrical components, touch an earned object, such as a water pipe or a lifting platform. Do not directly touch connector contacts.
 

Electrical components

Nuts and bolts
Loosen and tighten bolts and securing nuts for covers and housings diagonally. Avoid canting particularly sensitive parts such as comtrol ...

Evaluating accident vehicles
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Other materials:

Sensors
Removing and installing steering angle sender -G85-   Note The steering angle sender -G85- is a component of the steering rack. It cannot be renewed as an individual part. ...

Removing and installing brake servo for vehicles with 1.2 l and 1.4 l petrol engines
  Note If there are problems with the brake servo, first check the brake servo vacuum system → Chapter.     Special tools and workshop equipment required Release tool -T10159 ...

Removing and installing onboard supply control unit -J519-, RHD vehicles
  Note When renewing the control unit, select Renew function for the respective control unit in Guided fault finding or Guided functions mode → Vehicle diagnostic tester. Removing ...

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