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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Instrument overview

Fig. 12 Instrument cluster in the dash panel

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

Descriptions of the instruments  :

  1. Rev. counter (running engine speed in revolutions x 1,000 per minute).

    The start of the red zone on the dial indicates the maximum engine speed that may be used in each gear when the engine is warm and after it has been run in properly. You should change up a gear or move the selector lever to D (or lift your foot off the accelerator) before the needle reaches the red zone  .

  2. Coolant temperature display   .
  3. Displays   .
  4. Reset, set and display button   .

  5. Speedometer
  6. Fuel gauge   .

NOTICE

Changing up a gear early will help to save fuel and minimise engine noise.

Introduction
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Displays
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Using the selection menu in the instrument cluster
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Leaks at shock absorbers
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