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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects:

 → Display and indicator lamps  

 → Operating the cruise control system (CCS) 

The cruise control system (CCS) helps to maintain an individual set speed when the vehicle is travelling forwards at speeds of more than approximately 20 km/h (15 mph)1).

The CCS only slows the vehicle by easing off the accelerator, not by actively braking  .

Additional information and warnings:

WARNING

The use of the cruise control system can lead to accidents and serious injuries if traffic does not allow you to drive at a safe distance from the vehicle in front at a constant speed.

1) The mph figure in brackets relates solely to instrument clusters that display distances/speeds in miles.

Cruise control system (CCS)
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Display and indicator lamps
Fig. 160 Instrument cluster display: cruise control (CCS) status display First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings CCS displays Status  : CCS switched off ...

Other materials:

Assembly overview - reversing camera system
1 -  Bolt Qty. 4 2.5 Nm 2 -  Swivel motor Removing and installing → Anchor. 3 -  Connector 4 -  Connector 5  ...

Leak detection in refrigerant circuit using compressed air or nitrogen
  Note A leak in the refrigerant circuit can be detected, for example, by pressurising the circuit to a maximum of 15 bar using cleaned and dried compressed air or nitrogen → Chapter. If the leak is large, the leakage point ...

Distribution of the refrigerant circuit components and their influence on the high-pressure and low-pressure sides
On the high-pressure side, there are the condenser, the receiver and the restrictor or expansion valve that acts as the separation between the high-pressure fluid and low-pressure fluid sides. High pressure is created because the restric ...

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