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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Load-through hatch

Fig. 97 In the rear seat backrest: opening the load-through hatch

Fig. 98 In the luggage compartment: opening the load-through hatch

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

A load-through hatch is located on the rear bench seat behind the centre armrest. It can be used to transport long objects, such as skis, inside the vehicle.

To prevent soiling the vehicle interior use an item such as a blanket to wrap any dirty objects before pushing them through the load-through hatch.

Do not use the middle seat on the rear bench seat to transport passengers when the centre armrest is folded down.

Opening the load-through hatch

Closing the load-through hatch

The load-through hatch can also be opened from the luggage compartment. Push down the release lever in the direction of the arrow and push the cover forwards  .

Luggage compartment cover
Fig. 96 In the luggage compartment: removing and installing the luggage compartment cover First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings When attached, the supporting ...

Fastening rings
Fig. 99 In the luggage compartment: fastening rings First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings You will find fastening rings at the front and rear of the luggage ...

Other materials:

Cleaning and caring for the dash panel, wooden trims and plastic parts
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings  Moisten a clean, lint-free cloth with water and clean the parts. Treat plastic parts (inside and outside the vehicle) and the dash panel with a special solvent-free plastic cleaning and care product that has b ...

Sealing and inflating tyres
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warningsSealing a tyre Unscrew the cap from the tyre valve. Use the valve core extractor to screw the valve core out of the tyre valve. Place the core on a clean surface. Shake the tyre filler bottle vigorously up a ...

Flat spots caused by hard braking
  This type of flat spots may be caused by hard braking on a rough surface such as a tarmac road. During this type of braking manoeuvre only a certain area of the tyre is abraded accordingly and therefore causes an imbala ...

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