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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing coolant temperature sender at radiator outlet -G83

Removing
Engine cold
   
–  Briefly open cap of coolant expansion tank -arrow- in order to release residual pressure in the cooling system, then tighten the cap again until it engages.
–  Remove noise insulation → General body repairs, exterior; Rep. gr.66.
 

Removing and installing coolant temperature sender at radiator outlet -G83

–  Disconnect electrical connector -2-.
  Note
Place a cloth underneath to catch escaping coolant.
–  Pull off retaining clip -1- and pull radiator outlet coolant temperature sender -G83- out of connection -3-.
Installing
Installation is carried out in the reverse order; note the following:
  Note
Renew O-ring.
Insert new coolant temperature sender -G62- immediately into connection in order to avoid loss of coolant.
–  Install front noise insulation → General body repairs, exterior; Rep. gr.66.
–  Check coolant level → Anchor.
 

Removing and installing coolant temperature sender at radiator outlet -G83

Removing and installing coolant temperature sender -G62
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