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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing cover cap, for lock cylinder

Removing and installing cover cap, for lock cylinder
  Note
  • When removing lock cylinder cover cap, the screwdriver should not be turned and the screwdriver should not be used as a lever.
  • The lock cylinder and cover cap for lock cylinder are only installed on the driver side
Removing
   

Removing and installing cover cap, for lock cylinder

–  Pull door handle off door.
–  Push a small screwdriver -3- slightly -arrow a- into opening on underside of lock cylinder cover cap.
–  Pull lock cylinder housing cover cap -1-, together with small screwdriver, off door lightly from underside -arrow b-.
–  Push cap upwards off lock cylinder.

 
Installing
   

Removing and installing cover cap, for lock cylinder

–  Pull door handle -1- off door.
–  Push lock cylinder cover cap -2- at a slight angle from above -arrow a- onto lock cylinder.
–  Push lock cylinder cover cap -2- onto door -arrow b- until cover cap engages in lock cylinder.
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