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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing cover for parking lock

Special tools and workshop equipment required
   
Removal lever -80 - 200-
Removing
Gearbox is installed.
Selector lever positioned in »P«.
Golf, Golf Estate, Golf SV, only diesel engine:
Remove air filter housing → Rep. gr.23.
Continued for all vehicles:
–  Remove battery and battery tray → Electrical system; Rep. gr.27.
 

Removing and installing cover for parking lock

–  Using removal lever -80 - 200-, lever selector lever cable -1- off gearbox selector lever.
Disregard bolts -2-.
 

Removing and installing cover for parking lock

–  Unscrew bolt -3- and detach gearbox selector lever -4-.
–  Unscrew bolts -2- and remove parking lock cover -1-.
Installing
Cover for parking lock must be renewed if seal for selector shaft or seal on cover for parking lock is leaking.
–  Clean sealing surface and cover for parking lock -1-.
–  Fit parking lock cover -1- and screw in bolts -2-.
–  Fit gearbox selector lever -4- and screw in bolt -3-.
Continue installation in reverse order of removal.
–  Install battery and battery tray → Electrical system; Rep. gr.27.
–  Adjust selector lever cable → Chapter.
 

Removing and installing cover for parking lock

Specified torque settings:
 

Removing and installing cover for parking lock

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Removing and installing parking lock
Removing Gearbox is installed.     –  Remove cover for parking lock -1- ...

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