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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing evaporator temperature sensor -G308-, LHD vehicles

Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual / Heating, air conditioning / Air conditioner / Front heater and air conditioning unit / Removing and installing evaporator temperature sensor -G308-, LHD vehicles

Special tools and workshop equipment required
   
Removal wedge -3409-
  Note
Only vehicles with air conditioning system; on vehicles with heater, opening in heater is sealed off.
Removing
–  Remove glove compartment → General body repairs, interior; Rep. gr.68.
 

Removing and installing evaporator temperature sensor -G308-, LHD vehicles

–  Release evaporator temperature sensor -G308- using removal wedge -3409-.
–  Pull evaporator temperature sensor -G308--2- out of the housing.
–  Disconnect electrical connector -1-.
Installing
Install in reverse order.
Specified torques:
Compartments/covers; Assembly overview - glove compartment → General body repairs, interior; Rep. gr.68.
 

Removing and installing evaporator temperature sensor -G308-, LHD vehicles

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  Note There are different designs and makes of heater and air conditioning unit. The individual components of the various heaters and air conditioning u ...

Removing and installing evaporator temperature sensor -G308-, RHD vehicles
Special tools and workshop equipment required     Removal wedge -3409-   Note ...

Other materials:

Checking the coolant level and refilling coolant
Fig. 195 In the engine compartment: mark on the coolant expansion tank Fig. 196 In the engine compartment: coolant expansion tank cap First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings The warning lamp for the engine coolant will light up if the engine coolant leve ...

Run-flat tyres, PAX, inflating tyre
Observe the following important points when inflating the tyre: –  Only inflate after fitting the tyre with valve core installed. Check whether the beads have properly seated at 1 bar. –  ...

Securing child seats using lower anchoring points (ISOFIX, LATCH)
Fig. 78 On vehicle seat: different markings identifying the lower anchoring points for child seats Fig. 79 On the vehicle seat: protective caps for the inner anchoring point First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings Two retaining rings, also known as lower ...

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