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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing mounting bracket for backrest release mechanism

Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual / General body repairs, interior / Seat frames / Front seats / Removing and installing mounting bracket for backrest release mechanism

Special tools and workshop equipment required
   
  Special pop rivet pliers -V.A.G 1753B-
  Hand drill
  Safety goggles
Removing
–  Remove backrest cover and backrest padding → Chapter.
–  Remove connecting Bowden cable → Chapter.
  WARNING
Risk of eye injury.
Wear eye protection.
 

Removing and installing mounting bracket for backrest release mechanism

–  Push Bowden cable end-piece -1- in -direction of arrow- off mounting bracket for backrest release mechanism using a screwdriver.
–  Drill out rivet -2- on backrest frame.
–  Remove mounting bracket for backrest release mechanism -3- from backrest frame.
Installing
Installation is carried out in reverse order.
Specified torques
  → Chapter „Assembly overview - front backrest“
  → Chapter „Assembly overview - front seat“
 

Removing and installing mounting bracket for backrest release mechanism

Removing and installing connecting Bowden cable
Removing –  Remove backrest cover and backrest padding → Chapter.     ...

Removing and installing Bowden cable for backrest release
  Note The left and right Bowden cables cannot be renewed individually. Special tools and workshop equipment required ...

Other materials:

Removing and installing rear 3-point seat belt, estate, without belt tensioner
Removing –  Remove bench seat → Chapter. –  Remove rear seat backrest → Chapter. –  Remove D-pillar trim → Chapter. ...

System limits
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Saw-tooth wear
Saw-tooth wear is a stepped wear pattern on the individual tread blocks → Fig. that can cause increased tyre noise. The saw tooth is caused by uneven deformation of the tread blocks in the tyre's contact patch. Saw-tooth wear is more pronounce ...

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