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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing speed sensor on rear axle -G44-/-G46-, vehicles with front-wheel drive

Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual / Brake system / ABS, ADR, TCS, EDL, ESP / Sensors / Removing and installing speed sensor on rear axle -G44-/-G46-, vehicles with front-wheel drive

  Note
Removal and installation is described for the rear left speed sensor. Removal and installation of the rear right speed sensor is analogous.
   
Rear left speed sensor -G46--1-:
Removing
–  Raise vehicle.
 

Removing and installing speed sensor on rear axle -G44-/-G46-, vehicles with front-wheel drive

–  Disconnect connector -2- from rear left speed sensor -G46-.
–  Unscrew bolt -1- and pull speed sensor out of wheel bearing housing.
Installing
Install in reverse order of removal, observing the following:
–  Clean inside surface of hole before inserting speed sensor.
–  Coat speed sensor all-round with high-temperature paste G 052 112 A3.
Specified torques
→ Chapter „Assembly overview - speed sensor on rear axle, front-wheel drive“
 

Removing and installing speed sensor on rear axle -G44-/-G46-, vehicles with front-wheel drive

Removing and installing speed sensors on front axle -G45-/-G47
  Note Removal and installation is described for the front left speed sensor. Removal and installation of the front right speed sensor is analogous. ...

Removing and installing speed sensor on rear axle -G44-/-G46-, vehicles with four-wheel drive
  Note Removal and installation is described for the rear left speed sensor. Removal and installation of the rear right speed sensor is analogous. ...

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